Thailand Tour 2013
Kanchanaburi | Thailand
23 Oct 2013 | Wed
Day 07 of 43
River Kwai JEATH War Museum Kanchanaburi
The River Kwai JEATH War Museum in Kanchanaburi, Thailand is a must-visit for anyone interested in World War II history. The museum is dedicated to World War II and the atrocities that took place during the construction of the Burma-Siam Railway.
The museum contains a collection of photographs, documents, and personal belongings of prisoners of war who were held at the camp. There is also a section devoted to the history of the River Kwai Bridge, which was built by Allied prisoners of war and became famous after it was featured in the 1957 movie The Bridge on the River Kwai.
Visitors to the museum can learn about the daily life of prisoners at the camp, as well as the atrocities that were committed there.