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Construction of the Burma-Thailand Railway

  • Kazuo Tamayama

Abstract

On the morning of 5 July 1942, I was walking from Ban Pong to Nong Pladuk station under a blue sky with two assistant engineers. I was sweating as I had on the khaki uniform of an army civilian employee, with a sword and leather gaiters. Nong Pladuk is a small station on the Southern Siam main line which runs from Bangkok to the Malaya border.

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Work Site Steel Bridge Branch Camp Japanese Soldier Japanese Army 
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Notes

  1. 1.
    Owen Sanders, Incident at Featherston (Heinemann, New Zealand, 1996) p. 18Google Scholar
  2. Mike Nicolaide, The Featherston Chronicles — A Legacy of War (HarperCollins, New Zealand, 1999).Google Scholar

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© Kazuo Tamayama 2005

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