A British M3 Grant in Mandalay Burma, (Myanmar), during the Burma Campaign 1944–45, March 1945; Photo Source

A British M3 Grant in Mandalay Burma, (Myanmar), during the Burma Campaign 1944–45, March 1945; Photo Source

The Burma Campaign 19411945 The Campaign in Mandalay February March 1945 British mortars in action during the fighting for Meiktila 28 February 1945

The Burma Campaign 19411945 The Campaign in Mandalay February March 1945 British mortars in action during the fighting for Meiktila 28 February 1945

Burma Campaign Chinese troops on Stuart tanks Ledo road

Burma Campaign Chinese troops on Stuart tanks Ledo road

Burma Campaign 1942-1945 Photo Gallery

Burma Campaign 1942-1945 Photo Gallery

The Chindits were a British India ‘Special Force’“ that served in Burma and India in 1943 and 1944 during the Burma Campaign in World War II.

The Chindits were a British India ‘Special Force’“ that served in Burma and India in 1943 and 1944 during the Burma Campaign in World War II.

Troops of the 11th East Africa Infantry Division on the road to Kalewa, Burma, during the Chindwin River crossing. The 11th East Africa Infantry Division was composed of soldiers from the modern-day nations of Kenya, Uganda, Malawi, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. The division fought with the British Fourteenth Army in Burma (Myanmar) during the Burma Campaign. In the later part of 1944, the division pursued the Japanese retreating from Imphal in Northeast India down the Kabaw Valley in Burma and…

Troops of the 11th East Africa Infantry Division on the road to Kalewa, Burma, during the Chindwin River crossing. The 11th East Africa Infantry Division was composed of soldiers from the modern-day nations of Kenya, Uganda, Malawi, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. The division fought with the British Fourteenth Army in Burma (Myanmar) during the Burma Campaign. In the later part of 1944, the division pursued the Japanese retreating from Imphal in Northeast India down the Kabaw Valley in Burma and…

British troops (Wingate Raiders) at jungle base relaxing during break in Burma campaign action.

British troops (Wingate Raiders) at jungle base relaxing during break in Burma campaign action.

Operation Longcloth: The Burma Campaign of WWII – “The greatest guerrilla operation ever undertaken”

Operation Longcloth: The Burma Campaign of WWII – “The greatest guerrilla operation ever undertaken”

A Chinese soldier tends to a wounded comrade waiting to be transported to a medical dressing station behind the front lines during the Burma Campaign. Combined Allied forces, with soldiers from: China, British Burma (Myanmar), India, U.K., U.S.A., Gold Coast (Ghana), Gambia, Kenya, Nigeria, Northern Rhodesia (Zambia), Nyasaland (Malawi), Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), Uganda, Belgian Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo), Nepal and Canada would eventually drive the Japanese and Thai…

A Chinese soldier tends to a wounded comrade waiting to be transported to a medical dressing station behind the front lines during the Burma Campaign. Combined Allied forces, with soldiers from: China, British Burma (Myanmar), India, U.K., U.S.A., Gold Coast (Ghana), Gambia, Kenya, Nigeria, Northern Rhodesia (Zambia), Nyasaland (Malawi), Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), Uganda, Belgian Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo), Nepal and Canada would eventually drive the Japanese and Thai…

Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto February 27, 2017  The tranquil waters of this highland lake are flanked by high mountains and in the mists of dawn there is a quality of light and a quiet serenity that many visitors describe as mystic.  A traditional fisherman works in the early morning on Inle Lake, Myanmar’s second-largest freshwater lake and a candidate for World Heritage Site status. There are small villages along the banks with Buddhist temples, one-hut schools and bustling markets. Many…

Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto February 27, 2017 The tranquil waters of this highland lake are flanked by high mountains and in the mists of dawn there is a quality of light and a quiet serenity that many visitors describe as mystic. A traditional fisherman works in the early morning on Inle Lake, Myanmar’s second-largest freshwater lake and a candidate for World Heritage Site status. There are small villages along the banks with Buddhist temples, one-hut schools and bustling markets. Many…

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