|Collection type||Digitised Collection|
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Commission Appointed by the Authorities of Sime Read Internment Camp
|Place made||Singapore: Changi|
Second World War, 1939-1945
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Report by Commission Appointed by the Authorities of Sime Read Internment Camp
Report by commission appointed by the Authorities of Sime Read Internment Camp on the treatment of internees arrested by Japanese Military Police at Changi camp on 10 October 1943 as a result of a suspected spy organisation, signed S.N. King, N.S. Aledandra, W.L. Blythe, 3 September 1945.
This record details the living conditions of Changi camp; clothing; food rations; disease; medical facilities; treatment of women prisoners; the torture of prisoners; methods of interrogation; threats directed at prisoners; death rates; execution; and the long lasting impact of the camp on discharged POW's health.