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LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES RELATING TO BORNEO PRISONERS OF WAR

The following is a list of known websites, either specifically about Borneo POWs, or where there is content referring to Borneo POWs. Please do advise the webmaster of any additional websites that may be of interest.

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Lynette Ramsay Silver Website
Author and Historian Lynette Ramsay Silver's website that provides information on tours to Borneo, purchasing of her books, POW records, her ongoing projects (including the Sandakan Memorial Window Project) and her contact details.

Sandakan - Ranau Death March
Details on the Sandakan - Ranau Death March Tours, Kundasang War Memorial in Pictures and Tour Photo Galleries

Welcome to SabahMemorials.Com
Photographs of the Sabah Memorials in Borneo, Malaysia

Laden, Fevered, Starved
Online version of D.V.A. Publication Laden, Fevered, Starved

Atrocities Sandakan
Roll of Honour - Britain at War - Site Management Ron Taylor of FEPOW Community

Prisoners Of War Of The Japanese 1942-45
Research & Articles by Lt. Col. Peter Winstanley OAM RFD (Retired), JP which includes many great articles, sketches and photographs relating to POWs

Sandakan
Digger History Website with an article specifically relating to Sandakan

Lest We Forget
Website produced by Sabah Tourism on Sandakan, Ranau, St Michael's Church, Kundasang War Memorial and Petagas Memorial Garden

Sandakan
Article on Sandakan - Far Eastern Heroes Website - compiled by Ron Taylor

COFEPOW  - The Children (& Families) of the Far East Prisoners of War
Website contains various articles relating to Borneo POWs

UNIT WEBSITES:

2/18th Battalion (A.I.F) Association Website
Official website for the Battalion - where over 155 members were to die as POWs in Borneo

The Malayan Volunteers Group Website
One of the aims of this website is to raise historical awareness of the Volunteer Forces and to gain recognition for their unique role in the Malayan Campaign and in Captivity in WW2. Many of the volunteers were E Force POWs at Kuching and Labuan

The Official 2/26th Battalion Website
Official website for the Battalion - many of their members were to die as POWs in Borneo

2/15 Field Regiment A.I.F. Association Website
Official website - many of their members were to die as POWs in Borneo

2/30th Battalion A.I.F. Association Website
Official website for the Battalion - many of their members were to die as POWs in Borneo


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