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Victory in the Pacific 75th anniversary: The fall of Singapore, Stan Illig became a prisoner of war

Cassandra Langley
By Cassandra Langley
Updated August 20 2020 - 5:34am, first published 5:26am
JUNGLE TRAINING: Stan Illig underwent jungle training when he first arrived in Singapore.

Robert Illig, whose late father Stan, of Stawell, served in World War II and was a prisoner, working on the infamous Thai-Burma railway, delves into the history of the battle of Singapore.

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Cassandra Langley

Rural and regional story-telling is where my passion lies. Email: cassandra.langley@austcommunitymedia.com.au