This is a collection of articles and stories about the Taiwan POW Camps, the men who were held in them, the Taiwan POW Society and its efforts to tell that story and build memorials to honour those men.
Friends and relatives of 14 American airmen captured and executed by Japanese forces in Taiwan near the end of World War II gathered to honor them yesterday at the site of a notorious Japanese prison where they spent the final months of their lives.
18 YEARS OF RESEARCHING, REMEMBERING and HONOURING THE TAIWAN POWS|
Updated: Thursday January 15, 2015
AT LAST - A LOOK AT THE WAR CRIMINALS' MEMORIALS|
Updated: Saturday December 06, 2014
ALL ASIAN WAR GRAVES PHOTOS AVAILABLE - FREE!|
Updated: Thursday November 27, 2014
THE STORY OF THE BOMBING OF THE ENOURA MARU|
Updated: Friday October 31, 2014
A CARING SAILOR and the “REST OF THE STORY” |
Updated: Sunday October 19, 2014
ANOTHER VALID REASON FOR DROPPING THE ATOMIC BOMBS. . .|
Updated: Tuesday September 23, 2014