Mentioned in several diaries as 'Colonel Doughty'. <Read more ...>
Entry in the 1941 Jurors List:
I believe he was one of the bankers originally kept out of Stanley by the Japanese, only entering camp on 16 Jul 1943 (see https://gwulo.com/node/20326). <Read more ...>
Entry in the list of Civilian Internees:
Notes from Rob Woods:
My grandfather was in the Hong Kong Police before being interned at Stanley Camp with my Grandmother, my Dad and his two brothers when the Japanese invaded Hong Kong.
His name is Harold Woods and I believe his nickname was "Timber" Woods.
He played the clarinet and was in the Hong Kong Police Orchestra or Band and their performances were played on the radio i believe.
Notes from 1314: <Read more ...>
Note from EdwardAlder: Norman Railton, employee of Jardine Matheson, Hong Kong(Insurance Dept?), interned in Stanley Camp during Japanese occupation, d Hong Kong ca 1946 <Read more ...>
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