British Prisoners' Death Camp Odyssey

McGlynn, John F.
October 2001
Military History;Oct2001, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p30
Interviews Doctor J. Frank Pantridge about his experiences in British prisoners' death camp in Singapore after his fellow British comrades who defended Singapore were asked to surrender to the Japanese forces during the Second World War. His assignment after arrival in Singapore; Role of the British army's Gordon Highlanders in defending Singapore; Event after the news of the loss of the British battleship, Prince of Wales.


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