British POWs in Nagasaki – War Diary

Posted: April 15, 2016 in Uncategorized

Les Spence was a remarkable man who kept an astonishing journal. For almost four years he risked his life to keep a daily record of hardship, courage and endurance in prison camps run by the Japanese. He and his fellow prisoners faced starvation, disease and cruelty. They kept up their spirits by playing sport, listening […]

via Nagasaki: It was simply astounding, nothing left standing for miles, everything flat and burnt out. — jon kilkade

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