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Operation Rangoon Jail

Kenneth Pirie MacKenzie

Operation Rangoon Jail

by Kenneth Pirie MacKenzie

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Published by C. Johnson in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Prisoners and prisons, Japanese.,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Medical and sanitary affairs.

  • Edition Notes

    Autobiographical.

    Statementwith a foreword by J. G. Smyth.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD805.J3 M33
    The Physical Object
    Pagination201 p.
    Number of Pages201
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6183749M
    LC Control Number55023508
    OCLC/WorldCa4800967

    Tenko Rangoon Jail book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(2). Panning view of the LCI(L). Crowds of Burmese civilians at Rangoon docks. An amphibious Supermarine Sea Otter flying boat on the Rangoon river. A Fairmile D Class motor gun boat on the river. Crowds of civilians. On a street in Rangoon an Ordnance QF pounder field gun is towed behind a lorry.

    Book review written by Steve Fogden (October ) I have recently finished reading 'No Surrender in Burma' and what a fantastic book it really is. It is the story of Lance Corporal Fred Goode, formerly of the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry and describes his involvement in SSD2, a lesser known Special Forces Operation in   It starts in Rangoon in during the Second Anglo-Burmese War as Sergeant Arthur Bowman, an officer in the East India Company, is sent on a secret mission that ends in abject failure. Disgraced, Bowman ends up a drunk and an opium addict. The book moves from Burma to Victorian London and America’s Wild West.

    Within a week of the Squadron being deployed in operations, on 3rd December , Flying Officer V K Nair failed to return from a recce sortie. He was shot down and imprisoned as a POW in the infamous Rangoon Jail. Nair was fortunate to be liberated from captivity within a few months. Operation Rangoon Jail: Colonel K P Mackenzie: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Author: Colonel K P Mackenzie.


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The plan was first proposed in mid when the Allied South East Asia Command was preparing to reoccupy Burma, but was dropped as the necessary landing craft and other resources were not March however, it was resurrected, as it Location: Rangoon, Burma. Get this from a library.

Operation Rangoon Jail. [Kenneth Pirie MacKenzie] -- The author, a Royal Army Medical Corps Colonel, relates his experiences as a prisoner of the Japanese in Rangoon jail. P.; Operation Rangoon Jail, International Affairs, Vol Issue 2, 1 AprilPagesCite this; Title.

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Presumably, Tom was captured on that day and sent to Rangoon Jail. He never spoke about his time in the camp but did tell his older brother the reason for his severe deafness was due to the constant beatings from the hands of his captors. It was published in Col. Mackenzie’s book entitled Operation Rangoon.

Bill Shepherd. Add to this. Finally, we were taken to Rangoon jail after being locked up in Magwe jail overnight. In the jail we met more men who had earlier been captured.

They were from the West Yorkshire regiment. Operation Rangoon Jail [Col. K.P. Mackenzie R.A.M.C] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Operation Rangoon Jail. From the book, All Quiet on the Irrawaddy, written by Major John 'Tim' Finnerty of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, comes a vivid description of the preparation at Rangoon Jail for a soldier's funeral.

Tim Finnerty had been captured in and became one of the highest ranked NCO's present in the jail during his three year incarceration. Operation Rangoon Jail. Home. Our collections. Books Operation Rangoon Jail.

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(Author) Christopher Johnson (Publisher) Production date Buy Operation Rangoon Jail 1st by Colonel K.P MacKenzie, Brigadier J. Smyth (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1.

Also known as Rangoon Central Prison, Rangoon Jail or Rangoon Central Jail. Wartime History During the Pacific War, a approximately Allied Prisoners Of War (POW) were detained at Rangoon Prison including Americans were held at Moulmein Jail and Rangoon Jail (Burma Camp #5). Buy Operation Rangoon Jail, Oxfam, Col.

Mackenzie. Colonel Mackenzie tells his story as Senior Medical Officer in War-time captivity under the Japanese in Rangoon Jail, following his capture as prisoner-of-war at the Sittang Bridge in the Burma Campaign of He tells of his care and treatment of his fellow prisoners under the squalid conditions of prison life inflicted by the Japanese.

Buy Operation Rangoon Jail (Panther books; no) by Kenneth Pirie Mackenzie (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. "From having miraculously escaped the crash that claimed the lives of his entire B crew, through his capture, interrogation and 21 month imprisonment in Rangoon, Burma, Boyd vividly relays his incredible adventures and experiences as a POW that would have a guiding effect in his distinguished career in the air force, real estate business, and a Mayor of his boyhood s: 1.

Liberated POWs at Rangoon jail, 3 May Major McLeod, a Canadian doctor who served with the Indian Medical Service, inspects one of his patients, Corporal J Usher, whose leg he had to amputate during their captivity.

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Author John Boyd miraculously survives the crash of his B only to be captured, interrogated & held captive in the notorious Rangoon Japanese POW camp for 21 months. This book pays tribute to the incredible perseverance of the human spirit.

It tells of Boyd's experiences as well as the experiences of his fellow prisoners; such as Roy Anthony Pagani, the only man to escape the River Kwai.The rats of Rangoon: the inside story of the fiasco that took place at the end of the war in Burma / Lionel Hudson Leo Cooper London ; Melbourne Australian/Harvard Citation.

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