World War II in the Dutch East Indies After the Dutch surrender to Japanese troops and the handing-over of Java: von Starkenborgh, Dutch Governor-General, and major general Ter Poorten entering a Japanese internment camp - 1942 - Vintage property of
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.
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.