Australian War Memorial

Australians at War

The Borneo Story - by Borneo POW Relatives Association of Western Australia Inc.

Burma Thailand Railway Memorial Association Inc. (Perth)

Children of Far East Prisoners of War

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

The Department of Veterans Affairs 

Hector Charles Stephens 1912 - 1943 - A member of the 2/29th Battalion escaped capture from the Japanese after the Battle of Muar by living in the Malaya jungle.

Lynette Silver (Historian)  - Lynette Silver is an investigative historian who has carried out detailed  investigations and analyses of the Parit Sulong massacre and the Sandakan Death  Marches and has written books on both events. She has also written a brief account  of the Parit Sulong battle and massacre, the establishment of a memorial and  searches conducted to locate the victims' remains.

This account can be viewed by clicking on Parit Sulong West Malaysia .

For information on The Sandakan-Ranau death marches click on Sandakan Death  Marches.

The National Archives

Office of Australian War Graves

Prisoners of War of the Japanese 1942-1945

POW battalion reunions help with the healing (ABC report) 


RSL Victoria

The Shrine of Remembrance

The State Library of Victoria

The Thai Burma Railway Centre (TBRC) (Thailand)

William (Bill) Young - Sandakan Story - joined the 2/29th Battalion at age 15 years, was captured at the fall of Singapore and was sent to Borneo as part of B Force.

2/18th Battalion A.I.F. Association

2/26th Battalion A.I.F. Association

2/30th Battalion A.I.F. Association