Nagoya 10-B FUSHIKI
(FUSHIKI KAIRIKU UNSO)
TOYAMA-ken, TAKAOKA-shi, NO-machi, TATENO-UE
18 Jun 1945: Established as Nagoya 10-B
4 July 1945: Cronin, Wm., American, dies in accident
26 Jul 1945: Shafi, R., Indian, dies
30 July 1945: Andrews, J.H., (Brit) dies
4 Aug 1945: David, W.C., Australian, dies
15 Aug 1945: Keeler, A., Australian, dies
6 Sep 1945: Rescue Effected
Relief map showing location relative to other camps in area
Satellite- Google Map
Japanese Staff: Pending; picture of Toshio TADA; Keiji NAGAHARA, Chomatsu TAMURA, & Hideo Yoshida
Lonnie C. Merritt Affidavit- details of Cronin's death and action of a German citizen, Scharf, on Guam at start of war.
Lonnie C. Merritt Affidavit #2- regarding Captain Nagahara's brutality & beating of the sick.
Arnett Affidavit- regarding failure of Japs to give Red Cross medicine to camp.
Atwood Affidavit- Regarding the brutality & savagery of Captain Nagahara.
Thompson Rescue summary report
Walker Rescue summary report
Otten testimony (courtesy of Russell Otten)
Many more (17) photos: External link to Wes Injerd's web site
11 Nationalities at camp-pictured above
Departing Camp on rescue day
The men of this camp came from the Osaka Main (Chikko) Camp which was destroyed in an air raid. During the interim, some of the men were temporarily sent to Omori in Tokyo and Tsumori in Osaka.
CBM (USN) Saunders from Guam was camp commander for the Americans. He was assisted by BM (USN) Maloof, also from Guam. We have many more affidavits, etc., that have not been transcribed.
Complete British (30)- does not include the two deaths cited below (Andrews & Keeler)
Partial American rosters (62)- Located RG 331 Box 942; Camp Roster not yet located.
Known: 166 American, 32 Brit, 47 Dutch, 27 Aussies, 1 Irish, 11 Indian, 6 Greek, 2 Chinese, 1 Egytian, 1 Argentinan- Total 294
Deceased: (5) (yy.mm.dd)
Books about this camp
Clem Kathman: "I Was There, Charley" [book link] - Very interesting and well written.
Excellent narrative of this camp and the destruction of Chikko (Osaka Main) by POW Frank Hoeffer of the USS Oahu, Yangtze River Patrol (see page 20)