|Availability:||In stock (4)|
The Thai-Burma railway, also known as the 'Death Railway' saw 60,000 Prisoners of War working in appalling conditions, under Japanese imprisonment. The Japanese captors offered no medical treatement for the tropical diseases and malnutrition that they would succumb to. It was then left to the Allied POW doctors to treat the the sick with little medical equipment or drugs. Despite this, with great ingenuity they managed to save hundreds of lives.
All on-line shop sales support the National Army Museum and by purchasing this book, you are directly supporting the National Army Museum.
Join Julie Summers and Geoff Gill from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in conversation with Emma Mawdsley on the 15th August, as part of the National Army Museum's VJ75 Never Forgotten series - Memories of the Burma Railway. Full event details can be found on the National Army Museum's What's On listings.