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Mission Ndona in Endeh

Town: Endeh
District: Flores
Region: Lesser Soenda Islands
Location: Endeh is on the south coast of Flores.
From May 1942 to 15 July 1942 this location served as a civilian camp >>
Internees: men, women, and children
Number of internees: 122
Information: Upon the occupation of Flores in mid-May 1942, the Japanese gathered all of the clergy and religious officials of Flores into the Ndona Mission of the Fathers of the Godly Word of Steyl, near Endeh. On 15 July, 84 priests and friars and 29 nuns were transported to Makassar. Only the Apostolic Vicar and 8 priests were allowed to remain.
Commendant: lt. Ashida Shoji