The Immortal memorial to all P.O.W. of Japanese whether they lived or died

CharlesThrale.0132These words and paintings are from

The Charles Thrale Exhibition

 ‘The Valleys of the Shadow of Death’

Proceeds went to Campaign Against World Poverty it opened in London in January 1946.
H.M. the Queen Mary and the Earl and Countess of Athlone and Lord Rowallan were among the many people who saw it
Field Marshal the Viscount Montgomery of Alamein said this was a fine pictorial record, portraying so poignantly the hardships of life in Japanese prisoner of war camps.
Lord Mountbatten visited the Exhibation in 1961.



The end of a day’s march

Inside the Mosque

British Cemetery, Singapore

The Java Lines Singapore

Transport in Changi

The Dreaded Temple Hill Detention Barracks

No Escape Incident

On the Way to the Hell Railway, Siam

Carrying out the dead, Canchanburi Base Hospital

Building the Bridge over the Salween River

Burning the Cholera Dead

The Mind of a Prisoner of War

Base Hospital, Canchanburi

Japanese Guardroom

Major Fagan and the Operating Theatre

Changi Gaol, Singapore

Inside Changi Jail, Prisoners lying on the grid

Church of England Service in one of the Court-Yards, Changi Gaol

The Funk Holes of Singapore



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