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The Thailand-Burma Railway, Voluntary accounts Volume 1 of The Thailand-Burma Railway, Documents and Selected Writings, Paul H.
Kratoska, ISBNEditor. The Thailand-Burma Railway,Volume 1: Documents and Selected Writings by Paul H. Kratoska avg rating — 0 ratings — published The construction of the railway between Thailand and Burma in the Second World War using forced labour and prisoners of 1942-1946 has been the subject of numerous memoirs, novels 1942-1946 the famous Hollywood film The Bridge over the River Kwai.
Yet documentation and primary sources offering an account of the railway from a Japanese, Allied, POW and post-war perspective are.
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This volume contains first-hand accounts of life under these conditions, and reprints diary extracts and memoirs of the prisoners working to construct the railway.
Volume Three: Asian Labourers on the Railway The Japanese recruited coolies in Thailand, Burma, Malaya and Java to assist in the construction of the railway in Volume Three: Asian Labourers on the Railway The Japanese recruited coolies in Thailand, Burma, Malaya and Java to assist in the construction of the railway in These labourers suffered the same maltreatment as their POW colleagues, and volume three reprints their accounts of life on the railway.5/5(2).
This book presents one of the most vivid descriptions of day-to-day life in a Japanese POW labour camp to have appeared so far.
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Many will recollect having seen the film, The Bridge on The River Kwai. It tended to. List of Records useful for Researches held at the NA - Kew: Also available on The list includes all The National Archive pieces itemised by archival reference and followed by the piece description.
AIR 40/ British POWs liberated from Rangoon Jail, BT / Deceased Merchant Navy POWs, British, Asiatic, Chinese, Adenese, Goanese and. Apart from these minor irritants, the book provides a refreshing new perspective on twentieth-century Thai history, particularly on Thailand's role in and around the Second World War.
REFERENCES Kratoska, Paul H. "General Introduction". In The Thailand-Burma Railway, Documents and Selected Writings: Volume 1, Summary. The Thailand-Burma Railway was primarily built by the Japanese during the world war two for the transportation of support of the Japanese Army in Burma and as well as to conquer and invade India.
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REFERENCES. Kratoska, Paul H. “General Introduction”. The Thailand–Burma Railway, – Documents and Selected Writings: Volume I, Summary.
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