Norman Cliff

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- Telegrams - Letters - Confidential reports - etc. ...
- Brief History of Weihsien
- Printer friendly version of Norman's documents (A4 - 69 pages)
- May, 1942: REPORT OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE SITUATION OF AMERICANS
- Bern, November 1942: AMERICAN INTERESTS, FAR EAST.
- Bern, November 1942: AMERICAN INTERESTS, FAR EAST - INTERNEES,
- Chungking, March 1943: FROM: AMEMBASSY CHUNGKING TO: Secretary of State, Washington
- Bern, March 1943: AMERICAN INTERESTS ― CHINA
- Bern, April 1943: AMERICAN INTERESTS - CHINA - Treatment of British Internees.
- Chungking, May 1943: CONCENTRATION CAMPS, OCCUPIED CHINA.
- Chungking, May 1943: Report has come in regarding civilians in China, ...
- Tsingtao, July 1943: CHEFOO ASSEMBLY CENTRE ...
- m/v Grisholm, August 1943: ... AT CHEFOO, IN TEMPLE HILL COMPOUNDS.
- Shantung, November 1943: CIVIL ASSEMBLY CENTRE AT WEIHSIEN
- m/v Gripsholm, November 1943: AMERICAN AND ALLIED NATIONALS At Weihsien, Shantung
- Chungking, Janary 1944: Life of Foreign Internees at Weihsien, Shantung
- Genève, February 1944: civils belges internés au camp de Weihsien
- Bern, March 1944: American Interests - Weihsien - China
- Chungking, June 1944: from Hummel & Tipton
- Chungking, October 1944: Weihsien; Possible Methods of Assisting them.
- Bern, October 1944: Weihsien Camp-HE/sch.
- Bern, November 1944: American Interests ― China
- Bern, May 1945: Swiss representative Egger obtained following list food supplied ...
- Chungking, May 1945: Tipton & Hummel + Commander Wang
- m/v Gripsholm, May, 1945: American Missionary → Weihsien ...
- Bern, June 1945: Transfer of Weihsien civilians ...
- Bern, July 1945: Japanese intentions regarding Weihsien civilians?
- Bern, August 1945: Transfer Weihsien internees ...
- news article, May 1946: Weihsien = "No Jap atrocities!"
- Sptember 1945: Chronological report on "DUCK MISSION"
- Australian Archives ...
- GO TO: "Liberation Day"
- GO TO: "All about Tipton & Hummel's escape" ...
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- Printer friendly version (A4-69-pages)
- Overview of the Weihsien Compound ...
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- Photos from Norman Cliff's scrapbooks ...

- The Paintings & Scketches from Norman Cliff's scrapbooks ... (click & scroll downwards)
- map of Weihsien + a few of the paintings' locations ...
- a farming village which could be seen from the hospital
- GuardTower (near Lovers Lane)
- Block 23 Painted by Travers-Smith
- The Assembly Hall, painted by Mrs. Kathleen Francis Telfer
- The Graveyard, Painted by Alexander Garrow Cameron
- "A beginner's contribution to WeiHsien memories ..."
- Jap watchtower at corner of the sportsfield.
- Married Quarters
- Watchtower near the Hospital.
- The other side of a wall ...
- Priest at prayer. Internee making coal bricks.
- A story of Internment in China by George A. Scott.
- "Le Dao Yuan", meaning "Courtyard of the Happy Way"
- coloured parachutes bringing food, clothes and medicine soon after 17 Aug.
- Sketch of M.C. Halton
- Mr W. Pryor, Chairman of the Education Committee. Later it was E. McLaren.----
- Mr J.C. Stewart, Head of Discipline Committee-----
- Rollcall, sketched by Godon Martin.
- Camp Wall from the outside
- Map of Weihsien ... on a bib,
- Chefoo - Temple Hill - Weihsien
- Thirty six of the Chefoo Girls' School slept on matresses in the attic
- Dormitory ...
- Roll Call ...
- Roll Call ...
- Main Gate "closed" ...
- "Courtyard of the Happy Way ..."
- The Prisoners of the Samurai ...
- Courtyard of the Happy Way Concentration Camp ... (in Chinese)
- Christmas in Temple Hill - 1942 ...
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- The Notice Boards ... (click & scroll downwards)
- 50-years ago, "We Were Liberated" ... ... [click here]

- ... about Tipton & Hummel's escape from Camp ... (click & scroll downwards)

- texts, essays & Diary [excerpts] ...
- printer friendly version (A4-66pages)
- ... letters to and from our parents ... in Chinese, to bypass the Jap censors.
- Evelyn Davey's Diary ...
- Letters from CHEFOO ...
- from Weihsien Internment Camp, September, 1944.
- January 31st 1945 "RED CROSS PARCELS"
- "ALARM AT WEIHSIEN" ... Incident of 5th May, 1945
- "THE ASSEMBLY HALL" by Lucius Porter,
- "A FEW SNAPSHOTS OF WEIHSIEN" by Norah M. Busby
- Impressions of Weihsien ... August 7, 1945,
- FATHER SCANLAN By Ethel Churchill
- "WEIHSIEN BRAVERY"
- "HIGHLIGHT IMPRESSIONS"
- An Experiment in Christian Unity
- « Enemy Aliens » An Appreciation.
- "Whitting's war" - BAT man's North China internment and final liberation
- Father Michel Keymolen writes:
- "Looking back on Weihsien" - By GORDON MARTIN
- "The Test Of Internment" By Stanley Houghton
- Weihsien Camp Internees Saw No Jap Atrocities
- SEEING MARINA AGAIN
- Meet with Malyna (?) Again
- First impressions of Weihsien, or Wayseen! 1943
- “HIGHER GROUND” Chapter 26. - Internment
- "THE CALL" by John Hersey
- "CHINA BORN" by by Mrs. Gladys McMullan-Murray
- "WHITE WOLVES IN CHINA" by James H. Pyke
- FORTY YEARS AGO IN A JAPANESE CAMP...
- Bali, who sustained three severe beatings at the hands of the Japanese
- "At last US soldiers came, I thought I was in heaven"
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- ... about the people who lived there ...
- THE GROUPS:

- THE INDIVIDUALS:
- Those who were born in Camp
- Those who died in Camp

- The Camp Committee:
- Red-Cross Messages

- "LIBERATION" and the following days ...

- ... songs - poems - books ...

- "THE END - épilogue ...

- ... 1988: Once in a Lifetime ...
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The 7 Magnificent Men

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- Duck Mission: the first team ...
- liberation: from Norman Cliff's scrapbooks ...
- letter: To: Internees, Weihsien Civil Assembly Centre.
- "AMERICA HAS HEROES, I KNOW THEIR NAMES" by Mary Taylor Previte
- Mary Previte's autograph book ...
- The First Team ...
- Norman Cliff's collection ...
- Mary Previte's collection ...
- 1945 - B24 Liberator
- "Armored Angel", The B-24 that flew over Weihsien on August 17, 1945 ---
- Jim Hannon and Mary Previte, Palm Springs, California.
- Mary Previte and Major Stanley Staiger, Reno, NV, 1998 ,
- Mary Previte and Jim Moore August 2000
- "Soldier becomes ‘Armored Angel’ freeing prisoners" by Renita Foster
- This is a series featuring the Nisei (second generation Japanese Americans) during World War II.
- INTERVIEW: Maj. Stanley Steiger, leader of Duck Mission
- Weihsien liberator TAD NAGAKI is honored, ...
- January 2009, ... We met Tad Nagaki in person and ...
- Sgt. Tad Nagaki watches a backyard cook -- by William A. Smith
- "Rafu Shimpo" - Crossroads to Somewhere -
- Hemingford: "THE LEDGER" January 21st, 2010: ...
- page 1
- page 5
- page 6
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- Tad's 90th birthday: "HUGS FOR A HERO" by Mary Previte
- Tad's 90th birthday: "VIDEO" by Jason Nagaki
- Autograph ...
- An Eulogy: "Tad Nagaki, an American Hero" by Mary Previte.
- WWII Veteran’s Passing Stirs Memories Of Rescue (April 22, 2013)
- NPR: "After Long Wait For Combat, Tad Nagaki Became POW Liberator"
- Tad Nagaki: ... the unedited, unabridged interview produced by National Public Radio
- TIMES HERALD: WWII Veteran's Passing Stirs Memories Of Rescue
- MIS VETERANS: Tad Nagaki: A Remembrance
- How I Found My World War II Hero – in CHINA -- by Mary Taylor Previte
- Guizhou City Newspaper, CHINA: "Wonderful! The Last Hero!"
- "My Story" -- by Eddie Wang ...
- The Commandants' TAKANA (Samurai Swords) were surrendered to the victors.
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