One of the most horrific stories that comes from World War II, is the story of how the Japanese built the Burma-Siam railroad using allied prisoners of war as forced laborers. For every mile of track, 393 men are said to have died. Wearing nothing but loincloths, they worked for hours in scorching temperatures, chopping their way through tangled jungles
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