|Service:||Imperial Japanese Navy|
|Date of Birth:||24 January 1920|
|Place of Birth:||Miyazaki-ken, Kyushu, Japan|
|Date of Death:||5 August 1944 (Aged 24 years)|
|8 May 1943||Interned at Gaythorne.|
|20 May 1943||To be transferred to Cowra.|
|21 May 1943||Marched in to Liverpool.|
Marched out to No. 12 POW Camp, Cowra.
|22 May 1943||Marched in to Cowra.|
|5 August 1944 †||Died of gun shot wound to left chest during attempted escape from Cowra POW Camp.|
|August 1944||Buried at Cowra War Cemetey (Grave No. Q.C.29).|
|Cemetery:||COWRA JAPANESE WAR CEMETERY|
National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1944, Prisoner of War/Internee: Nagatomo aka Sho, Katsuro aka Eiori; Date of birth - 24 Janaury 1920; Nationality - Japanese, MP1103/1, PWJA100015.
National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1945, Prisoner of War/Internee; Nagatomo Aka (sho), Katsuro Aka (eiwi); Year of birth - --20; Nationality - Japanese, MP1103/2, PWJA100015.
Record updated on 8 August 2018.
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