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The Netherlands records, on top of the 1,914 Dutch casualties, 1,396 “lascars, Chinese, Indonesians and other foreigners” lost from its ships.

America honours 5,302, including its merchant navy gunners. Counting those who died of injuries ashore or in prisoner of war camps, the total is 47,000 at the very lowest estimate*, or roughly 10 men for each and every allied ship lost, commemorated in cemeteries or memorials from Halifax, Nova Scotia, to the Pacific.

“It wasn’t their war,” one old merchant sailor told me when I asked about the Chinese shipmates who had shared his lifeboat.

In 1952 my grandmother reluctantly had Bert Sivell declared dead.

Did the parents of Foo Yee Yain, 23, the pantry boy, ever know their son had not willingly abandoned them?Canada commemorates 1,437 Canadian merchant men lost at sea.Occupied Norway, Denmark and Belgium account for approximately 6,513, not including those who died in captivity.w=300&h=225 300w, https://monkbarns.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/wreath.jpg? w=600&h=450 600w, https://monkbarns.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/wreath.jpg? w=150&h=113 150w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" / It is cold in the Atlantic in March at 2am and 57 names take a long time to scatter one by one.The wind whipped round my oilskins, snatching at the slips of paper that filled both pockets as I read each name before releasing it to the sea.

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