LONG WAY BACK TO THE RIVER KWAI
For three and a half years, Velmans toiled in slave-labor camps building the railway made famous by The Bridge on the River Kwai, which would supply the Japanese invasion of India. Some 200,000 POWs and laborers died building this Railway of Death. Almost sixty years later he returned to where he nearly died. From that emotional visit comes this stunning memoir. Photos.
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