To honour those who served their country

“In this their finest hour”

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Albert Victor Adcock


1916/10/06 - Born London

Son of James and Violet Adcock

Royal Corps Of Signals

5 Field Regiment

Att. Royal Artillery

11th Indian Army


Japanese PoW

1942/02/15 - Captured Singapore

PoW No. M 7264

Japanese Index Card - Side One


Japanese Index Card - Side Two


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1942/10/25 - Transported Oversea in England Maru with  ‘Z’ Party

Commander Lt-Col. E.W.F. Jephson, R.A., 5th Field H.Q.

1942/11/14 - Arrived Keelung, Taiwan

Entrained to Taihoku and marched through the streets of the city, watched by the local civilians, to the Taihoku No. 6 Camp which was about three miles Northeast. Initially the PoWs were from the 5th Field Regiment, R.A. and the 9/11th Indian Division Signals. The main work was building a memorial park and a man-made lake. 74 PoWs died at this camp.

New PoW No. VI 1008

1945/09/06 - Liberated Taiholu, Taiwan



Joseph T Dickmann

USS Joseph T. Dickman

Embarkment No. 1, Camp Serial No. 6321

1945/09/25 - Departed Manilla, Philippines

1945/10/15 - Arrived San Francisco

Queen Elizabeth to Southampton



Mike Adcock

Japanese Transports

KEW:- WO 392/23, WO 345/22, WO 361/1968, WO 361/2068, WO 361/2184, WO 361/2058,


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