This is a collection of articles and stories about the Taiwan POW Camps, the men who were held in them, the Taiwan POW Society and its efforts to tell that story and build memorials to honour those men.
Many people know about the Death Railway and the ‘Bridge on the River Kwai’, but fewer know what happened to the POWs who worked on the railway after its completion in October 1943. Following the linking of the rails at Konkoita, the bulk of the men...
ASIAN WAR GRAVES AND MEMORIAL PHOTOS AVAILABLE - FREE!|
Updated: Tuesday March 28, 2017
20 YEARS OF RESEARCHING, REMEMBERING and HONOURING THE TAIWAN POWS|
Updated: Tuesday March 07, 2017
A FAMILY CONNECTION|
Updated: Monday March 06, 2017
ANOTHER SOURCE FOR FREE WAR GRAVE AND MEMORIAL PHOTOS. . . |
Updated: Saturday February 04, 2017
DEDICATION OF THE AMERICAN AIRMEN’S MEMORIAL - JUNE 20, 2009|
Updated: Sunday January 22, 2017
THE WALL - A VERY SPECIAL PLACE!|
Updated: Thursday January 05, 2017