Hello from Adelaide Australia. We emigrated from UK to Australia in 1958 and I am proud to be the son of Des Bettany, ex POW. I have been in touch with the RSL (Returned Soldiers League) and they have suggested I advise you of a new website we have developed. Introducing a new website of 300 images dedicated to Des Bettany who served during WWII with Lancashire gunners on 25 pounders. Evacuated from Dunkirk and posted to North Malaya he was imprisoned by the Japanese at various sites POW camps in Changi. He painted to keep his sanity. This artwork of his service life before and after the Capitulation of Singapore is a range of fascinating illustrations, done sometimes with humour. This new website has been put together by us, Des’ family as a tribute and to help raise awareness of what the POWs went through, as seen through the eyes of one man, Des Bettany. After 60 years in a cupboard, at last, this artwork is available to all who have access to the internet. The site can be found at The Changi POW Artwork of Des Bettany | Prisoner of War at Changi, Singapore Could you please bring attention to those who may be interested in this site and if images are required for publications, I can provide high quality ones. Cheers and enjoy the Jubilee, looks great to us, lots of celebrating, just great.