Every Inch Of The Way

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Every Inch Of The Way
The History Channel  |  November 10, 2011

During World War II, 8000 Australians died in captivity under Japanese rule. Those who survived remember the starvation, disease and trauma to which they were subjected. In Every Inch Of The Way survivors of the camps, Vivian Bullwinkel, Dr Ian Duncan, Roy Whitecross and Reg Nossiter describe their experiences during the war, the effect it has had on their lives and their families. Even now, years later, they are still fighting the memories.

During World War II, 8000 Australians died in captivity under Japanese rule. Those who survived remember the starvation, disease and trauma to which they were subjected. In Every Inch Of The Way survivors of the camps, Vivian Bullwinkel, Dr Ian Duncan, Roy Whitecross and Reg Nossiter describe their experiences during the war, the effect it has had on their lives and their families. Even now, years later, they are still fighting the memories.

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