Timor - fictionalised writing of true events

      Sandra - I am writing a fictionalised account of Murray Jobling's experiences.
      At the moment I need to know what the vegetation was like in Dutch Timor - what the camp was like - how prisoners treated each other - the Japanese and the natives. All help would be appreciated.

      The major stops in the writing journey are Timor, to Java, to the hell ship Tomohoku Maru, and then to camp 14 at Fukuoka.

      Continued from POW in Nagasaki - Diary of Eric Murray Jobling

      Ron - There are some more pictures added to the Religious pages.


      under Java and Indonesia Camps.

      I have never seen these before, they have their own beauty, sent by post all the way from USA, by Capt. George Duffy.

      These two are of camps in Timor

      Thanks George


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