List of Japanese-run internment camps during World War II

List of Japanese-run internment camps during World War II

"Part of Lists of Prisoner-of-War Camps section in the Prisoner-of-war camp article."

The following list is an attempt to create a complete list of Japanese military prisoner of war and civilian internment camps in World War II. It should be noted that some of these camps were for POWs only; some held a mixture of POWs and civilian internees, and some held solely civilian internees.

Camps in the Philippines

* Cabanatuan
* Camp O'Donnell
* Los Baños
* Santo Tomas
* Bilibid Prison
* Puerto Princesa Prison Camp

Camps in Malaya/Singapore

* Changi Prison
* Salarang Barracks
* River Valley Camp
* Blakang Mati

Camps in Taiwan (Formosa)

* Kinkaseki #1 (Chinguashi)
* Taichu #2 (Taichung)
* Heito #3 (PingTung)
* Shirakawa #4 (Chiayi)
* Taihoku #5 Mosak (Taipei)
* Taihoku #6 (Taipei)
* Karenko (Hualien)
* Tamazato (YuLi)
* Kukutsu (Taipei)
* Oka (Taipei)
* Toroku - (Touliu)
* Inrin - (Yuanlin)
* Inrin Temporary (Yuanlin)
* Takao (Kaohsiung)
* Churon (Taipei)

Camps in North Borneo

* Jesselton
* Sandakan

Camps in Sarawak

* Batu Lintang, Kuching

Camps in Dutch East Indies

* Pontianak POW camp, Pontianak (Dutch Borneo)
* Balikpapan POW camp, Balikpapan (Dutch Borneo)
* Makasura (Celebes)
* Tanjong Priok POW camp, Tanjong Priok (Java)
* Koan School, Batavia (Java)
* Glodok Gaol, Batavia (Java)
* Bicycle Camp, Batavia (Java)
* Usapa Besar (Timor)
* Bandung (Java)
* Tjideng

Camps in Thailand/Burma

* Niki Niki
* Kanchanaburi
* Sonkrai

Camps in New Guinea

* Rabaul

Camps in Korea

*Inchon

Camps in Hong Kong

*Argyle Street Camp
*Ma Tau Chong Camp
*Ma Tau Wai Camp
*North Point Camp
*Sham Shui Po Camp
*Stanley Internment Camp [cite web|url=http://www.hongkongwardiary.com/powresearch.html|title=POW Research|publisher=Hong Kong War Diary|accessdate=2007-11-14]

Camps in Japan

* Achi Yamakita
* Aioshi
* Akasaka
* Akenobe #6B
* Akita
* Amagasaki Subcamp
* Aokuma (or Okuma) (Fukuoka #22)
* Aomori (Ōmori, Tokyo Base Camp #1)
* Arao
* Asahigawa
* Ashio
* Ashikago
* Atami
* Beppu
* Bibai-Machi Branch Camp #3
* Camp #11 (Fukuoka #11) (Later renamed #8)
* Camp #23
* Chiba
* Chugenji (or Chuzenji)
* Franciscan Monastery
* Fukuoka 17
* Fuji
* Funatsu
* Furashi
* Furumaki
* Fuse
* Futase (Fukuoka #10, later renamed #7)
* Futatsui City
* Gifu - Nagara Hotel
* Hakodate #2 (Utashinia or Akabira)
* Hakodate #3 (Utashin1a)
* Hakodate Divisional Camp
* Hakodate Main Camp
* Hakone
* Hanawa Sendai #6
* Harina (or Harima)
* Hayashi Village
* Higashi-Misone (Subcamp #10)
* Himeji
* Hiraoka (Subcamp #3)
* Hirohata Divisional Camp
* Hitachi (Ibaraki-Ken Camp #D12)
* Hitachi Motoyama
* Ichioka (or Itchioka) Stadium Hospital
* Iizuka (Probably #7)
* Ikuno (Osaka #4B)
* Imoshima Island (Subcamp #2)
* Kagawa Christian Fellowship Home
* Kamioka
* Kamiso Subcamp #1
* Kamitan (or Kamita) Kozan (Sendai #11)
* Kanagawa Kenko
* Kanagawa Tokyo 2nd Div.
* Kanazawa
* Kanose
* Kashii (or Kashu) Camp #1 (Fukuoka #1)
* Kawasaki #1
* Kawasaki Camp - Kobe
* Kawasaki Dispatch Camp #5
* Kawasaki Subcamp #2 ("Mitsui Madhouse")
* Kempei Tai
* Kita Corygara
* Kobe
* Kobe (Camp #31)
* Kobe POW Hospital
* Kochi
* Kosaka (Sendai Camp #8)
* Koshian Hotel
* Koyagi Shima (Fukuoka #2)
* Kumamoto (First location of Fukuoka #1)
* Kure
* Kurume
* Kyota - branches at Hakata
* Maibara
* Maisure
* Minato-ku
* Mito
* Mitsu Branch Camp #5
* Mitsuishi
* Mitsushima (or Matsushima) Camp #2D
* Miyata (Fukuoka #9B)
* Mizonkuchi
* Moji #4
* Moji Hospital
* Morioka
* Motoyama Subcamp #8
* Mukaishima Island Subcamp #1 (Hiroshima Sub-Camp #4)
* Murakami
* Muroran (Kamiso Machi Camp #73)
* Myoshi
* Nacama #21 (Fukuoka #21)(Also spelled Nakama)
* Nagasaki
* Nagasaki #14
* Nagasaki #2 (Same as #139)
* Nagasaki #4
* Nagoya Main Camp
* Nagoya Subcamp #10
* Narashino Airport
* Narumi
* Niigata (Subcamp #5)
* Niihama Branch Camp #2
* Nogeyama Park
* Nooetzu (or Nooetsu) Prison Camp (Niigata Ken)
* Notogawa #9B
* Odate
* Oeyama (or Oyama)
* Ofuna Camp
* Ohama Subcamp #9
* Ohashi
* Old City Hall
* Omine Subcamp #6
* Ōmori Main Camp
* Omuta Camp #17 Fukuoka 17
* Onada Branch Camp #8
* Onada Branch Camp #9
* Osaka #1 Headquarters Camp (Chikko)
* Osaka Central Market
* Otaru
* Oyeama
* Park Central Camp
* Park Central Stadium
* Rangoon
* Roku Roshi
* Sakai Prison
* Sakurajima
* Sakurajima Ichioka School
* Sapporo Penitentiary
* Sasebo (Fukuoka #18)
* Sekiguchi at Koishikawaku
* Sendai
* Shibaura
* Shimodate
* Shimomago Hitachi
* Shimonseki
* Shinagawa Main Camp
* Shinagawa POW Hospital
* Shingu
* Shinjuku Camp #1
* Shizuoka
* Subcamp #12 (Fukuoka #12)
* Sumidagawa
* Sumiyoshi-ku
* Suzuki Aio No Moto Factory
* Suzurandai
* Takadanobaba
* Tamano Branch Camp #3
* Tanagawa
* Tan Tui (or Tan tooey)
* Teniya (or Temiya) Park Stadium
* Tobata (Fukuoka #3)
* Tomakomai
* Toyama
* Toyoka (or Toyooka)
* Tsumori (Osaka Subcamp #13B)
* Tsuruga Divisional Camp #5B
* Tsurumi Subcamp #5
* Ube Subcamp #7
* Umeda Bonshu (Osaka Warehouse)
* Uraga
* Utsonomiya
* Uywake (or Iwake or Yuwake)
* Wakasen
* Wakayama
* Wakinohama (Osaka #18-B)
* Yamashita Camp #1
* Yodogawa
* Yokkaichi
* Yokohama #5
* Yonago
* Yura
* Zentsuji Headquarters Camp
* Zentsuji Subcamp #3

ee also

Other articles in the Wikipedia that are associated with this one.
*Prisoner-of-war camp
*List of POW camps in Canada
*List of POW camps in Britain
*List of POW camps in Italy
*List of POW camps in the United States

References

External links

* [http://www.mansell.com/pow_resources/camplists/list_2.html Fairly comprehensive list]
* [http://www.west-point.org/family/japanese-pow/POWSites-Japan.htm Lat/Long locations (Google Earth) of former Japanese POW camps in Japan]
* [http://www.powtaiwan.org/ The story of the Taiwan POWs]
* [http://www.cnac.org/emilscott/santotomas01.htm About Prisoners of Santo Tomas]


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