The Sandakan camp, also known as Sandakan POW Camp (Malay: Kem Tawanan Perang Sandakan), was a prisoner-of-war camp established during World War II by the Japanese in Sandakan in the Malaysian state of Sabah. This site has gained notoriety as the Sandakan Death Marches started from here. pp. 152 First Edition Illustrated #0816 AUSTRALIAN MILITARY HISTORY: AUSTRALIANS AT WAR ANZAC Gallipoli World War I World War II Korea Vietnam Afghanistan R.A.N. Navy R.A.A.F.
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