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Fellowship of War Prisoners

Fellowship of War Prisoners

Mr Lynch talks about prisoners of war.

Final Thought

Final Thought

Mr Lynch talks about how he feels now many years after the war.

Homecoming

Homecoming

Mr Lynch finally arrives in Canada on November 23, 1945.

Treated Like Kings by the Americans

Treated Like Kings by the Americans

Mr Lynch finally makes his way to an American ship to start his journey home with a few pit stops.

Big Boom Coming

Big Boom Coming

Mr Lynch talks about the buzz leading up to the ninth of August 1945, and how the events unfolded.

Labor in Japan

Labor in Japan

Mr Lynch talks about the trip to Japan in the hold of a coal barge and some of the jobs that he and his soldiers performed while in captivity.

Sickness And Death

Sickness And Death

Mr Lynch tells of the death toll and the sickness such as dysentery and malaria.that inflicted the soldiers.

G-String

G-String

Mr Lynch talks about the clothes they wore while they were under capture in Hong Kong.

Captured

Captured

Mr Lynch tells about waiting to be taken prisoner and being mistaken for British.

Word Of Surrender

Word Of Surrender

Mr Lynch tells about the day he got word of the pending surrender and how he felt about it.

Arriving in Hong Kong

Arriving in Hong Kong

Mr Lynch talks about arriving in Hong Kong and where he was located after the Japanese attacked.

The Sadness of War

The Sadness of War

Mr. Marshall speaks about the emotion he feels on Remembrance Day and the importance of remembering the soldiers who remain in the cemeteries overseas and the amount of friends lost during wartime.

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