These poignant cartoons are the lost and found art of a British prisoner of war

When Des Bettany was held in the notorious Japanese prisoner of war camp Changi, he drew cartoons to boost the morale of his fellow soldiers. Now, more than a decade on from Mr Bettany's death, his family has found nearly 60 paintings from those he served with following an appeal.

Mr Bettany was born in Burnley and was kept in Changi, which is in Singapore, between 1942-1945.

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