CAPTIVE MEMORIES website [Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine & the FEPOW experience]
CHANGI MUSEUM with the searchable Changi Register of Civilian internees at http://www.changimuseum.sg/civilian-internees-database/#formmm
COMMONWEALTH WAR GRAVES COMMISSION including searchable register
IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM A searchable database includes papers relating to Malaya and Volunteers in WW2
NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF AUSTRALIA website which includes the Western Australia passenger lists 1941-1942 and Malayan Research Bureau POW and internee lists
SINGAPORE NATIONAL ARCHIVES Picas - interesting searchable photo archive
THE THAILAND-BURMA RAILWAY CENTRE [Rod Beattie's Museum]
THE SECOND WORLD WAR EXPERIENCE CENTRE Includes extracts from David Rintoul's diary
STICHTING VERVOLGINGSSCHLACHTOFFERS JAPPENKAMP [Dutch civilian prisoners of the Japanese website which includes English language version]
HONG KONG UNIVERSITY PRESS BOOKS
DAVID WINGATES WEBSITE, featuring his maritime art gallery. Many of the ships are familiar to those who lived in Malaya.
CAPTAIN GEORGE DUFFY'S WEBSITE for interesting background information on the Sumatra Railway
ROGER MANSELL 'POWs IN JAPAN' WEBSITE Details and rosters of POW camps in Japan
LYNETTE RAMSAY-SILVER WEBSITE with Sandakan link
GORDON REIS' SUMATRA CAPTIVITY DIARY and Man family history
SIMON SHELTON-PALMER's WEBSITE Simon's father was in FMSVF Armoured Car Regiment and his grandparents in Changi.
PETER WINSTANLEY'S 'PRISONERS OF WAR OF THE JAPANESE' WEBSITE Australian website, particularly interesting on medical officers.
J.B. DUNNE - A LIFE WELL LIVED Stephanie Hesse's website
DANISH PILOTS IN THE MALAYAN VOLUNTEER AIR FORCE Mikkel Plannthin's website