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澳洲与山打根关系(Sandakan Anzac Day 2010)

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 楼主| 发表于 26-4-2012 09:36 PM | 显示全部楼层
西澳二戰退伍軍人等逾六十人\根殉難華僑紀念碑追悼

出版日期: 2012年 04月 26日 (星期四)

【山打根廿五日訊】來自西澳洲的二次世界大戰退伍軍人,家屬及兩間中學的學生一行逾六十人,今日早上十時卅分,專程到此間紅山頂大伯公山路口的一九四五年五月廿七日殉難華僑紀念碑前進行追悼儀式,向當年殉難人士致敬。

一行人抵步時,受到山打根中華商會理事長謝鶴議,署理理事長黃植強等率理事及該商會法律顧問拿督丘家綿接待。

在現場舉行的簡單但不失隆重的追悼儀式時,中華商會理事長謝鶴議及丘家綿,分別向一行人,尤其是學生講解該紀念碑的歷史,以促進他們的了解。

前來訪問的西澳退伍軍人,家屬及學生,分別在紀念碑前獻花及默哀,向當年的殉難者致敬。

過後,該訪問團的領隊還代表送一幅有關二次大戰澳洲軍人的海報予山打根中華商會為念。

一行人稍後在紀念碑前合照過後才宣告禮成。

據悉,來自澳洲的一行人是配合紐西蘭澳洲日,今早五時出席那卜路七哩山打根紀念公園舉行的一項追悼儀式後,受安排到紅山頂殉難華僑紀念碑訪問及進行哀悼儀式。(8)6

二沙人獲頒澳獎狀

【本報山打根廿五日訊】兩名沙巴人在昨晚一項假山打根市議會主席拿督占士黃的官邸舉行的儀式上,獲澳駐大馬最高專員頒發澳洲官方獎狀,以表揚二人給該國的貢獻。獲獎的為史威查魯洛及傑德琳蔡,前者致力保養昆達山與山打根的烈士紀念碑,以緬懷在兩地罹難的澳洲戰士。

總共有二千四百廿八位澳洲及英國戰士在對抗日軍期間罹難。昆達山的烈士紀念碑於一九六二年豎立,而史威則由二零零三年開始維修該紀念碑,直到今日。

至於山打根市議會主席私人高級助理的傑德琳蔡則給以每年澳退伍軍人山打根追悼會的多方面協助,貢獻良多。

(转载自沙巴州华侨日报新闻网)
http://www.ocdn.com.my/news.cfm?NewsID=28469
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发表于 27-4-2012 11:03 AM | 显示全部楼层
回复 101# rhtm


上载一点照片更完美。
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 楼主| 发表于 27-4-2012 11:34 AM | 显示全部楼层
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上载一点照片更完美。
平院 发表于 27-4-2012 11:03 AM


我只回去出席了2010年,那一年的纪念活动,活动是在清辰5点30分准时开始。所以其它的资料,只有通过网络索取。
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 楼主| 发表于 2-5-2012 11:51 AM | 显示全部楼层
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Anzac Premiers Tour 2012 Sandakan Dawn Service (25 April 2012)





2012年山打根澳新军团日少许图片集(转载连接)

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 楼主| 发表于 8-4-2013 10:44 PM | 显示全部楼层
二戰澳英士兵「死亡之旅」/終於搬上銀幕九至十月拍攝

出版日期: 2013年 04月 06日 (星期六)
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二戰澳英士兵「死亡之旅」/終於搬上銀幕九至十月拍攝
左起:東姑艾德林,羅惹克里斯丁,馬希迪,阿芬迪攝於新聞發佈會。
【亞庇五日訊】二戰期間奪走數千條澳洲與英國士兵性命的山打根至蘭瑙一百四十公里『死亡之旅』終於被搬上銀幕,由多部買座大片包括『星際大戰』、『異形』、地底世界、『Battlefield Earth』、『Nostradamus』導演羅惹克里斯汀執導。 他說,預料『死亡之旅』將於今年九月至十月拍攝。 他今日在沙巴旅遊局舉行的新聞發佈會上,形容拍攝『死亡之旅』將是項嚴峻挑戰,他已開始進行研究。 他說:「我巴閱過許多相關書籍和聆聽很多人所講的故事,包括觀看死亡之旅的記錄片。」 他說,該影片不完全拍攝英澳戰俘當年如何遭致折魔,也突出往往被人忽略的本地英雄人物。 他說,此片將包含本地人的故事,包括訪問本地土著。 他說,『死亡之旅』固然是此片中心點,但他將從本地視角出發。 他相信『死亡之旅』一旦搬上銀幕後,故事情節肯定感人,惟表示要拍成得獎影片並非易事。 出席新聞發佈會包括本州旅遊、文化及環境部長拿督馬希迪曼俊和國家影片發展機構主席拿督莫哈末阿芬迪韓旦和沙巴旅遊局主席拿督東姑艾德林。 馬希迪表示,州政府十分重視『死亡之旅』終於被搬上銀幕,肯定對進一步牽動本州旅遊業的發展。 他說,羅惹克里斯汀來沙巴拍片,能讓其他制片人大開眼界,也能吸引商家發展本州影藝,設立演員培訓中心。 他說:「如果大導演羅惹那麼對沙巴有信心,州政府將助他一臂之力。」

http://www.ocdn.com.my/news.cfm?NewsID=34752

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发表于 25-4-2013 05:38 PM | 显示全部楼层
说真的,我这个山打根仔真的没去看过,现在觉得有点惭愧.....
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 楼主| 发表于 27-4-2013 03:16 PM | 显示全部楼层
Anzac Day 2013 @ Sandakan War Memorial



Sandakan Memorial Service (Anzac Day 2013) @ New Farm Park, Brisbane, Australia







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 楼主| 发表于 27-4-2013 03:25 PM | 显示全部楼层
Australian World War Two History, Labuan Island, Borneo, Malaysia



66th Anniversary of Sandakan-Ranau Death Marches



Return to Sandakan POW DVD Documentary Trailer

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 楼主| 发表于 27-4-2013 03:40 PM | 显示全部楼层
Akinabalu (True Story) Movie


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发表于 27-4-2013 11:28 PM | 显示全部楼层
我从出世在山打根住了20多年都不知道澳洲有一个纪念碑写着Sandakan, 而且还有澳洲一条马路叫Sandakan Road.
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 楼主| 发表于 27-4-2013 11:37 PM | 显示全部楼层
junclj 发表于 27-4-2013 11:28 PM
我从出世在山打根住了20多年都不知道澳洲有一个纪念碑写着Sandakan, 而且还有澳洲一条马路叫Sandakan Road.

行萬哩路勝於讀萬捲書。不要只活在自己的世界里,很多東西自己沒看過聽過,不代表沒有。多走多看多讀,多開擴自己的視野。
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 楼主| 发表于 20-2-2014 11:39 PM | 显示全部楼层
珍贵录象

刚结束二战的古达,亚庇和山打根记录录象。


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 楼主| 发表于 22-3-2014 09:36 AM | 显示全部楼层
Remembering the Sandakan death march


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 楼主| 发表于 22-3-2014 09:39 AM | 显示全部楼层
Sandakan Spirit Sandakan Death March

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 楼主| 发表于 22-3-2014 09:41 AM | 显示全部楼层
Visit the War Memorial Sandakan, Borneo

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 楼主| 发表于 25-4-2014 09:00 AM | 显示全部楼层
山打根澳新军团日(Sandakan Anzac Day)Dawn Service 2014





(Photo: Basil L. & Ben Duncan) 今天清晨5点多摄
本帖最后由 rhtm 于 25-4-2014 09:04 AM 编辑

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 楼主| 发表于 25-4-2014 09:09 AM | 显示全部楼层
Cleveland's Gunner Robins at Sandakan POW | Anzac DayBy John GiacomantonioApril 21, 2014, 5 p.m.





AS Redland City prepares to commemorate Anzac Day this year, let us draw our community's attention to the account of former Cleveland resident Charles William Robins.

This Anzac Day marks 72 years since the Fall of Singapore. Following the surrender of British Commonwealth Forces, the fate of Gunner C. W. Robins was sealed.

Gunner Charles William Robins became one of many Australian Military Forces prisoners of war and missing in the Far East and South West Pacific Islands during the World War II.

More than 22,000 Australians and about 40 nurses became prisoners of war of the Japanese Imperial Army in South East Asia.

Most Australians were captured early in 1942 when Japanese forces invaded Malaya, Singapore, New Britain and the Netherlands East Indies.

Of the Australians, about 14,972 were captured in Singapore.

The remaining were captured in Java, Timor, Ambon and New Britain.

By the end of the war more than one in three of these prisoners, about 8000, had died as a result of unspeakable cruelty, inhuman treatment, barbaric torture and summary execution at the hands of their Japanese captors.

Another 1000 POWs died when Allied submarines torpedoed unmarked Japanese ships that were carrying POWs around Japan's wartime empire.

QX14209 Gunner Robins, 2/10th Field Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery was one of more than 2000 Allied prisoners held in Sandakan POW camp in north Borneo.

Gunner Robins was one of the 1494 POWs who made up "B Force" and was transferred from Changi prisoner of war camp on July 7, 1942, on board the Ubi Maru, and arrived in Sandakan Harbour on July 18, 1942.

Gunner Robins, aged 36 years, died as a prisoner of the Japanese on February 9, 1945.

He was the son of Charles and Catherine Wilson Robins, of Cleveland, and the husband of Ernestine Mary Robins, of Wynnum Heights, Queensland.

He is commemorated on the Labuan Memorial, Malaysia and the Cleveland Cenotaph, Queensland, Australia.

Lt. Hoshijima's address to 1494 Australian POWs of the 8th Division who had arrived at Sandakan from Singapore: "You are prisoners of the Imperial Japanese Army.

"I am your commanding officer and you will obey my orders and the orders of my men guarding you.

"You have been good soldiers for Australia, but now you are slaves for Japan and you will carry out my orders.

"You have been brought here to construct an aerodrome you will be diligent in your work and will not attempt to escape. If you do the jungle will consume you or you will be shot.

"You will work for the Japanese Co-Prosperity Sphere and I am prepared to die for Japan in carrying out my assignment."

Charles William Robins was born at Mareeba on October 11, 1908. He was the fourth child and third son of Charles (senior) and Catherine Wilson Robins.

Both Charles (senior) and Catherine are buried in the protestant section of the Cleveland Cemetery.

Catherine Robins died at 34 years on November 4, 1911, from complications resulting from childbirth.

According to an interview with the late Norm Dean OAM, recorded on Saturday, June, 5, 2002, the Robins family home and farm was located on the corner of Bloomfield and Bay streets, Cleveland.

The family, including Charlie (Charles junior) Robins were prominent in the St Paul's Anglican Church at Cleveland.

Charles (senior) was also a member of the local Cleveland VDC (Volunteer Defence Corps), and his name appears on a cairn at the Redland Museum.

Charlie Robins was a keen fisherman in his youth and Norm Dean recalled numerous occasions when he, Charlie and Norm's brother, Harding Dean, went on fishing expeditions off Coochiemudlo Island and near Sandy Island in Moreton Bay.

Charles enlisted on July 8, 1940, at Kelvin Grove and was posted to the 2/10th Field Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery.

The regiment, made up of Queenslanders from all parts of the state, was formed at Redbank Camp in July 1940 and was part of the 8th Division's three artillery regiments.

From October to December 1940, the regiment, conducted field manoeuvres with 18-pounder guns left over from World War I.

The regiment undertook a nine-day field manoeuvre through the Brisbane Valley with live shooting, firing from Caloundra range.

It was given leave in January 1941 and on February 1, 1941, moved from Redbank Camp to the South Brisbane railway station to travel by train to Sydney.

The next day the regiment departed Circular Quay on the Queen Mary which had been converted into a troop ship and was a part of a convoy taking the 8th Division, AIF, to Malaya and Singapore.

The convoy reached Malaya two-and-a-half weeks later with the Queen Mary disembarking the regiment at Malacca, in Johore on the February 19, 1941.

The regiment took up residence in the Malacca High School and the school at Tranquerah for the next two months.

While at Malacca the regiment was attached to the 8th Division's 22nd Brigade.

On January 9, 1942, while stationed at Mersing, the regiment was re-equipped with 25-pounder guns. Four days later, the regiment's position was bombed and straffed by Japanese aircraft.

Following the Japanese swift advance through Malaya, Japanese forces reached Johore by the end of January.

The regiment first went into action on January 21, 1942, when it unleashed artillery fire on Japanese troops making their way along the Mersing-Endau Road, north of Lalang Hill.

The regiment later engaged the enemy on the night of January 26 and 27 providing artillery support for the 22nd Brigade's successful ambush of Japanese troops in the Nithsdale Estate.

After receiving orders to retreat, the regiment successfully crossed a causeway leading to Singapore.

It reached Singapore just after 9pm on January 30 shortly before the causeway was destroyed in an attempt to slow the Japanese advance.

Between February 2 and 8, 1942, the regiment was subjected to a heavy artillery barrage by the Japanese.

The main Japanese assault on Singapore began at 11pm on February 8 and the regiment was forced to withdraw to Singapore Harbour.

By February 12, 1942, Commonwealth troops had withdrawn to the city and the regiment remained in action firing 2100 rounds at Japanese forces in and around Bukit Timah village.

The next day the regiment relocated to the Tangling Golf Course where it came under intense enemy artillery fire and air strikes.

The regiment ceased firing at 10.30pm on February 14 and the next day the garrison surrendered.

For the next three-and-a-half years servicemen had to endure the brutality of being prisoners of war of the Japanese.

Norm Dean recalled that the last time he saw Charlie Robins was in Changi prisoner of war camp in Singapore.

Before his capture, Charlie had been wounded in the shoulder during action and he had his arm in plaster that pointed skyward.

Norm Dean had gone to Charlie Robins' area of the camp after he had heard of a concert that was being staged by the regiment.

"I found Charlie because of his arm standing out. We talked all night and saw nothing of the concert. Unfortunately, I didn't see Charlie again. I was sent to work on the wharves and Charlie went off with 'B Force' to Borneo," Norm said.

By June 1943 there were just over 2000 Australian and 750 British prisoners of war under Lieutenant Hoshijima's (commandant of Sandakan) command.

Japan knew the war was lost, but they fought on. On superior orders Hoshijima instigated a regime of starvation and brutality to ensure the POWs would be rendered as ineffectual soldiers who would be incapable to assist the anticipated Allied invasion.

By late 1944, with Allied forces advancing toward Borneo, the Japanese High Command decided to despatch about 2000 Australian and British POWs westward to Ranau, in Borneo's rugged interior.

Weak and sick prisoners were forced to stagger for about 260 kilometres along dense and rugged jungle tracks without food or water.

Prisoners were deliberately starved and ill-treated. Many POWs who were unable to continue were executed or died on the way, their bodies never recovered.

Those too weak to march had been left behind in Sandakan, where all died of illness, wounds or were killed by their Japanese guards.

This dark chapter of human history has become known as the "Sandakan Death March".

By August 1945, the last Sandakan POWs were massacred so there were to be no witnesses to tell their story miraculously there were six survivors all Australians.

The "Sandakan Death March" remains the greatest single atrocity committed against Australians in war.







http://www.baysidebulletin.com.a ... akan-pow-anzac-day/
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 楼主| 发表于 25-4-2014 09:20 AM | 显示全部楼层
The Boy from Bowen : Diary of a Sandakan POW - Leslie Bunn Glover





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 楼主| 发表于 25-4-2014 11:44 AM | 显示全部楼层
山打根澳新军团日 2014(Sandakan Anzac Day)Dawn Service 2014

25 April 2014






更多照片,请游览:

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 楼主| 发表于 5-8-2014 03:09 PM | 显示全部楼层
又多一部以山打根二战真实故事为题材的荷里活电影即将开拍。

“山打根死亡行軍”歷史劇‧邀好萊塢巨星參演

雪蘭莪‧八打靈再也3日訊)飾演金鋼狼的好萊塢巨星休傑克曼(Hugh Jackman),受邀參與沙巴在二戰時期發生的“山打根死亡行軍”歷史劇;該影片將由因《星球大戰》而成名的羅傑克里斯丹執導。

羅傑克里斯丹在今年初已經前往沙巴長達3個月,以針對該電影進行研究和面試本地演員。
國家影片發展機構(FINAS)和羅傑克里斯丹合作拍攝的電影,將專注在數百名澳洲和英國戰俘遭日軍強迫,徒步140公里從三打根至蘭瑙的死亡之旅;當時只有6名戰俘存活下來。
根據《星報》報道,國家影片發展機構主席拿督莫哈末阿芬迪在沙巴出席開齋節開放門戶活動後表示,休傑克曼和其他的演員正在研究劇本。
“該電影計劃在一年內拍攝完畢,預料能夠在2016年的法國戛納國際電影節首次播映。”
他說,這項電影計劃獲得首相拿督斯里納吉撥出500萬美元(1千600萬令吉)。


點看全文: http://ent.sinchew.com.my/node/51074#ixzz39UxJUdfE


KOTA KINABALU: Film director and actor Afdlin Shauki (pic) will have a hand in the movie project about the Sandakan Death March.

He would be joining Hollywood director Roger Christian in the movie, which is about a dark point in Sabah during World War II.

Hundreds of Australian and British prisoners were forced by the Japanese army to trek 140km from Sandakan to Ranau at the foothills of Mount Kinabalu.

Many died along the way or were subsequently killed.

The movie is being undertaken by the National Film Development Corporation (Finas).

Finas chairman Datuk Affendi Hamdan said the project received a RM1mil launching grant from the Goverment and another RM2mil from the corporation itself.

“The balance will be sourced from local funding,” he added.

Hugh Jackman, who is popular as Wolverine in the X Men franchise, was offered a role in the movie, which is to be completed within a year.

The target is to have a premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in 2016.

Christian spent about three months in Sabah earlier this year, researching for the movie and interviewing the locals.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/N ... tor-on-Sabah-movie/


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