At the end of the battle, with his fellow soldiers he became a
prisoner of war, but he continued somehow to maintain his diary. He
spent most of the war in the Argyle Street camp and provided the
most complete coverage of life there.
This is one of the fullest descriptions of the fighting in Hong
Kong and subsequent imprisonment, but in addition it is exceptional
in being the view of a mature professional soldier, one who had
signed on in 1919 and in his long service had seen much including
time on the North West Frontier in India. It is also unique for
Hong Kong in being a record from the Royal Artillery.
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