Yokohama - formerly Tokyo-02B
Source: desription Wes Injerd
YOKOHAMA-shi, KANAGAWA-ku, HASHIMOTO
Location (Street map) Map (Area) Satellite (Google)
Commonly called "The Yokohama-Mitsubishi Shipyards"
18 Nov 1942: Camp established as Tokyo 02-B Sub Branch Camp (YOKOHAMA)
28 Nov 1942: Men arrive from Nagato Maru
1 Aug 1943: Renamed Tokyo-01-D
13 May 1945: Camp destroyed; POWs known to be transferred to Main Camp (Omori) and Mitsushima.
Camp Layout: Camp layout by Corporal Robert Raymond, USMC. Barracks sketch courtesy of Geoffrey A. Monument, British Army.
Ship yard labor and ship construction.
Americans- Lima Maru (in transit)- ex Manila 20 Sep 1942; Men remained in Taiwan for approximately 2 months then shipped on 15 Nov 1942 to Moji, on the Dainichi Maru
Rosters: Source: Booklet by "Acey" Rudkin, copy supplied by Geoffrey Monument. Camp closed and most Americans sent to Omori- no official roster located. Most British officers moved to Mitsushima after fire bombing. Americans sent either to Omori or Sendai. Extra data added by Center For Research
Commonwealth & Others
Deceased: (External Link)