Japan's Death Railway

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Published on Dec 03, 2019 at 10:12 am

In 1942, Japan has captured oil-rich Burma to secure the growing empire's future. But with its navy decimated at the Battle of Midway, Japan needs a new supply route. The result is a 258-mile railway cut through the toughest terrain known to man, all built using the blood and guts of 200,000 Allied prisoners of war and local laborers. Half of them will die on the tracks or in the terrible camps nearby.

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