Australia honours local man for WW2 Death March track work
Published on: Tuesday, May 11, 2021
By: Kan Yaw Chong
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Goledzinowski and wife Lyn Allan at Zudin 15 August 2020 Taviu Forest Reserve.
Kota Kinabalu: The central local figure who first located and then spent another 10 years perfecting the long lost 256km long World War Two Death March track from Sandakan to Ranau,  received his deserved Letter of Commendation from the Australian High Commission on Monday.

The letter was presented to Tham Yau Kong by Datuk Andrew Shim, the Australian Consul to Sabah.  


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