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Eric Lomax Biography

Eric Lomax Biography

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Full NameEric Lomax
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Place of birthScotland, UK
NationalityBritish
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Eric Lomax was one of the great British Army officers, Who has sacrificed his life for the nation.  He was a brave person who did not think about his life, but he thought about everyone’s life and made the UK a better place to live.According to the information from the past, he was single and he died single. There is no such information about his affairs and his girlfriend in the past days. He lived a long life, he was 93years old when he died.

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Who is Eric Lomax?

Eric Lomax was an English Armed force officer. He was one of the valiant Armed force among all. In 1942, he was sent to a  Japanese wartime captive camp. He is known for a book named  The Railroad Man, which won the NCR Book Grant and the PEN/Ackerley Prize.

Eric Lomax's Early life, Adolescence, and Education

Eric Lomax was conceived on 30 May 1919, in  Scotland, UK. He examined at  Illustrious Secondary School, Edinburgh. When he was 16, he exited his school and joined and entering a common administration rivalry. H e turned into an arranging representative and telegraphist in Edinburgh on 8 April 1936. He was elevated to the administrative class on 10 Walk 1937. Adjacent to this, there is no such data in regards to his initial life and about his instructive history.

Eric Lomax's Vocation, Pay, Net Worth

Eric Lomax began as a  English Armed force officer. He was one of the dynamic and a standout amongst other armed force officer of his time. At the age of 19, he joined the Regal Corps of Signs before World War II broke out. On 28 December 1940, he was advanced, to the second lieutenant. His administration number was 165340. ON 1942, February he was caught by the Japanese after the surrender of Singapore. He was compellingly taken to  Kanchanaburi, Thailand. In Thailand, he was compelled to build the Burma Railroad. He and five English troopers were burnt by  Kempeitai. He was then exchanged to Outram Street Jail in Singapore for the rest of the war. In 1949, he was granted as  Productivity Award. He was likewise allowed as the privileged rank of captain.In 1949, he resigned from the English armed force. He joined  Provincial Administration and was presented on the Gold Drift. From that point onward, he worked for Scottish Gas Board and Strathclyde College. He resigned in 1982. As indicated by the information, he was the main patient of  Medical Establishment for the Consideration of Casualties of Torture.

Eric Lomax's  Rumors and Controversy

There was talk that 'He had viably experienced the lottery of death among the chain passes on the Burma-Siam Railroad'. By and by things were substantially more appalling. Rebuked for being a covert agent, he had been left to the altruistic activities of the Japanese furnished power's riddle police.

Eric Lomax Death

He kicked the bucket in  Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland on 8 October 2012.     Updated On Tue Oct 23 2018 Published On Tue Oct 23 2018 By Married Bio

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