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Researching FEPOW History (RFH) was established in 2005 with the aim of organising biennial conferences to aid those who are researching the experiences of ex-Far Eastern prisoners of war or civilian internees.
The organising team comprises seven FEPOW researchers. Our aim is to share FEPOW history, information and research as widely as possible. We are independent, affiliated to no specific organization or group, but in touch with as many as possible worldwide. We invite world renowned historians, authors and researchers to present their work to as wide an audience as possible.Details about past and future conferences and the range of speakers we have attracted to speak at our conferences are available here…
For an overview of the work of the Researching FEPOW History group, click here (305kb PDF).
"...the Researching FEPOW History Conference plays an extremely important role in maintaining an interest in FEPOW history, encouraging good quality academic research and fulfils the duty of acknowledging and appreciating the men and the sacrifice that was made by the FEPOWs and ex-internees."
Mr Jeya Ayadurai
Director of the Changi Museum, Singapore