Sorry, due to rights agreement, we are unable to offer this content in your territory.
By meWATCH Published: 04 Jun 2020 Audio: English
Arthur Titherington was a Prisoner-of-War (POW) during the Japanese Occupation and was interned at Changi Prison for a few weeks. In this clip, he remembered the different ways POWs adapted to imprisonment, including learning when to steal fruits from trees, and making lamps out of cigarette tins and coconuts. To listen to the full interview, go to www.nas.gov.sg/archivesonline/oral_history_interviews/interview/002348
Your account has been logged out.
[Error code: 11] Login Unsuccessful, please retry again. If the problem persists, please contact customer care
Please wait. Processing