Pai Bridge

The bridge over the River Pai is often cited as the most conspicuous evidence of the presence of the Imperial Japanese Army
in Thailand during WWII. Unfortunately the statement is in error, as is much other information about that period . . . .

Lanna-ww2

Japan in Northwest Thailand during World War II

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(Listed from north to south)
     
      Town/
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Station
 
Description
       
      Mae Sai
     
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General
     
0001
   
           
      Chiang Rai
     
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General
     
0001
  Route 1
     
0001
  Airport
           
      Wiang Haeng
     
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General
     
1322
   
       
      Lamphun
     
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General
     
0011
  Airport
     
0106
  Lamphun town
     
1029
  Jack Newkirk crash site
           
      Pa Sang
     
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General
     
0106
  Route 0106: IJA memorial
     
0106
  Fujita
           
      Lampang
     
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General
     
0001
  Airports
     
0001
  Railway station
           
      Phrae
     
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General
     
0101
   
           
      Mae Sam Laep
     
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General
     
1194
   
           
      Uttaradit
     
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General
     
0011
   
           
      Tak
     
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General
     
0001
   
           
      Mae Sot
     
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General
     
0105
  Charlie Boyd anecdote
     
0105
  Airport
           
           
           
     


NOTES

1.^ Map is extracted from แผนที่ทางหลวงประเทสไทย Scale: 1:1,600,000 (กรุงเทพมหานคร:กรมทางหลวง, 2009) [Road Map of Thailand, Scale 1:1,600,000 (Bangkok: Department of Public Highways, 2009)] (foldout map). Annotations are by author. Routes used by retreating IJA forces are here assumed to approximate currently existing roads.

 

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2012 Apr 30
First published on Internet
1 2012 May 30 Enlarged table of contents listings