Research & Articles by Lt. Col. Peter Winstanley OAM RFD (Retired), JP
Research, Interviews and Articles about the Prisoners Of War of the Japanese who built the Burma to Thailand railway during world war two. Focusing on the doctors and medical staff among the prisoners. Also organised trips to Thailand twice a year.
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Roy Oswald Young- 2/4 Casualty Clearing Station VX42565 – Trained to be Medical Orderly by Nurses- To Singapore on Queen Mary. 90 operations in one night- CCS in Lunatic Asylum in Johore- Work with Motor Ambulance Convoy- Roberts Barracks Allied Hospital- To Burma with “A” Force May 42- at Mergui and Tavoy before railway- Lt Col Coates- Malaraia- 55 Kilo Hospital Camp- Chemists- Amputations- Comparisons of Medical Officers- Nakhon Pathom Hospital Camp- 10,000 patients (actually 8,000)-

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