70 years ago: Hong Kong's wartime diaries
- Submitted by Barbara Anslow on Tue, 2012-01-24 20:55Book / Document:Date(s) of events described:Mon, 20 Apr 1942
Back at hospital office again. Good: feel tiredish but more energetic and ate quite an amount of rice, as also did Mum.
Jack Fancey died early this morning. ((He had spent his last days, cheerfully, on a bed near the verandah on first floor ward of the hospital, overlooking the sea.))
- Submitted by brianwindsoredgar on Thu, 2012-03-01 16:28Book / Document:Date(s) of events described:Mon, 20 Apr 1942
Death of Jack Fancey, aged 24.
A meeting of the British Communal Council notes the formation of the British Women's Group.
Death: Geoffrey Emerson, Hong Kong Internment, 1973, 271
Group: John Stericker, Captive Colony, Chapter V, page 27
Note: Part of today's entry in the Maryknoll Diary reads, Another death, from tuberculosis, in the hospital.
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