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From Wayville to Changi. Part 2 of 2
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Creator : Venables, Max, 1922-2009
Source : From Wayville to Changi and beyond
Place Of Creation : Glenelg North, S.Aust.
Publisher : M. Venables
Date of creation : 2002
Format : Book
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Extracts from 'From Wayville to Changi and beyond', compiled and edited by Max Venables, published in 2002. Including; the reminiscences of Changi ex-prisoners of war Max Venables and Bob Markham, a short history of the Ladies Auxiliary Ammunition Sub Park, an illustration of three men operating a rice grinder, several poems written by soldiers about their experiences, and a photograph of L.L. (Mick) O'Connor.

Related names :

Venables, Max, 1922-
Australia. Army. Division, 8th Ammunition Sub Park

Period : 1939-1945
Further reading :

Doyle, John Changi Sydney: ABC Books for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2001

Cochrane, Peter. Australians at War, Sydney: ABC Books for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2001

Johnston, Mark Robert. At the front line : experiences of Australian soldiers in World War II, Cambridge ; Melbourne : Cambridge University Press, 1996

Macdougall, Anthony. Australians at war : a pictorial history, Nobel Park, Vic. : Five Mile Press, 2002

McCormack, Gavan and Nelson, Hank (eds). The Burma-Thailand railway : memory and history, St Leonards, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 1993

Nelson, Hank. Australian prisoners of war, 1941-1945 : Australians in the Pacific War, Canberra, A.C.T. : Dept. of Veterans' Affairs, 2007

Internet links :

Australian War Memorial: Prisoners of War. Encyclopedia. Changi

Anzac Day Commemoration Committee (Queensland) See: History: World War 2

Australia at War

Australia's War 1939-1945 [Information Services Branch of the Office of the Board of Studies NSW for the Commonwealth Department of Veterans' Affairs]

Australian Army History Unit [Department of Defence]: See: History & Battles: History Index [several sections about World War Two]

Australians at War [Department of Veterans' Affairs]

Australian War Memorial See: Australians at War: Australian Military History Overview: Second World War 1939-1945

The World at War See: Articles: Australia's War



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