Join us in a tour that covers the story of Sandakan and the death marches which is one of the most tragic of World War Two. It is also one of the most heroic. Despite appalling conditions, the prisoners never gave up. Their heroism, their determination and their indomitable spirit are testimony to the strength of the human spirit and an inspiration to all. Of the 2434 prisoners incarcerated at Sandakan, 1787 were Australian. The remaining 641 were British. Our tour will give you a unique chance, with your experienced guide, to gain an insight into the rich background of the nation we can see today in this once in a lifetime opportunity.
Your guide: Robin Russell
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NB: Operated through Tropical Sky by Spirit of Remembrance