Kanchanaburi, Thailand is located about one hundred miles northwest of Bangkok. It is the site of a bridge and railway that Japanese forces built during World War II with the labor of several hundred thousand conscripted civilians and 60,000 prisoners of war principally British, Australian and Dutch. The bridge, which made famous by the movie […]The Kwai River Bridge And Thai – Burma Death Railway — Salsaworldtraveler’sblog
A Wartime Bridge series article that takes us to Asia and this bridge, where the Japanese troops forced imprisoned American troops to build. The story here…..