Carl NEPRUD [1889-1976]
In 1913 he joined the Chinese Maritime Customs, a service he remained with until the war.
During the December 1941 hostilities he was a volunteer driver taking first aid to both civilians and military. After the surrender, he continued as a driver for the uninterned medical and health workers so was never in Stanley.
He was repatriated on the Asama Maru/Gripsholm and resumed his work for the Chinese Nationalist authorities in Washington, D. C.
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