the conditions for Japanese soldiers at the Australian camps where relatively good, but the Australians saw this as a sign of weakness. The prisoners where not tortured or starved to death, unlike the Australian POW who were kept in the Japanese camps.
Australian doctors during World War II had the same responsibilities as doctors from other countries. They had to treat the wounded and treat illnesses caused by the poor conditions soldiers had to endure.
Here list of main countris military size in world war 2 Britain: 3.5 Million Soldiers Italy: 4.25 Million Soldiers America: 13 Million Soldiers Nazi Germany: 25 Million Soldiers USSR: 32 Million Soldiers
During World War 2 there were, and still are, soldiers stationed all over Europe. It is possible, though not confirmed, that there were American soldiers stationed in South-East London during World War 2.