The Soldier's Details

Surname:
Gough
First Name:
Norman Frederick Thomas
Rank:
Private
Regimental #:
WX17310
Company:
‘E’ Company, Special Reserve Battalion
Enlisted:
20.10.1941
Discharged:
6.02.1946
DOB:
13.11.1922
Place of Birth:
Leederville, Western Australia
Father's Name:
James Harold Gough
Mothers's Name:
Jessie Sarah Gough
Religion:
Roman Catholic
Pre-war Occupation:
Storeman and Miner
Singapore:
Selarang Camp Changi; Johore Bahru; Adam Park; Sime Road Camp, Thomson Road (Caldecot Hill Estate Camp); Selarang Barracks Changi
Force:
‘D’ Force Thailand, V Battalion
Camps Thailand:
Kinsaiyok, RinTin, Hindato, Brankassi, Hindaine, Brankassi, Hindato, Non Pladuk; Tarsau, Non Pladuk No. 1 and No. 2 Camps
Camps Japan:
Fukuoka sub-Camp No. 17 Omuta
POW#:
4/6169, 2246 and 598
Japan:
Aramis Party
Return Details 1945:
Nagasaki-Okinawa USS Cape Gloucester; Okinawa-Manila, USS Bingham; Manila-Morotai-Darwin, PBY Catalina aircraft A24-354; Darwin-Melbourne-Perth by aircraft

General Description

L-R M.Wilkins, H.Wilkes & T.Gough
L-R M.Wilkins, H.Wilkes & T.Gough
Rear L-R T.Allen & H.Wilkes Front L-R M.Wilkins, T.Gough & N.Flarty
Rear L-R T.Allen & H.Wilkes
Front L-R M.Wilkins, T.Gough & N.Flarty

Camp Locations:

  • Adam Park Camp - Singapore
  • Johore Bahru, - Malaysia
  • Selarang Barracks Changi - Singapore
  • Selarang Camp Changi - Singapore
  • Sime Road Camp - Singapore
  • Thomson Road (Caldecot Hill Estate Camp) - Singapore
  • Brankassi, Prang Kasi, 208k - Thailand
  • Hindaine, Kui Mang 200k - Thailand
  • Kinsaiyok Main, 170.2k - Thailand
  • Non Pladuk, 0k - Thailand
  • Rin Tin, Lin Tin 180k - Thailand
  • Tarsau, Tha Sao 125k - Thailand
  • Omuta Miike, Fukuoka #17-B - Japan
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