Automedon - The Ship Which Doomed A Colony - On November 11 1940, whilst steaming in the Indian Ocean, Automedon was attacked by the German raider, Atlantis. The Automedon carried the latest appreciation of the Military strength of the Empire in the Far East.
A Preliminary Review of Studies of Japanese Biological Warfare Unit 731 in the United States by Tien-wei Wu - In the midst of continuous denial by important members of the Japanese government individually or collectively that Japan was an aggressor in World War II, the planned exhibition of the Smithsonian Institute to commemorate the end of WWII in Asia has turned into an unusually fervid debate, with which an interest in discussing and writing on Japan's wartime atrocities has been aroused.
Buried WWII Treasures in the Philippines by Tony Wells - Because the Japanese General, Yamashita Tomoyuke (a.k.a.-The Tiger of Malaya), was in command of the Philippines when it was invaded by the Americans, these hidden treasures have become known as Yamashita's Gold or the Tiger's Gold. Shortly following the end of World War II, Yamashita was tried for war crimes and hung in the Philippines. He never disclosed any of the secret locations of Asia's buried looted war treasures.
Churchill - Hero, Psychopath or Liar ?? - This questions concerning Churchill have been posed many times, was he really as good or as bad as suggested, I wonder what the true definition would be if all the truth was to be told.
Col. Wild and Rev. Duckworth - Colonel Wild. and Reverend Noel Duckworth, the Padre, who was Wilds second in command, between them they saved many lives, including that of James Bradley who escaped. Wild and Duckworth kept his absence away from the Japs for several days. No medals or thanks was ever handed to either musketeers
Comfort Women, Tokyo Kaleidoscope, June 7 - Still they Continue to Lie and Cheat. "I don't believe that you didn't receive any money." The abusive language of an Japanese LDP member against a protesting former comfort woman.
Fepow Memorial in Camden - There are no memorials to men like Ernie and Lewis and their friends who died in the Japanese Labour camps, which is why former mayor, Councillor Roger Robinson, is trying to raise £5,000 to put a memorial in Camden.
Japanese Killings Fields - A list of all Japanese atrocities
Malaya 7th - 15th January 1942 - I have received a number of letters asking for information concerning my journey to Malaya five years ago when I was trying to trace or locate several men who were killed during the period 7th to 15th January 1942.
Pearl Harbor, Mother of all Conspiracies by Mark Wiley - President Roosevelt (FDR) provoked the attack, knew about it in advance and covered up his failure to warn the Hawaiian commanders. FDR needed the attack to sucker Hitler to declare war, since the public and Congress were overwhelmingly against entering the war in Europe. It was his backdoor to war.
Percival’s Report - On his return to England after the war, General Percival was requested to provide a report on the war in Malaya and Singapore, Most of his report was published in Hansard. In 1948 he was induced to have the bulk of his report published.
Sado Island Entombment - Here is the true story concerning the mass murder of 387 British and Allied prisoners of war by entombment. Taken from captain Godwin's War Criminals investigation office file. 125 M which the captain was ordered by general MackArthur to destroy in 1948.
Sinking of the Lisbon Maru, 1st October 1942 - The sinking of the Lisbon Maru has created many discussions, and I have also received several letters from the relatives of men who were on board when she was sunk by an American submarine.
The Ouija Board - Occasionally we hear about unexplained happenings in the past. Ships, Aeroplane's, and people disappearing without trace or reason, and no one seems to be able to supply an answer. As a former prisoner of the Japanese, after the fall of Singapore, I can recall a similar experience in which up to a point I was involved, and to which I would appreciate help from anyone in trying to find an answer.
The Train - A brief but true story. Work on the death railway in Thailand had been completed by November 1943, and it was used by the Japanese to ferry supplies and reserves into Burma.
War in Malaya - Here is a first edition of the true story about the war in Singapore and Malaya.