Civilian Internment : Diary of M.C. Hay

Civilian Internment

<p>This is a copy of a diary describing Hay's active service during the Malayan campaign, beginning with his joining the battery in mid-Dec. 1941. He saw action at Kuala Selangor and during the siege of Singapore. After its surrender, he escaped by ship on 16 Feb., reaching Sumatra on 21 Feb. and then Sri Lanka on 1 Mar. 1942. See RCMS 103/12/3 for another account of the same escape written by H.R. Oppenheim (21 sheets).</p> <p>Mortimer Cecil Hay served as Chief Inspector of Mines in the Federated Malay States and in the Light Battery of its volunteer artillery forces.</p>

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