To honour those who served their country

“In this their finest hour”

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The Changi Cross was made by Staff Sergeant Harry Stogden, RAOC, as a prisoner of war in Changi and is used throughout the Roll of honour with a poppy as the centre piece. It is used as a symbol of unity for those who lost their lives in the Far East and is not meant to categorise the prisoners in any religion or faith.

 Sergeant Harry Stogden lost his life 15th September 1945 before reaching home.

 

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A separate database is now available for

Atrocities

Rolls of those who died unnecessarily

 

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Contains information on cemeteries in the Far East

Cemetery and Memorial Rolls

With a roll of those named within

 

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United Kingdom Authority Reports

Civilians

With a roll of those named within

 

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Contains information of passengers and crew trying to escape the Japanese invasion

Evacuation Ships

Compiled by Michael Pether

 

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Contains information on awards granted to Far East personnel

Gallant and distinguished service

Information collated from the London Gazette

 

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Contains information by Australian Tribunal

Escapes

IInformation will be added as research unfolds

 

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A separate database is now available for

Hell Ship Rolls -202

Rolls of prisoners who died within Japanese ships sunk by the Allies

 

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A separate database is now available for

Japanese Homeland Rolls

Rolls of British prisoners who died within the Japanese homeland camps

 

 

Anthea Beckett’s

Java Index

British & Commonwealth POWs held in Java 1942-45

 

 

Contains information on Far East Regiments

Regiments

British & Commonwealth

 

 

Contains information on Ships

Ships

Each has their own page

 

 

Add service personnel to the site memorial

Site Memorial

Each has their own page

 

 

A separate database is now available for

Thailand-Burma Railway

Including

Mergui Road

British, Commonwealth and Dutch POWs

 

 

 

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