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The portrait was taken after the Japanese surrender (September 1945).While the Japanese has surrendered, getting to the internees and moving them to safety was a monumental undertaking because of all the camps located throughout Japanese-occupied East Asia and the South Pacific.There is a strong warning in the narrative to learn from the past.This is the over-riding theme in the film, and it is delivered with a strange mixture of very extreme, unrelenting violence, and some pretty maudlin sentiment, thrown in for the mix.Definitely watch it, if you get the chance, but you must have a very strong stomach for such subjects.Figure 1.--Here are two of the Dutch children at the in Tjideng Internment Camp.Put your cursor on the image for details about his book. [Rummel] The Japanese treated the civilians taken in the Dutch and British colonies much more severely than the mostly American civilians taken in the Philippines.The Japanese interned the Dutch military and civilians and both were treated outrageously. It is unclear just why this difference occurred, most likely it was the vageries of individual command decessions.

The Allied loses there left them without the strength to mount continued organized naval resistance to the Japanese in the DEI.

One by one the camps were liberating, but quite a number were still in Japanese hands when Emperor Horohito announced the surrender.

The Americans dropped supplies by air in camps in Japan and China in an effort to get food and medical supplies to POWs and civilian internees before recovery teams could reach them.

The Dutch civilians in the DEI were treated similarly to the POWs, except the Japanese appear refrained to have murdered the civiklians as they did to some POWs, both upon the initial invasion and then at the ebd of the War.

The liberation of the DEI camps was not a uniform or easy process.

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