Signalman C.F. Pike


Royal Signals

January 29th 1946


Dear Sir

Received your letters today and according to your records I was a passenger on a Japanese transport bound for new Guinea on the eighteenth of October 1942. I think the name and number on the letters I received must relate to me as I was the only Pike in the regiment. I was on the list to go and I believe there must have been too many and I was taken off, I went to number four camp in Thailand but not by sea. I travelled up by train and arrived in the camp about the same time as the transport left Singapore, as I already told you I am the only Pike in the regiment, so it must have been me.

C.F. Pike


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