COFEPOW - Children & Families of the Far East Prisoners of War
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About COFEPOW - Children & Families of the Far East Prisoners of War
Cofepow raised funds to build a Memorial Building which enable people to learn of the tragic events that happened to the British Far East POWs during World War II. The Building was opened on VJ Day last year at the National Memorial ARboretum in Staffordshire, over 4,000 people attened the event, but we still need funds for future maintainance and upkeep.
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TO PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN A MEMORIAL IN MEMORY OF ALL BRITISH SERVICEMEN WHO WERE PRISONERS OF WAR IN SOUTH EAST ASIA UNDER JAPANESE OCCUPATION DURING WORLD WAR II TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION OF THE PUBLIC ABOUT PRISONERS OF WAR IN SOUTH EAST ASIA UNDER JAPANESE OCCUPATION DURING 1942 - 1945