|Measurement||Duration: 6 Minutes|
|Object type||Music, Oral history, Radio show|
|Physical description||sound disc (lacquer); BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION; 78 rpm; mono; 10 inch|
|Date made||20 September 1995|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Item copyright: Status to be assessed
|Copying Provisions||Copy provided for personal non-commercial use|
The work of Lieutenant Colonel Harry W S Jackson investigating the facts behind the Sandakan Death March. Plus recordings of native songs.
Harry Jackson discusses his work investigating the facts behind the Sandakan-Ranau death march in Borneo. The purpose of the exercise was to contact natives who rendered assistance to Australian and British prisoners of war and to obtain additional information regarding the event. There are also recordings of native songs.