W.W. – and Dad made a success of the business, retiring in 1984 to live at Burnham-on-Sea. He was taken to Australia in a RAF bomber and eventually, with a lot of other fepow’s boarded a ship for Esquimalt, Canada. Arrival filmed by British Pathe, Hospital ship, stationed at Hong Kong 1 Sep 45 and Philippines 7 Sep 45. BM 10 BM-10 arrived in Singapore on January 25 1942 with the 44th Indian Infantry brigadegroup (6000 men), vehicles and stores for the 18th division and … But as I got more and more interested in the subject, I went back and included all Far Eastern Commonwealth repatriations that I could find. Sometimes so few PoWs were on board that the papers didn’t mention them. You are not to say anything to anyone until after you have written out your statement and handed it in. My father, WFLocke, 4th Suffolks, service number 5823041 was, as far as I know liberated by the Australians from the last camp on the northern island of Japan. I’m just after as much information and clarity about this as I can get. It is felt certain that now you know the reason for this Order that you will take pains to spare the feelings of others. If he was on a USS ship, it is likely that he would have been transferred off at Pearl Harbour for a Commonwealth ship to Canada. Whereas the British operation was largely finished by the end of November with the stragglers coming in by Feb/Mar/Apr 1946. Most of my initial research has come from newspaper clippings announcing the arrival and/or departure of FEPOW and civilian internees from Singapore and initially I ignored other Far Eastern ports. Singapore's Duty & Tax Import Laws. Ship arrived in Yokahama on 9th Sep, first ship to leave Singapore, 400 men/women all stretcher cases. See end for disclaimers and addendum’s. Usually list-compilers see theirs as the final answer. Well done. PoW’s were then generally required to report to camp for demobilisation and release or sent to hospitals. I have been trying to follow my fathers route of his repatriation from Japan to England. 1939, ending up out in Singapore and then as a POW on the railway. Learn how your comment data is processed. That being said, many PoW had trouble finding work, because jobs were scarce and PoWs were underrated. 23/6/46, Carried wounded POW to San Fransisco 12/12/45. It was to take six weeks to Singapore. Actually thousands of people came to meet the majority of repatriation ships that arrived in October and November 1945. Does your photograph have any more identifying information on it, such as the cruise-line? He said that he travelled across the Rockies by train and that they had a ticker-tape welcome in New York. As such, the East Indies, including Singapore, was a major target for them. It was thought that some of the more seriously ill might not make the lengthy journey through the tropics to the United Kingdom. john wisdom. My paternal grandfather was OIC Troops on the Queen Mary (troopship) for an early trip from NZ to Egypt. My father Ssgt. The year was 1961. Alaunia: In 1914 the Alaunia and the Andania, were used as troop ships carrying Canadian troops across the Atlantic. Relatives were sometimes told to welcome them at camp rather than on the wharf. Posted in National Service, Troop Ship Details | Tagged National Serviceman in the RASC, Singapore April 1952 | 5 Replies Jan 1961 was a very memorable cruise. I hope that this list may be of use to other researchers, one of whom will hopefully enlarge and complete it. With many thanks, Penny Fyall. Occasionally other Allied nations were included on these ships, but generally the Netherlands were responsible for their own citizens in the Dutch East Indies, the french were responsible for french Indo-China, and USA, China, etc for their own citizens. I think we could maybe begin to move on if the Japanese government would only own up and admit they did wrong, apologise and possibly compensate. World War II Troop Ships is a "Fang, Ramses & Rupert " production. The second ship, the City of Sydney, is shown being escorted by two harbor tugs. Send those convoys with empty troopships and it seems doable. Photographic and film evidence depicts thousands waiving flags with bands playing and volunteers readily donating transport and billets. Good luck with your search. Medical staff in some hospitals encouraged the PoWs to talk about their experiences, as they thought it would aid in recovery. Unfortunately Dad slept through the stop and woke up at Taunton. MS Dunera Troop Ship To School Ship Posted on March 28, 2013 by Mike Finding March 25, 2013 And I thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking the story further… thanks E Ross. Hi Ally, I’ve added a bit to dad’s site of his artwork from your site. An old postcard of her. 4oo additional paintings he did as a POW are now on family site http://www.changipowart.com please share if you consider worthy. This morning, I’ve added a few USS ships that were known to be transporting between Japan and Pearl Harbour. Note that personal dairies often contain wrong dates, but nevertheless are an important source of information, and I welcome being told about additional ships/planes that I’ve not mentioned. In 1943 she took part in the Sicily campaign as Command Operations Ship and carried troops for the Salerno landings. A Japanese Navy photograph (extensively highlighted for propaganda effect) showing HMS Prince of Wales at upper left and Repulse beside it slightly close to the camera. Company K of the 28th Infantry Regiment was the first AEF infantry unit to set foot in France. In Singapore the first British Navy cruisers to arrive in the Harbour were the Sussex and Cleopatra along with their minesweepers and destroyers. 5864 returned personnel, POW & internees. Can you view https://changipowart.com/archives/4754 and advise if this is OK or otherwise via family website http://www.changipowart.com The first ship shown is the Australia with many troops on deck, some waving. Some ships also carried German/Austrian/Italian PoWs who were sent to camps in England. FEPOW Repatriation Ships as they arrived October 1945 Embarked: Monowai 8 Singapore Tegelberg 9 Singapore Empire Pride 12 Rangoon Boissevain 12 Rangoon Mooltan 14 Singapore Nieuw Holland 15 Singapore Worcestershire 16 Rangoon Orduna 19 Rangoon Britannic 21 Singapore Sobieski 23 Singapore Georgic 25 Singapore Antenor 27 Singapore Empress of Australia 27 Hong Kong Cilicia … Nov.1960 was bought by the China Navigation Co and renamed KUALA LUMPUR. My father John Joseph Higgins Royal Artillery 944840 was at the fall of Singapore, liberated 02/09/1945 from Burma, we think he arrived in Liverpool in November 1945, we don’t have any photographs of my father when he was a young man, i was wondering if there would be any military photo’s in the army archives and how would we get some copies. He told me a line of German POW’s carried their kit bags off the ship for them. Apart from a few ships mentioned in the table above, most Commonwealth POWs from Japan were evacuated in USS ships to Manilla for transfer to Europe/Australia or Pearl Harbour where they were transferred to Canada. She was sunk off Bougie a few days later. It was a bit of a joke, since he was the highest ranking army officer on board. In general, Australians were sent to hospitals in Moratai and Labuan. It is wretched to hear your grandfather passed away in ’43 before your father came home. Nearly half of these were in Japan itself. Its naval personnel transported prisoners to the bay and onto hospital ships. If your total parcel is valued over 400 SGD, you will likely be subject to a 7% Singapore … Between Jan 3 and Feb 5, 1942 ten convoys arrived at Singapore carrying over 30,000 troops. This was a risky operation considering the August 15th surrender was not formalised until September 2nd, and Allied forces only landed in Japan on August 28th. James Henderson arrived on the Monowai on the 10th October. Mum and Dad were married for 58 years and she passed away in 2003, four years before him. I have a letter from him 23 oct 1945 says just left Hawaii for ESQUIMATEL CANNADA due Friday 26th.. But the majority of repatriated citizens, especially civilian ones, were welcomed at the wharf. The ship was ordered by the British India Steam Navigation Company, from the Barclay Curle shipyard in Glasgow, and when completed she was chartered by the Government to carry troops. An estimated 10 million Chinese were killed by the Japanese invading forces, including entire villages. In the summer of 1915 both the ships were involved in the Gallipoli campaign. Hi all, I have finally published my novel “Her Road From War”. ‘ 11th. English Troop Disembark (1914-1918) Good shots of English / British soldiers disembarking from ship and... British Pathé. I’m sorry, I no longer have time to research individual cases, but have put my existing research online for others to use and expand on. First they were told that hearing the truth would only bring untold misery to those who had lost sons and husbands. Some Br. Was there an older cruise ship named Canberra? On June 26th the landing began with Army stevedores going ashore to prepare for unloading. FUKUOKA 2Y may 45 to aug 45, Sadly died from Lukemia as a result of exposure to radiation ( presumed nagasaki) 1960 leaving wife and 6 children, This was a pretty famous ship (aircraft carrier), as the official surrender took place on her decks, but as she was commissioned in 1945, she did not see much action. If you do a google search with HMS Nelson Convoy Escorts you will find alot of interesting material, Steve (sfm) suggest you ask same question on the MN website, Dim ateb yn well nag ateb anghywir. He caught a train back to Bridgwater and all the we coming party were still there to give him a fantastic welcome home. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Camps like Sime Road in Singapore were renovated and reused as Transit Camps for newly recovered Allied citizens. JINSEN sept 42 to july 43 not to speak about the contemptible horrors they had witnessed when they disembarked. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. My father in law, John/Jack FYALL was from Lee, London, SE 12 and joined the territorials 118th Field Regt, 18th Division on 28.04. Dad had been in Changi. An unidentified destroyer is at lower right (© IWM (HU 2762)). The troops need only be shipped to Burma or Calcutta, ideally the latter so to avoid being cut off when Rangoon falls. My research has primarily been centred on British and Colonial civilian internees. After the Jap surrender he returned via Vancouver & Halifax, he wrote a letter home while on the USS Oconyo bound for Manila. I’d like to add that according to my Great Grandfather’s Changi POW diaries he left Keppel Harbour aboard the Moreton Bay with a ‘covettte escort’ on 13th September at 14:00 hrs, arriving in Madras on the 19th September 1945 at 09:00 hrs. He spent the rest of WW2 in the home guard as area commander. in the letter he says that he was originally taken off (presumably where he was a prisoner in the mines) by the USS SanJuan but does not say where the transfer to the USS Oconyo took place. Dutch Hospital ship with British crew. We can only imagine the stress these parents must have lived under. You know, many people are looking around for this information online, you could help them greatly. In some cases naval vessels were used, and where known I have noted those. British Pathé. Six of the nine armoured troop carriers belonging to Singapore, from a shipment detained at a container terminal, are seen in Hong Kong, China November 24, 2016. Singapore's de minimis value is 400 SGD. Arr Marshal Is. Commonwealth, 94 sick, majority of evacuees from Formosa were recovered by US Forces, 459 British P.O.W., including many from HMS Exeter. I have a telegam dated 27th Oct ” in vancouver due to leave on lizzie (Queen Elisabeth??) 1942 World War II Troop Ship Crossings Crossings - July Through December If you have information about a crossing, please submit your information. I will gladly add in any omissions and am also happy to make corrections, with proof. Hi Ally, my Dad Eric Barnes an Argyll and Sutherland Highlander liberated from Japan completed his final leg of the journey home from New York to Southampton on the Queen Mary… he arrived on Nov 7th 45…. The most easily accessed camps, in places like Singapore were evacuated first. As he states that he was bound for Manila I am assuming that he was transferred to the HMS Implacable which you show left Manila 3 Oct 1945. Thank you for alerting me to USS Oconto. Eventually through another researcher (now a dear friend) a 1950s magazine clipping was found commenting on a named Argyll in a NZ Hospital….and a picture of him with a highland looking cattle. To access these you will need to pay the subscription of 8.95 for a month. Once in Egypt, he tried to abscond so that the ship would leave without him and the NZ Army would be forced to make use of him in Egypt. My Aunt worked in the war office and was able to let my Mother know he was on his way home. Hi thank you for this record. I have had a web site crash early 2018 and my backup was six months old. Hi, there were eventually 7 main camps in Japan, Fukuoko #1 being one of them. In any event, the ships arrived in Singapore on 2 December 1941 and were redesignated Force Z. You have provided vital information never seen before…..at least by my eyes. I think he was possibly shipped to Sanfranciso but can’t be certain. The list is focused solely on British Commonwealth repatriation of PoW and Internees. Dutch and french recoveries ran into their own problems and many had to wait months for repatriation. That is just what will happen to the families of your comrades who died in that way if you start talking to all and sundry about your experiences. For Edwards, as with all the troops, life on the ship was a new experience for them and I would imagine it embodied much of what they had envisioned the war to be. He was held prisoner in tiouksu#2/6, Kinkaseki and Kukutsu camps. He got home I think in late October 1946. Shows the departure from San Francisco of two troop ships, the S.S. Australia and the S.S. City of Sydney, bound for Manila during the Spanish-American War. From Halifax my father nether did relate which ship he had from there but I have been told that he most probably embarked on the Queen Elizabeth to Southampton but I see that the Iie de France sailed 4 days earlier so he could have been on that one. Many thanks There are two troop ships that you hear very little about, they were Empire Parkston and the Wansbeck, these were known as ST's (sick tubs). Keith Bettany. The reason given was two-fold. I see from your list that the Monowai arrived on the 8th October, I have been looking at the wrong date. Then I can work on ships. I wonder whether there are any local, London resources available, which might give me further information regarding his situation? I know he was was on the Nishu Maru to Singapore, not sure of the ship to Borneo or back to Bangalore after liberation. Having received my dad’s records from Royal Navy navy command under remarks/comments states Lent to Antenor I now know that he arrived back in Liverpool 27 / 10 / 1945 after being flown from Sumatra where he was a POW of to Singapore, many thanks! Built in 1921 with a gross tonnage of 16,280 and named Cameronia. As an Infantry Landing Ship she carried 1 Surreys from Greenock to North Africa for the 1 st Army landings in November 1942. "According to our [U. S. National Archives] records, in 1951 the Department of the Army destroyed all passenger lists, manifests, logs of vessels, and troop movement files of United States Army Transports for World War II." Southampton - Capetown - Australia sailings were started in 1853 and the opening of Suez Canal in 1869 shortened the journey times considerably. You also mentioned USS San Juan (CL-54) a light cruiser, which also arrived in Tokyo Harbour on 29 Aug 1945. It is available on Amazon in both paperback and kindle. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Countries sometimes have a "de minimis value", where if you ship a parcel that falls under that value, you don't have to pay taxes on those purchases. As outlaying camps were discovered and relieved, the prisoners were sent to larger areas, such as Singapore and Manila. Click here to view a site map. PoW’s on some British repatriation ships, eg: HMNZS Monowai, were warned by the O.C. It was decided very early on, that the ex-prisoners were in no condition for long flights to the United Kingdom. I have not included these unless they had at least one known PoW or civilian internee on board. If anyone has an interest in the CoFEPOW organisation from West Sussex / South London, please get in touch. It is not known exactly how many Allied civilian internees were captured because records were either not kept or were destroyed. Regards Mal, Hi Ally,firstly thanks for putting this list together i would like to add that Nieuw holland sailed from singapore to liverpool 15/9/45 via colombo,suez,port said,gibralter my fathers diary says arriveduk 16/10/45but i expect that was when they dissembarked JavaScript is disabled. Troops will join Maunganui, 321 most serious cases (6 died enroute). I only know that he said in around 1963 ‘when I was at New Zealand there was nothing much there’. Janice. many thanks Presumably back to Britain. The camaraderie, the new sights and the thrill of seeing the surrounding warships in action must have been as exciting as they had hoped. Troops destined for Singapore (and therefore a dreadful fate at the hands of the Japanese) were in ships detached after Durban from the main body and sent direct to Singapore in a series of three convoys designated DM (Durban Military). It’s all so terribly sad. Once they had cleared a path, the first convoy came alongside Keppel wharves on Wednesday 5th September 1945 … If you have not been lucky enough to have been recovered and died any form of unpleasant death at the hands of the Japanese you would not have wished your family and friends to have been harrowed by lurid details of that death in the sensational press. I will be doing a proper launch in the new year (2017), but for now if you wish to get in some Christmas reading, the prices have been kept deliberately low for those who are most interested to get in first. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. We were under heavy bombardment when we left and supposedly, from what I hear, we were the last ship that made it out of Singapore before it fell. While this is dry reading, I found it fascinating. The list of ships below includes ships for which information can be found in the timetables/sailing lists or other publications shown on this website. Nid oes dim yn ddall fel rhai nad ydynt yn dymuno gweld, is this the "Nelson" referred to? I think my Dad was on the earlier boats, but he recounts that he came to London by train then he took the bus home from Balham, after jumping in a taxi that was going there. Would you have any info of my Grandfather Fred Painter who was a driver/gunner in the 5th Rgt Royal Artillery. Others were huge, such as Tjihapit in Java which held 14,000 prisoners. This is the ship that brought me to Singapore When we got to Singapore, we were told the dockers were on strike for more pay. On the fifteenth he wrote General Wavell, Commander-in-Chief of ABDACOM (American-British-Dutch-Australian Command), about Singapore. Some were nothing more than a camp at the side of a river or were hidden deep in the jungle. Many were located adjacent to potential RAF targets. The fall of Singapore was one of the greatest embarrassments the British ever had because they had 125,000 troops there and … I was hoping to find the list of ships, I know they are on the memorial plinth at Liverpool, and it’s nice to know there is film footage. Recovering the thousands of Australian citizens was the responsibility of the Australian Government, but coordinated by the local RAPWI authorities (Recovery of Allied Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees.) 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