St George’s Mark IV April - September 1945 Changi, Singapore
Outskirts of Singapore February 1942 painting by Des Bettany
The River Kwai
The Changi Cross
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The Changi Cross tells the story of the prisoners, their faith and the cross.
Down to Bedrock includes Eric’s wartime diary and notes. It also includes original drawings by fellow prisoners.