Survivors from Thailand
|Title||Survivors from Thailand|
|Maker||Griffin, Murray (Artist)|
|Place made||Singapore: Changi|
|Date made||c 1944|
|Medium||brush and brown ink and wash heightened with white, over pencil on paper|
|Measurement||662 mm (H) x 510 mm (L) x 41 mm (D)|
Drawing of men returned from Burma-Thailand railway. Griffin originally volunteered to go to the railway, thinking conditions might be better. He gave up his spot for another man and remained in Changi for his entire captivity. Griffin was appalled by the condition the men returned in from the railway. He sought to make records of events and conditions that occurred on the railway from survivor testimony.