MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA DR IWAN S.
Dr IWAN ‘S CYBERMUSEUM
THE FIRST INDONESIAN CYBERMUSEUM
MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA PERTAMA DI INDONESIA
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Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA
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The Driwan’s Cybermuseum
(Museum Duniamaya Dr Iwan)
(Driwan Masterpiece Cybermuseum)Showcase:
The Japanese Internering Camp book sketch illustration Collections
The front Cover Sketch
The sketch of Dai Nippon Ship Landing at Tandjong Priok
Last Page (the painter profile)
Frame Two: The Kesilir
1)The sketch of Kesilir bridge over Kali baroe
2) The map of Kesilir at East Java
The Dutch Priest bring to the Kesilir Camp east Java by dai Nippon Military from semarang
3)At Kesilir the priest worked as
,Cutting Coconut tree
,made the bread
,made Nasi goreng
Menumbuk Padi (rice paddle)
Witte Donderdaag(Kemis Putih)
Bruder Kloster at Kesilir
Frame Three :
Bandoeng and Tjimahi
Work at the railway built project
Sketch during Internering(POW camp) at Jogya and Bara
The old “sandal”
In the Djogja Fort
Tjimahi and Baros
This exhibition special for the remam brance of the Catholic priest family which their have been in the interner (prison of War) by the Dai Nippon Military in Java in 1943-1945.Please they send their comment and more infor about them.
THE JAPANESE POW CAMPS
Please look the picture of Japanese Prisoner oF war Below:
Follow the experiences of a group of British, Australian and Dutch women captured in Singapore during 1942. The 1980s captivating drama series portrays the hardship of life in a Japanese Prisoner-of-war camp.
Prisoner of War
An Allied prisoner of war lies weakly on his cot, almost reduced to a bundle
Japanese Prisoner of War Bathing
Featherston prisoner of war camp
Photo of POWs taken in 1945
Extracts from NO SURRENDER
FRAME SEVEN :
THE STORY OF JAPANESE POW CAMPS
22 Oct 1942: 2500 POWs depart Tanjeong Priok (Port of Batavia) on Yoshida Maru.
25 Oct 1942: Arrive Singapore- many depart for Thailand-Burma Railway (Death Railway)
30 Oct 1942: Dainichi Maru departs for Moji
12 Nov 1942: Arrive Takao on Formosa; remain for 3 days
24 Nov 1942: Arrive and anchors off Moji
26 Nov 1942: POWS depart Dainichi in summer clothes
27 Nov 1942-100 British POWS arrive from Singapore on Dainichi Maru. Established as YAHATA Provisional Fukuoka POW CAMP MUKAIJIMA Branch Camp 14 (Fukuoka-14B)
1 Jan 1943– Renamed FUKUOKA POW CAMP MUKAIJIMA Branch Camp
1 Mar 1943-Renamed Fukuoka 11-B
14 Jul 1943– Jurisdictional control transferred to ZENTSUJI POW CAMP
7 Sep 1944- 116 Americans arrive from Philippines on the Noto Maru.
13 Apr 1945– Established as Hiroshima 1-D (formerly ZENTSUJI POW CAMP 1-D)
Aug 1945 Renamed Hiroshima 4-B
12 Sept 1945 Rescue effected; departed on 15th
Short Overview: per Koshi Kobayashi.
|Labor: Shipyard labor
British: All 116 (RAF) arrived Dainichi Maru 27 Nov 1942; previously captured on Java
Americans: 100 came from Noto Maru and arrived 7 Sept 1944, majority of men from theNichols Field Detail; Guam men had arrived at Zentsuji on the Argentina Maru (Jan 1942).
American Roster – Source NARA RG 407 Box 103 plus confirmation of name on photograph; 118 men plus one deceased.
External Link: Japanese school in Mukaishima honors the men of this camp. Developed under the guidance of Koshi Kobayashi. Very detailed and well done. About 1/3rd down the page are group pictures of men on the beach before the rescue.
Picture: Major William O. Dorris accepting the surrender of Japanese Camp Commander
Forbes Diary: Excellent diary detailing Tanagawa and this camp- while known at Fukuoka #11.
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