Second from the left on the front row is Able Seaman John Henry "Jack" Hill of the Royal Navy, who was taken prisoner after the sinking of SS Tottenham on the 17th June 1941. When he returned to the United Kingdom in April 1945, he spent six months in hospital, suffering from tuberculosis, weight loss to eight stone, deafness, renal failure, and he had also lost his teeth. He recovered and lived to 87 years. Copyright: Kathryn Lynch.