THE DEATH RAILWAY: The Personal Account of Lieutenant Colonel Kappe on the Thai-Burma Railroad
The author was among the 5,000 British and Australian POWs who were offered relief from the squalor of Changi prison with a transfer to better conditions. But this promise was a lie, and the POWs soon found that Changi was nothing compared to the horror and brutality of the Thai-Burma railroad. Photos.
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Item #: 1915894
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