Whereas Nicholson disapproves of acts of sabotage and other deliberate attempts to delay progress, Toosey encouraged this: termites were collected in large numbers to eat the wooden structures, and the concrete was badly mixed. The victorious Japanese soldiers cooperate with their prisoners, who strive to establish their superiority through the construction of the bridge. As the film and book meant to 'portray' the bridge over the Mae Klong, the Thai authorities officially renamed the river. Boulle's portrayal of the British officers was satirical, for example, Colonel Nicholson is a military snob. Toosey, in fact, delayed building the bridge by obstruction. Boulle also examines friendship between individual soldiers, both among captors and captives. Saito reiterates his demand and Nicholson remains adamant in his refusal to submit his officers to manual labor. For the film, see The Bridge on the River Kwai. While on the outside, as the Allies race to destroy the bridge, Nicholson must decide which to sacrifice: his patriotism or his pride.
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