Allied soldiers captured by the Japanese Imperial Army.
British paratrooper Captain John Killick Capt John Killick, far right of the Field Security Section with German prisoners on the streets of Arnhem September ...
Two Australian soldiers with a Japanese POW in October 1943.
Italian prisoners of war captured by the 3d U.S. Infantry Division, Seventh U.S. Army, in Sicily, waiting in line for water at a prisoner-of-war enclosure, ...
Prisoners taken during the war
1945 - American prisoners, captured by Germans on the "northern front", waiting to be marched to prisoner of war camps.
[Photo] Courtney Whitney, Douglas MacArthur, and Edward Almond aboard AGC Mount McKinley during the Inchon landings, 15 Sep 1950, photo 1 of 2
Digger recounts brutal life in WWII prison camp
Celebrating Victory in the Pacific
German prisoners of war carry their dead comrades for burial to Bréhal (north-western France) cemetery under the watchful eyes of their American guards.
The young and the old: German prisoners of war, mostly boys who were captured
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Two American soldiers teach American nurses how to shoot in Brisbane in 1943
... Members of the 6th Battery
A line of unarmed soldiers disembarking from a ship down a gangway.
As for drinking, US soldiers headed for Australia were told there would be a shortage
Belgium 1940 And The Wehrmacht Are On The Rise - German World War 2 Colour Wallpaper
Tim Bowden's series charts the story of Australian POWs under the Japanese from 1942 to 1945.
US soldiers on the beaches of Aitape, New Guinea 22 April My uncle Kenny Prince was here.
Two soldiers crouching on an incline in jungle terrain. The man on the left is
Five things you probably didn't know about World War II Germany
American soldiers in Charlotte Street, Brisbane, ca. 1942.
Troops of 11th East African Division on the road to Kalewa, Burma, during the
Photo: War story: William Cassidy in 1940. (Supplied by Barrie Cassidy)
Australian Army troops march through Queen St, Brisbane, in May 1942.
Royal Marines from MONAB (Mobile Naval Air Base) 6 & 7, Victory Parade
Roland Moller in Land of Mine
Mr Manning as a 13-year-old cadet in 1937.
Soldiers march in World War I uniforms at an Anzac Day march in Brisbane.
Australian prisoners of war perform forced labour on the Thai-Burma railway 1943 and 1944
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Battle of Brisbane exploded from the enmity between Australian and American soldiers
Informal portrait of 2 soldiers from the 5th ALH, 1534 (Sgt) Roy Barton Richards, MM, Brisbane, Qld lef,t and 1333 (Cpl) Alexander Clark McIndoe, MM, ...
Young American soldier gets his first tattoo, Brisbane, 1943 It wasn't that
Two surrendered Japanese soldiers with a Japanese civilian and two US soldiers on Okinawa. The Japanese soldier on the left is reading a propaganda leaflet.
Brisbane author Ian Townsend knew the story of the firing squad death of Australian child Dickie
The first Americans arrived in Brisbane ...
My father, Doug Beckett, known by his nick name Joe was a POW from 29th of April 1941 till 4th of April 1945. Having been one of the 10,000 soldiers left ...
Japanese prisoners arriving at Brisbane from New Guinea,
Lee Marvin referred to this movie as “junk” and “just a dummy moneymaker”, although he enjoyed the film. The movie has nothing to do with war, he stressed, ...
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Maadi Training Camp, Ronald 2nd from Right.
Australia and the US were allies during the Second World War, though that wasn't always apparent in the relationship between GIs and Diggers.
Mrs Douglas MacArthur, accompanied by shipyard officials and US Army officers, inspects a naval
post traumatic stress disorder in war veterans
T-3 Harry Fukuhara, interrogating a Japanese prisoner-of-war on Aitape
Australia supports US Army nurses'. Captain Jane Clement, US Army, with a
AWAS Staff at Central Bureau
The US Fifth Air Corps orchestra plays for a dance at the the American Red Cross
Brisbane's 'American invasion'
Ayik sits opposite Ayang, holding a deeply emotional gaze. Will forgiveness break his stare? (Look Me In The Eye)
Go For Broke National Education Center - Preserving the Legacy of the Japanese American Veterans of World War II
George Bostock and Luke Carroll in Black Diggers
Ann Marie Galgano is photograph on August 1, 2017 next to a photograph of her
World War II veteran David Manning with his daughter Dawn
David Manning, 93, at home in Ballarat sitting on an armchair with a picture
Prison officer's 'air raid pass', 1940s, Brisbane.
Korea Soldier in German Uniform from http://www.worldwar2database.com/
Recently released Sikh prisoners of war, Brisbane 1944
Head of the Australian Military Forces Thomas Blamey, left, stands with US General Douglas
Among the fascinating contents of the bag, was a old cigar tan of various tarnished
Percival and his party on their way to surrender Singapore to the Japanese.
Jemadar Chint Singh identifying alleged war criminals at Mission Point, New Guinea, in November
Australian troops moved in behind Matilda tanks for a dawn attack on the Japanese held village
Group of Australian soliders during World War I, Harry Turton in photo (possibly second from left in front row, sitting) - left from Cloncurry to arrive at ...
Outdoor portrait of a group of eleven Australian Prisoners of War (POW) at their POW camp at Swinemunde, [now Swinoujscie, Poland].
30 July 1943, Corporal Leslie (Bull) Allen MM, aged 26 of Ballarat
Prisoners of war being evacuated from Ambon
Veteran of the Indian Army Marvin Bunting at the Dawn service at the National War memorial
French child refugee Henri Hemene Tovell (l) known as "Young Digger"
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George Savage, the Australian digger used as a guinea pig in Nazi medical experiments
WWII Division Parade Brisbane 1943
Australian cameraman Neil Davis carrying a wounded Cambodian soldier
Japanese prisoners of war at Kelvin Grove during World War II
Photo at POW Camp Austria 18 .1 .1942
Their Sacrifices Can't Be Forgotten
Battlin' the breeze – Sergeant Frederick Nielsen (USAAF) and Private Sam Brook (Australian). Roy Hodgkinson, 1942. [Crayon drawing 68.2 x 52.6cm, ...
Major General Stewart Smith (left) shakes hands with WWII veteran Bill Corey during a
Irish priest has received more love in Brisbane than anywhere in the world