INTERESTING LINKS

Relating to the Friends Ambulance Unit - China Convoy - Click on Image to go to site

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IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM ORAL HISTORY OF DAVID ELWYN MORRIS RECOLLECTING HIS WARTIME YEARS IN CHINA AND INDIA RECORDED BY LYN E SMITH

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM, London - Oral History of David Elwyn Morris recollecting his wartime years in China and India recorded by Lyn E Smith

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JACK JONES - A TRUE FRIEND TO CHINA

Jack Jones - A TRUE FRIEND TO CHINA" is about the work of the Friends Ambulance Unit 'China Convoy'. Jack wrote about their work during the nineteen forties distributing medical supplies and doing medical relief work until the communist regime called a halt in 1951. Jack, author of the novel, "A Woman of Bangkok", was a fine writer and evokes the era superbly in his contemporary articles that I have edited for this new book. It's been produced by Earnshaw Books in Shanghai as a large format book of 400 pages and 500 photos. Ask me how to buy it on arhicks56@hotmail.com

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PACIFISM UNDER TEST

Featuring David Morris and his contemporaries, this DVD has been produced by the Quaker Service Memorial Trust and explores the challenges to the beliefs of pacifists and conscientious objectors and to the Quaker Peace Testimony when confronted by the evils of Hitler and Nazi Germany during WW2.  For more info email:
qsmtrust@hotmail.co.uk

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FAU CHINA CONVOY

The FAU China Convoy group seeks to preserve the story of the convoy members by identifying memoirs, diaries, letters, photographs and other records relating to its history.

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QUAKERS IN THE WORLD

When war began on September 3rd, 1939, the Friends Ambulance Unit (FAU) was immediately re-formed, to provide opportunities for active service for conscientious objectors, including  the FAU China Convoy

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PIPS PATCH

A very touching piece from Pip's Patch Blog about two people reminiscing about the life of Darlington born Doug Hardy who died in China in June 1942

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BURMA-ROAD.COM

A wonderful site dedicated to the Burma Road - some fascinating information and magnificent colour photographs

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