Internees

Some articles on internees:

Stanley Internment Camp - Escape Attempts
... A number of factors made escape attempts daunting for the internees they would have to navigate through Japanese-occupied territory, find food, and, as ... One group of eight internees escaped on a small boat to neighbouring Macau ... Another group, consisting of two internees, escaped through the New Territories and into mainland China ...
Stanley Internment Camp - Early Repatriations
... On 6 May 1942, the Japanese authorities informed the internees repatriation for the Americans would take place on 15 June ... Japanese treatment of the American internees improved during this period before the actual repatriation took place more and better food was given to them, and they were allowed contacts with Chinese ... The internees came to find out later the interview became war propaganda for the Japanese, in the form of an article claiming that American journalists had complimented the Japanese military and the camp itself ...
Stanley Internment Camp - Compensation
... adult spent in an internment camp, and US$25 per month for child internees ... UK, from 1952 to 1956, about 8,800 British internees, specifically those who normally resided in the UK when the war began, received a sum of ₤48.50 as reparation ... Payments for American and British internees were made from the proceeds of Japanese assets seized per the Treaty of San Francisco ...
Batu Lintang Camp
... unusual in that it housed both Allied prisoners of war (POWs) and civilian internees ... Life in the camp was harsh, with POWs and internees alike forced to endure food shortages, disease and sickness for which scant medicine was made available, forced labour, brutal ... camp population was 2,024, of whom 1,392 were POWs, 395 were male civilian internees and 237 were civilian women and children ...