To honour those who served their country

“In this their finest hour”

Sandakan 002

Sandakan Memorial Park

Formerly the Sandakan POW Camp


    Yesterday is not dead and gone; it's just resting

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Partitions in time; following each other in sequence, they represent the past, the present, and the future.

In this trinity of Time, only yesterday is complete. Today is a blank sheet, while tomorrow, at best, is but a possibility.

Yesterday holds within it the timesheets of the past, the keys for today, and the hopes for tomorrow; which makes it the front runner in this, our trinity of Time.

Yesterday is the only roadmap we have, that has the streets marked in it, and that shows where we have been. At the very least, it can help in plotting life's journey; that is, if we have kept yesterday's map handy.

In life's journey, those who have kept in touch with yesterdays timesheets, will find they have, the where with alls, to make the most out of their trip.

Yesterday is where we have been.

Today is caught up in between

Tomorrow depends on where we have been.

Keep a close eye on yesterday's roadmap, and you won't get lost ........... Enjoy the trip.

by Bill Young

Please select from above menu



“Keeping the Candle Burning”




Britain at War


‘Sandakan - A Conspiracy of Silence’ by Lynette Ramsay Silver

‘The Last March’ by Don Wall

‘Kill the Prisoners’ by Don Wall

‘The Knights of Bushido’ by Lord Russell of Liverpool

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Java Index - Roll of Honour



In Memory of Fred Taylor and John Weedon
Designed and Maintained by Ron Taylor.


To Register please email me as below,
with your details & pictures if you have any.

Email Arthur Lane


Site Management



[Britain at War] [Roll of Honour] [Roll of Honour] [Roll of Honour] [Sandakan]