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  • Carrying Out the Dead, Canchanburi Base Hospital

    Carrying Out the Dead, Canchanburi Base Hospital

    (art) Made by: Thrale, Charles 1943

    Art.IWM ART 15417 91

    image: Two prisoners-of-war carry a stretcher, bearing the dead body of a fellow prisoner, through a hut in a hospital camp in Kanburi, Thailand. Fellow prisoners sitting in the foreground look on, illuminated by a single lamp hanging from the ceiling.

  • In the Jungle: Prisoner with Beri-beri, Siam 1943
verso: Interior of a Prison Hut, Changi, Singapore, March 1942

    In the Jungle: Prisoner with Beri-beri, Siam 1943 verso: Interior of a Prison Hut, Changi, Singapore, March 1942

    (art) Made by: Searle, Ronald William Fordham 1942-03-01

    Art.IWM ART 15747 92

    image recto: A sketch of a Prisoner of War sitting on the edge of a bunk, looking away to his right. He is dressed only in pair of shorts, a small cloth draped around his neck. His legs are beginning to show the characteristic swelling of beri-beri. To...

  • Flooded Huts at Ban Phon, c.1946

    Flooded Huts at Ban Phon, c.1946

    (art) Made by: Meninsky, Philip 1946

    Art.IWM ART LD 6524

    Although it is light and open at the far end, this interior is still distinctly confined and oppressive. The prisoners languish on raft-like platforms above the floodwaters, their existence as fragile as the makeshift hut. Philip Meninsky served in the...

  • Living Quarters, Adam Park Camp, Singapore

    Living Quarters, Adam Park Camp, Singapore

    (art) Made by: Thrale, Charles 1945

    Art.IWM ART 15417 33

    The crowded living quarters of Adam Park Camp, Singapore. Prisoners-of-war sit on the wooden-planked floor of a large building, whilst others sit on bunk beds.

  • First Days in Changi Gaol: Mass Cell No.C1B for Two Hundred Men, May 1944

    First Days in Changi Gaol: Mass Cell No.C1B for Two Hundred Men, May 1944

    (art) Made by: Searle, Ronald William Fordham 1944-05-01

    Art.IWM ART 15747 113

    image: The interior of the construction of the mass cell C1B which housed 200 men. The walls consist of heavily barred openings and a concrete and steel-beamed roof. The floor is covered with men and their belongings.

  • Hut Interior, Changi Prison Camp, Singapore

    Hut Interior, Changi Prison Camp, Singapore

    (art) Made by: Searle, Ronald William Fordham 1942

    Art.IWM ART 15747 57 a

    image: The interior view of a Prisoner of War hut, showing a makeshift table and bed, personal effects stored on the floor and mosquito netting. image verso: Ink and pencil sketches of a man in British Army uniform, shorts held up with a length of rope,...

  • On the Way to the Hell Railway, Siam

    On the Way to the Hell Railway, Siam

    (art) Made by: Thrale, Charles 1943-05

    Art.IWM ART 15417 30

    The interior of a railway truck filled with Far East prisoners-of-war. Men sit and stand, closely packed in the truck. Two men stand either side of the open truck door, through which the passing countryside can be seen.

  • Dysentery Patient, Burma Hospital, Siam

    Dysentery Patient, Burma Hospital, Siam

    (art) Made by: Thrale, Charles 1943

    Art.IWM ART 15417 87

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  • Orderly On His Rounds in X Ward, Changi Gaol, Singapore, With POW's Suffering from Starvation and Beri-Beri

    Orderly On His Rounds in X Ward, Changi Gaol, Singapore, With POW's Suffering from Starvation and Beri-Beri

    (art) Made by: Cole, Leslie 1945

    Art.IWM ART LD 5618

    image: The interior of a sparsely furnished hut with four men sitting on bare board beds in the foreground. To the right stands another man, and a corridor peopled with figures beyond him. All the men are emaciated, though one figure has an incongrously...

  • Appalling Conditions of Ammunition Trucks in which British and Allied POW's had to Travel

    Appalling Conditions of Ammunition Trucks in which British and Allied POW's had to Travel

    (art) Made by: Rawlings, Leo 1943

    Art.IWM ART LD 6032

    The ammunition carriage of a train enclosing a large and tightly-packed group of prisoners of war. The doorway of the carriage is on the left and various bits of equipment are suspended from the ceiling by a line across the carriage.

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