Burma Railway (Death Railway)
In the height of World War II, the Japanese Army used forced labor to construct a 258-mile (415-kilometer) rail line between Thailand and Myanmar to aid in the transport of troops and supplies. By the time it was finished, 12,621 Allied POWs had died, as well as tens of thousands of Asian civilian laborers.
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