I had it for some time and decided to give it to the Australian War Memorial in Canberra Australia.
I was informed that the Australian War Memorial did not have any documentation relating to this particular this unit on Ambon and Hanain Island, and I was pleased to be able to pass it on (Accession Number: PR84/196).
I have read it many times, and it still, well, makes me sad to think that things like this happened during World War II.
I think that you will, and the word is not enjoy, but appreciate, by reading the following, what happened 50 odd years ago, and that we all should take a moment to think of the men who gave their life, returned, and who are still with us, as they didn't deserve what was dealt them.
The original text had some spelling errors that have been corrected, and has been very slightly edited to aid the ease of reading.
ALL content is authentic as recorded by Roy Harris....
LIFE AS A PRISONER-OF-WAR DURING THE 2ND WORLD WAR.