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D Wall, publisher, Mona Vale, Sydney - ISBN:0646160478, 1993. large format softcover, 6¾" x 9½. Book in VERY GOOD condition. This book describes the suffering of 3,600 Australians and 3,400 British Prisoners-Of-War who marched 300 kilometres at night through the jungle to the most isolated locality on the Burma-Thailand Railway, where they encountered cholera. Within 8 months 2,000 British and 1000 Australians had died. These losses would have been greater but for the dedicated Medical Officers and staff who worked to control the epidemic. This book identifies those Australians who died.