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Two days before World War Two ended 65 years ago, the book Lost Track will be released during the opening of the photo exhibition Burma- Siam Railway: 65 years on.
During the opening of the exhibition railway veterans, Geo Hakkenberg, Felix Jans, Felix Bakker and Sip Fokkens who survived working on the Death Railway, will be interviewed. The writer, Geert Mak, will tell a personal story about his father, the army chaplain Reverend Mak, who worked on the Burma-Thailand Railway.
Opening: Friday 13th August at 14:00 (opening, invitation only)
Date: Saturday 14th August until Sunday 26th September (open to public)
Location: Herinneringscentrum Kamp Westerbork, Oosthalen 8, 9414 TG Hooghalen, The Netherlands
For more information and if you are interested to receive an invitation for the opening on Friday 13th August 2010 look at www.neolux.info