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PersonalitiesThis postcard shows a group of British army Indian prisoners of wars (POWs) walking in the direction of the Cathay Building. Attired in uniforms and boots, the POWs are seen carrying bags or sacks. Date of creation estimated. Title devised by Library staff.
PersonalitiesThis photographic print shows a British prisoner of war (POW) attired in uniform, boots and a hat. The POW is walking along an unidentified road that is lined with barbed wire. He is also carrying on his shoulder, a flag with a Japanese word "俘" on it. A circular stamp...
PersonalitiesThis image shows the back of the postcard, with the text “郵便はがき” printed on it. A note in Japanese is handwritten vertically on the divided back postcard. The postcard was posted by a Japanese officer 伊澤誠次 working in the "Syonan-to Trading Resources Control Co-op" (昭南交易物資統制組合) to his girlfriend in Osaka...
PersonalitiesThis image shows the back of the postcard, with the text “Post Card, Carte Postale” printed on it. A note in Japanese is written vertically by hand, at the bottom of the left column on the divided back postcard. The note mentions the surrender to Japanese forces in February. Date...
Personalities · Great Britain. Royal Air Force. Far East Air ForceThis 1946 photograph (numbered “3667”) shows the defendants walking in a single file into the courtroom, to take their place in the dock. The defendants, Japanese officers and other ranks are on trial for their part in the war crimes during World War II. The war crimes trials are held...
Personalities · Great Britain. Royal Air Force. Far East Air ForceThis 1946 photograph (numbered “3669”) shows the courtroom in session for the war crimes trials, which are held in the Supreme Court, Singapore after the end of World War II. The defendants, seven Japanese officers and other ranks dressed in uniforms are standing in the dock. They are on trial...