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A internment camp during the Japanese occupation of the Dutch East Indies.   For more than three years women and children live in the filthy, overcrowded Japanese internment camp Tjideng in a part of Batavia which has been sectioned off.

A internment camp during the Japanese occupation of the Dutch East Indies. For more than three years women and children live in the filthy, overcrowded Japanese internment camp Tjideng in a part of Batavia which has been sectioned off.

Japanse werkkamp Tjideng, Hier zaten Jeroen en zijn moeder.

Japanse werkkamp Tjideng, Hier zaten Jeroen en zijn moeder.

Oorlogsgravenstichting Tjimahi

Oorlogsgravenstichting Tjimahi

This photo of the open area surrounded by the jail cells was taken 5 weeks after the end of the War but before the arrival of British Troops to secure the Camp. Banjoebiroe 10 had turned into a voluntary prison with every family fending for itself.

This photo of the open area surrounded by the jail cells was taken 5 weeks after the end of the War but before the arrival of British Troops to secure the Camp. Banjoebiroe 10 had turned into a voluntary prison with every family fending for itself.

eigen verhaal van een kind uit een Jappenkamp

eigen verhaal van een kind uit een Jappenkamp

Slachtoffers van de japanse concentratiekampen in Nederlands-Indië

Slachtoffers van de japanse concentratiekampen in Nederlands-Indië

Tehuis voor Nederlandsch-Indische bedienden - Haagse Tijden

Tehuis voor Nederlandsch-Indische bedienden - Haagse Tijden

This photo of the open area surrounded by the jail cells was taken 5 weeks after the end of the War but before the arrival of British Troops to secure the Camp. Banjoebiroe 10 had turned into a voluntary prison with every family fending for itself.

This photo of the open area surrounded by the jail cells was taken 5 weeks after the end of the War but before the arrival of British Troops to secure the Camp. Banjoebiroe 10 had turned into a voluntary prison with every family fending for itself.

Barracks in Ambarawa in which Europeans were interned

Barracks in Ambarawa in which Europeans were interned

This is how my aunt remembers the evacuation from the camp. The matrasses were supposed to protect them from gunfire. The children didn't understand, they would cheer whenever the matrasses came down. Some indonesians threw bunches of bananas inside to help feed the hungry people. ~MaryOuma~

This is how my aunt remembers the evacuation from the camp. The matrasses were supposed to protect them from gunfire. The children didn't understand, they would cheer whenever the matrasses came down. Some indonesians threw bunches of bananas inside to help feed the hungry people. ~MaryOuma~

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