From Fort Changi, Singapore, now an internment camp for British Imperials, a wide-eyed Domei correspondent wrote last week:
"At one place along the way we passed a band of Scottish Highlanders marching toward internment, blowing lustily all the while on bagpipes. A monocled officer led them, sporting a cane in place of his saber. Not one face carried a shadow of sadness.
"We passed a second group stepping briskly along with the same lightheartedness. How they can do so is entirely beyond understanding to us who are Japanese.
"The more I see of them the...