P.O.W. the monthly newsletter of the Australian Prisoners of War Relatives Association

Call Number
FERG/4550
Created/Published
Sydney : The Association, 1942-
Issue
No. 43
Images
16
View Catalogue

Contents

P. O. W. 1
OVER ELEVEN HUNDRED REPATRIATED P.O.W. REACH SYDNEY BY ONE SHIP Many Interesting Stories from Men Who Escaped from Stalagluft III. and Others Who Were Lined Up to be Shot But Were Reprieved at the Last Minute 1 , 2
MESSAGE FROM ZENTSUJI 1
LETTERS FROM JAPAN Tokio No. – Camp (previously in No. 1) 2
Fukuoka 2
Osaka 2 , 3
Zentsuji 3
GRIM STORIES OF GERMAN BRUTALITY Most of the Australian Repatriated P.O.W. Who Returned on 23rd July Were Taken in the Last Days of the Campaign in Greece and Crete. 3
Osaka 3
CABLE FROM I.R.C., GENEVA 3
TEA AND SUGAR 3
EDITORIAL THE FINAL STAGES 4
A DANGER 4
MRS. MARY BARRINGTON 4
VICTORIAN BRANCH NEWS Mr. E. V. Britnell Appointed Secretary 4
8th DIVISION AUXILIARY 4
Remain a Member! 4
CORRESPONDENCE OPTION OF DISCHARGE EX-PRISONERS OF WAR 5
ALTERNATE ROUTE FOR MAIL TO P.O.W. IN JAPANESE HANDS 5
AN APPRECIATION 5
BROADCASTS 5
SUBSCRIPTIONS 5
REPATRIATED P.O.W. FROM EUROPE 5
LETTERS FROM MALAYA, BORNEO, THAILAND, SUMATRA AND JAVA Malaya 6
Borneo 6
Thailand 6
Sumatra 6
Java 6
I.R.C.C. DELEGATES LEAVE FOR TOKYO 6
WELCOME TO A POPULAR MATE 6
FORMOSA P.O.W. GO NORTH Some Moved to Mukden 6
NOT YET READY TO RETURN 7
LACK OF SHIPPING DELAYS REPATRIATES 7
VICTORIAN BRANCH QUARTERLY MEETING Report of Proceedings at Quarterly Meeting Held in the Assembly Hall, 156 Collins Street, Melbourne, on Wednesday, 11th July, at 8 p.m. 7
HINTS ON FEEDING P.O.W. 7
SOME EXTRACTS FROM THE STORY OF A P.O.W. LIBERATED FROM THE JAPS 8
JAPANESE VIEW OF SURRENDER 8
Japan Will Permit Neutrals to See P.O.W. Camps 8
PROTECTION OF EX-SERVICEMEN 8
MURDERED P.O.W. REVENGED 8
REPORT ON KOREA CAMP 9
TOKYO MAIN CAMP (OMORI) 9
Supplies for the Blinded 9
SOME OF THE EFFORTS MADE TO HELP P.O.W. IN THE HANDS OF THE JAPANESE 9
THE DEVOTION TO DUTY OF DELEGATES OF THE INTERNATIONAL RED CROSS COMMITTEE 10
WHY NO RELIEF PARCELS? 10
JAPS’ HARSH TREATMENT P.O.W. in Borneo 10
FUKUOKA CAMPS 10
BURMA, THE FLYING SPRINGBOARD British Airfield Engineers Build a New Field Every 2½ Days 11
TOTAL P.O.W. FIGURES 11
HOSPITAL SHIP “ARSENAL” Treachery of Japanese 11
EXPERIENCES OF A PRISONER IN SIAM The Story of a Sherwood Forester 12 , 13
Japanese Censors 13
NEWS DIGEST For Released Prisoners of War 14
LAY “PADRE” IN PRISON CAMP 14
P.O.W. MAIL 14
CONDITIONS IN JAVA CAMPS Allied M.O. s Mainly Responsible for Somewhat Improved Conditions” 14
Relief in Thailand 14
LIFTING THE CURTAIN ON JAPAN An Interesting Article on Customs and Beliefs 15
AIRMAIL TO P.O.W. IN JAPANESE HANDS 15
Vitamins for the Far East 15
ENQUIRIES 16
ENGAGEMENT 16
UNDELIVERED CARDS WRITTEN BY P.O.W. IN JAPANESE HANDS 16
U.S. REPORT ON P.O.W. IN JAP. HANDS 16

Text

Cite

Citation options:
Work identifier

http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2812960623

APA citation

Australian Prisoners of War Relatives Association. (1942). P.O.W. the monthly newsletter of the Australian Prisoners of War Relatives Association Retrieved May 25, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2812960623

MLA citation

Australian Prisoners of War Relatives Association. P.O.W. the monthly newsletter of the Australian Prisoners of War Relatives Association Sydney: The Association, 1942. Web. 25 May 2022 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2812960623>

Harvard/Australian citation

Australian Prisoners of War Relatives Association. 1942, P.O.W. the monthly newsletter of the Australian Prisoners of War Relatives Association The Association, Sydney viewed 25 May 2022 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2812960623

Wikipedia citation

{{Citation
  | author1=Australian Prisoners of War Relatives Association.
  | title=P.O.W. the monthly newsletter of the Australian Prisoners of War Relatives Association
  | year=1942
  | section=no. : ill. ; 32 cm.
  | issue=No. 43
  | location=Sydney
  | publisher=The Association
  | url=http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2812960623
  | id=nla.obj-2812960623
  | access-date=25 May 2022
  | via=Trove
}}

Citations are automatically generated and may require some modification to conform to exact standards.

Download

Select the images you want to download, or the whole document.

Available formats
TIF high resolution
Include
All
Current

Or select a range of images:

Order

You can order a copy of this work from Copies Direct.

Copies Direct supplies reproductions of collection material for a fee. This service is offered by the National Library of Australia

Include

Or select a range of images:

Share

Share on Twitter

Share on Facebook

What can I do with this?

Copyright varies by issue and article

Reason for copyright status
Serials have an open range of dates.

Copyright varies with each issue and article. You may have full rights to copy, or may be able to copy only under some circumstances, for example a portion for research or study. Order a copy where circumstances allow or Contact us for further information.

Copyright status was determined using the following information:

Material type
Literary Dramatic Musical

Copyright status may not be correct if data in the record is incomplete or inaccurate. Other access conditions may also apply.

For more information please see: Copyright in library collections.