From 1942-1945 Some 22,000 Australian Service Personnel Including Seventy One Women Of The Australian Army Nursing Service, Became Prisoners-Of-War Of The Japanese. They were held In Camps In Timor, Java, Sumatra, New Guinea, Ambon, Hainan, Borneo,Singapore And Malaya, Thailand, Burma, Manchuria, Formosa And Japan. Only 14,000 survived those three and a half years after varying experiences at the hands of their asian captors

P.O.W. Prisoners of War Australians under Nippon Hank Nelson, ABC Radio series

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