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Year 9 History Trip to the Remembrance Service in Kanchanaburi

To end a fantastic History Week, nine students from Year 9 and two members of staff made their way to Kanchanaburi to learn more about the impact of the Second World War on Thailand and to take part in a Remembrance Service in support of the Royal British Legion. As part of the service the students remembered the dead and reflected on the sacrifices so many have made.

  • Year 9 Kanchanaburi trip
  • Year 9 Kanchanaburi trip
  • Year 9 Kanchanaburi trip
  • Year 9 Kanchanaburi trip
  • Year 9 Kanchanaburi trip
  • Year 9 Kanchanaburi trip

Teresa from 9.1 reflected on the trip:

"During the trip, I learnt more about how and why the Death Railway was built, and how the Allied prisoners of war and Romusha (Southeast Asian labourers who were forced to work for the Japanese) were treated during its construction. I was especially shocked at how POWs and Romusha were still forced to work  even if they were sick with serious illnesses. Even though I had been to the part of the Death Railway before, I was still amazed at how people were able to cut out massive chunks of the mountain with only a hammer at Hellfire Pass.

On the second day, we attended the Remembrance Service. We had small roles to do; such as handing out water to soldiers and selling poppies. I spoke an important sentence in the ceremony as the representative of Regents’. I felt honored to represent us at such a significant event and to meet Mr. Archie Dunlop; a 95 year old veteran of World War Two."

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