|Place||Asia: Japan, Osaka|
|Object type||Black & white, Landscape|
|Physical description||Black & white, Landscape|
|Place made||Japan: Osaka|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Informal group portrait of Australian prisoners of war (POWs) at the Notogawa Camp near Osaka ...
Informal group portrait of Australian prisoners of war (POWs) at the Notogawa Camp near Osaka after the Japanese surrender. The men, on their bunks suffered malnutrition and considerable loss of weight. Identified from left to right: WX16448 Private (Pte) Albert Wilfred Lance Park, 2/4 Machine Gun Battalion from Claremont, Western Australia; NX26633 Gunner Thomas Reginald O'Mullane, 2/15 Field Regiment from Brighton-Le-Sands, NSW; VX56893 Sapper Ernest Victor Smith, 8th Australian Division Mobile Laundry and Forward Reconnaissance Unit from Koondrook, Vic; and NX47523 Pte Arthur Kelso Power, 2/30th Battalion from Kyogle, NSW.