ONE DAY AT A TIME, KINKASEKI
A British POW's account of 1,300 days in a Japanese slave labour camp
Arthur Titherington has led the fight for justice for the treatment of the POW's received at the hands of the Japanese. For over 50 years he has battled to gain a meaningful apology from the Japanese Government and for the compensation for what he and his comrades suffered. Here he details what exactly happened to him during those terrible, terrible years...
"The scars on my body have healed but there remain scars that I am unable to show. Twenty years old when the Japanese took me prisoner. I spent my twenty-first birthday working in the copper mine at Kinkaseki. Almost four years of irrecoverable youth were left in the depths of that mine. I do not forget. I do not forgive.
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