Singapore Diary: The Hidden Journal of Captain R. M. Horner
Ronald Horner was born in St Albans, Herts.He was called up in February 1940 and disembarked in Singapore in January 1942 and became a POW at the capitulation on 15 February.He was initially in India Lines Changi, proceeded to Thailand on loan to Japanese Thailand Administration and returned to Singapore on completion of the railway, first to Sime Road and latterly to Changi Gaol.He returned to the UK in 1945.His main interests were cricket, rugby, and charitable works.
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