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Photo Guide to the Singapore Mutiny


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Thanks bushfighter for pointing out this article.


 An account in the following book  may be of interest in relation to the Singapore Mutiny.

Lauterbach of the China Sea : the Escapes and Adventures of a Seagoing Falstaff by Lowell Thomas, 1930 Archive.org. A China Sea Captain, during WW1 Julius Lauterbach was navigator on the German SMS Emden. He was later a prisoner in Singapore at Tangling prison camp page 95, and helped ferment dissatisfaction which led to the Singapore Mutiny, during which he escaped and fled, initially to Sumatra. 




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