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The HKVCA has provided the following links to further understanding about the experiences Canadian soldiers had in service to their country. The HKVCA is not responsible for content, and does not review these sites for accuracy or currency
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Government of Canada Hong Kong site - use the search service and search for "battle of hong kong" to find information on activities related to the Battle of Hong Kong.
Center for Research - Allied POWs under the Japanese (Roger Mansell,
"Site for the detailed study of Guam and ALL Allied POWS used as SLAVES by the Japanese in World War II." If you are a military historian, you must visit this site.
Hong Kong War Diary - Author Tony Banham's web site and blog.
The Memory Project - Digital Archive, featuring interviews with Hong Kong Veterans. Quote from the web site: "
Researching FEPOW History - Established in 2005 with the aim of organising biennial conferences to aid those who are researching the experiences of ex-Far Eastern prisoners of war or civilian internees.
Crown Wine Cellars - how an ammunition bunker at "Little Hong Kong" became a wine cellar (multiple pages).
Last Post Fund - The Last Post Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring that no veteran is denied a dignified funeral and burial due to insufficient funds.
Far East Prisoners of War Memorial Church - The church is intended as a tribute to POWs who were interned the far east, and was established by a Roman Catholic priest who had himself been a Japanese POW for 3 ˝ years. The church commemorates all FE POWs, regardless of religion, race or country of origin.The Descendants Group an Auxiliary of the American Defenders of Bataan & Corregidor - "Our mission is to preserve and perpetuate the story of the men and women who defended the Philippines and other Allied outposts against overwhelming odds during the first months of World War II in the Pacific and later became prisoners-of-war."
"Forties" WWII POWS by the Japanese - an American emphasis, but worth a visit.
Canada's History - "History is happening right now at Canada's History, where our mission is to make the discovery of our nation's past relevant, engaging, empowering and accessible to all Canadians."
"Lasting Legacy" - Gander Schools account of Sgt Gander