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A railway was built from Burma to Thailand during WWII. What is the correct name for this railway? Is it the Siam-Burma Railway?

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    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Do you mean the Thialand Burma Railway?

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    http://www.tbrconline.com/

    =)

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    See the movie, "Bridge over the River Kwai"- Super depiction of this era.

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