The sad story about Thailand’s Death Railway (Kanchanaburi)

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The story we’ll tell you is not a happy one. We travelled to Kanchanaburi to search for a very dark piece of the history of Thailand. By visiting the bridge over the River Kwai and the Hellfire pass, we get an idea of how the Thailand-Burma railway was constructed and why it has cost the lives of more than 100 000 people.

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One thought on “The sad story about Thailand’s Death Railway (Kanchanaburi)

  • 20 March , 2023 at 01:54

    This was a WONDERFUL history lesson! You definitely brought awareness to things that took place. Thank you.


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