Hoten Camp, Mukden - Manchuria

Hoten Camp, Mukden – Manchuria

Hoten camp was located 12 miles from Mukden on the Tungling Road, having been established on 28th October 1942.  The camp consisted of three newly built two storey Imperial Japanese Army Barracks with double glazed windows and wooden floors.  The camp was surrounded by a brick wall and high voltage electric cable.  Jim Clancy was engaged in work at the Honga Kiasha carbide factory which supplied tools for the Japanese.

Soldiers that were in this camp

Location of Hoten Camp, Mukden - Manchuria (exact)