The Death Railway was built under harsh conditions with a disregard of the human cost. The museum provides a narrative of the fate of the camp commanders who literally worked the prisoners to death in a high humidity and hot climate. Most of the camp commanders were either sentenced to death or life imprisonment which is a small price for the thousands of prisoners and conscripted people that died constructing the Railway.
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