NAMES OF POW CAMPS, HELLSHIPS, & CANADIAN POWS
(Note: As Canadian camp rosters become known, they will be linked below.  Work-in-progress)
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Sham Shui Po Camp
Hong Kong Mainland
Omine Camp
(163 men)
Tatuta Maru Ship
19 Jan 1943
(663 Men)
SS Morningstar or Manryu Maru Ship
15 Aug 1943
(376 men)
Toyama Maru Ship
15 Dec 1943
(98 men)
Note 1:  Camp/ship names, POW totals, and departure dates above are sourced from Charles G. Roland's book Long Night's Journey Into Day, Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2001, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, p. 212.
Note 2:  Asterisks (*) denote an outside link.
Naura Maru Ship
29 Apr 1944
(47 men)
Kawasaki 3D Camp
(499 men)
Omori HQ
Shinagawa Hosp.
Shamitagawa 10B
(50 men)
Ohashi 6B
(250 men)
Sendai
(200 men)
Suwa
(17 men)
Niigata Camp
(276 men)
Oeyama Camp
(100 men)
Narumi Camp
(50 men)
Toyama Camp
(40 men)
Sendai 2 Camp
(47 men)
*
(48 men)
Stanley Prison
Hong Kong Island
(2 women, 1 man)
North Point Camp
Hong Kong Island
- Closed down Sep 1942 -
Bowen Road Hospital
Hong Kong Island
Argyle Street Camp
(Officers)
Hong Kong Mainland
CAMPS IN
HONG KONG
(Patients)
SHIPS CARRYING POWS TO
JAPAN
CAMPS IN
JAPAN
1,978 Canadian men and women went to Hong Kong in 1941
290 battle deaths
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