The Red Cross sent a number of letters to Frank’s family. The correspondence includes references to broadcasts from Radio Singapore and the correct way to send mail to a prisoner of war.
Letter dated 29th June 1944: Radio broadcast
This letter was sent to the Larkin family regarding a Japanese radio broadcast of the 28th March, 1944. The letter, and the others described on this page, were sent by the Red Cross Bureau for Wounded, Missing and Prisoners of War.
Letter dated 5th July 1944: B.33 leaflet
This letter was sent to the Larkin family together with the B.33 letter detailed below. The Larkin family had requested a B.33 leaflet from the Red Cross Bureau for Wounded, Missing and Prisoners of War. The B.33 leaflet sets out in great detail how to prepare and address mail destined for a prisoner of war.