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I Was a Jap Prisoner of War On The Death Railway

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Length: 104 pages1 hour

Summary

these are the diaries of a scottish rubber planter who joined the volunteers in malayasia and then the indian army as an officer. this book relates his experiences fighting the japanese when they invaded malaysia, then his capture in singapore and incarceration as a prisoner of war, followed by his travels in various camps in siam (thailand) and working on the death railway along the river kwai. the diaries were written in excercise books and hidden throughout his imprisonment. had they been found torture and death were the penalty. contains some original photographs.

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