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From Paul & Stanley Thompson

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REPORT ON THE ACCIDENT, WHICH RESULTED IN THE DEATH OF FRANCIS BRIAN THOMPSON AUGUST 16th, 1944.




One of the leaflets that astonished us all by fluttering down into our Weihsien CAC - from a silver airplane.


Upon arriving in "Tsingtao" we were each given, as a welcoming gesture, a little silk handkerchief printed with a grapevine pattern ...


This painting, as you know, was made in the Weihsien C.A.C. in Weifang, Shandong, in 1942 or 1943.
(I would suggest that the painting might have been made at the East end of the 2nd or the 3rd floor – or even from the attic or , for that matter, from a window in the South wing)



The two windows just above the pink van are the windows of The Thompson Room (occupied by my mother (Ella Thompson), my brother Paul, my sister Joan, and myself, during 1944 and ...


... (taken from the NE in 2012) shows that the Thompson room also had an East-facing window that looked over the nearby wall of the camp ...