Joe Harman's prewar home is located in the Northern Territory of Australia, midway between Adelaide and Darwin.
The Golden Casket
The Queensland State lottery that raises money for hospitals.
A coral island several hours offshore of Brisbane, Australia, is where Jean Paget and Joe Harman get reacquainted after the war.
The capital city of Malaya, it is the headquarters of the Kuala Perak Plantation Company, which employs Arthur Paget until his death in 1935, his son Donald from 1937 until the outbreak of war, and his younger sister Jean for 18 enjoyable months beginning in the winter of 1939.
A small Malayan town with a resident District Commissioner that finds itself burdened with 40 refugees, mostly Englishwomen of humble birth as Japanese invasion forces push toward Kuala Lumpur.
The Malay village in which the prisoners finally settle for the duration of the war...
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