Operation Oblivion base camp at Commando Bay (Fmr. Goose Bay) British Columbia (courtesy of Hank Wong)
(from l to r) Force 136 operative Roy Mah and John Bong - pre-war Chinese Youth Association Members. (courtesy of Ramona Mah)
Operation Oblivion operative Wing Wong showing off Japanese weapons Australia.
Operation Oblivion operatives (from l to r) Hank Wong and Eddie Chow showing off Japanese weapons Australia.
Operation Oblivion operative Eddie Chow at Allied base camp in Australia.
OPERATION OBLIVION OPERATIVES WITH SEIZED JAPANESE FLAG AND SWORDS (AUSTRALIA).
Operation Oblivion operatives (from l to r) Hank Wong, Eddie Chow and Tom Lock.
Operation Oblivion operatives Louey King demonstrating the Japanese war practice of beheading, Australia.
Operation Oblivion operative Hank Wong and British Sergeant Andy McClure, Oro Bay New Guinea.
Operation Oblivion operatives and cousins Hank and Norm Wong, practicing beach landings Oro Bay, New Guinea.
Allied supplies camp Oro Bay New Guinea open air theatre.
Operation Oblivion operative Norm Wong atop abandoned U.S. vessel, Oro Bay New Guinea.
Oro Bay New Guinea base camp. With street signs depicting various camp locations.
First view of Oro Bay New Guinea abandoned U.S. camp (outhouse).
Army training vehicles used in operatives training, Australia.
Operation Oblivion operatives Hank Wong and Eddie Chow outside Melbourne, Australia airport.
Hank and Eddie, Australia
Aboard the Kitsilano working their way home post war.
The Kitsilano – Hank Wong’s ride home to Vancouver, B.C.
Former Force 136 operative painting the Kitsilano post war.
Operation Oblivion operatives enjoying breakfast before training in Commando Bay. On right hand side front -- Major Legg, Betty Kendall and Mike Kendall.
Jungle training (patrolling waterways).
Training – River landings by boat.
Avoiding grenades part of jungle training.
Hank Wong in Vancouver.
Hank Wong (courtesy of Hank Wong)
OPERATION OBLIVION OPERATIVES (FROM L TO R) HANK WONG AND EDDIE CHOW (COURTESY OF HANK WONG).
Oblivion operative Sergeant Douglas Jung (courtesy Arthur Calderwood)
(Back row from l to r) Oblivion operative Douglas Jung with brothers Arthur (RAF) and Ross (Medical Corps), (front row seated) Mr and Mrs. Jung. (courtesy of Arthur Calderwood)
Oblivion operative Douglas Jung becomes Canadian representative at the U.N. during Diefenbaker Government. (courtesy of Arthur Calderwood)
Oblivion operative Douglas Jung (the first person of Asian heritage elected to Parliament in Canada 1957-1962) with Prime Minister John Diefenbaker (courtesy of Arthur Calderwood)
Oblivion operative Douglas Jung campaigning in Vancouver Centre riding 1957 (he becomes the first person of Asian heritage elected to Parliament in Canada. (courtesy of Arthur Calderwood)
(from l to r ) Mr. Mike Kendall with Sgt. Jack Clayton training in Commando Bay. (courtesy Arthur Calderwood)