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The book is based on 25 years of research as I was Secretary of the Midlands group of FEPOW during that time.
My father who died aged 76 from several forms of cancer, as did many of those who were held captive.
Lots of examples of a British government that had little thought for POWs when they returned from the Far East - including this bill for non-return of an army-issue Greatcoat!
Although Changi is the camp name that many people recognise, it was not the worst one - for example they were allowed to worship and the Changi Cross was a symbol of this.
The book contains evidence related to the capture and confinement of POWs and Internees, work on the Thai-Burma railway, repatriation and the negative way they were treated by UK government on their return.