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Zonnehoeve Farm Tjimindi in Tjimahi

Town: Tjimahi
District: West Java
Region: Java
Location: Tjimahi is in West Java, northwest of Bandoeng. Tjimindi was approximately 3 kilometres east of Tjimahi, on the road to Bandoeng.
From [June] 1942 to August 1945 this location served as a civilian camp >>
Internees: prisoners of war; men; boys
Information: Initially prisoners of war, and later men and boys, were put to work at the Zonnehoeve farm near Tjimindi. They went in chore crews from the large camps to the farm, where vegetables were grown and cattle were raised. There was a small permanent staff assigned to the farm.
Literature: Liesker, H.A.M. e.a., Je denk, ken niet, maar kèn!! (Waddinxveen 1997)
Brugmans, I.J., Gevangen op Java. Dagboek uit een Jappenkamp, 1942-1945 (Zutphen 2004)
Heijmans-van Bruggen, M.P. (red.), De Japanse bezetting in dagboeken: kamp Tjimahi 4 (Amsterdam 2002)
Ee, M. van (red.), Boys Town. Het ontstaan van Boys Town, barak 20 in het burgermannenkamp Baros 5 in Tjimahi, de periode okt.'43-okt.'44 en wat er daarna gebeurde. Een terugblik van een aantal onder ons op hun ervaring van toen (Soest 2002)