The true story of a WW2 POW camp on the River Kwai
A P.O.W. camp on the River Kwai
by Ernest Warwick
"A part of my young life will remain with you forever"
Ernest Edward Lawrence Warwick 1918-2009. R.I.P.
It made no difference who they were or what they were! They were all prisoners of war in the hands of the Japanese. As such, there existed among them a spirit of comradeship, born in captivity where man was to face the toughest test of human endurance. They became a special breed, burning with the spirit to fight on and survive.