Ernest Ackroyd was a survivor of the notorious “Railway of Death” and enforced slave labour in Japan. The 122 (West Riding) Field Regiment Royal Artillery TA was formed in 1939 and ceased to exist in 1942 with the fall of Singapore.
13 members of the regiment were “Killed in Action”, more than 200 more of the young Bradford men died in captivity.
This is Ernest’s account of their ordeal. A near fine signed copy £10.00