4 edition of Burma, the untold story found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||D767.6 .C42 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 138 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||86009504|
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Won-loy Chan*4, Burma: The Untold Story, Presidio Press, Novato CA,pp *1：U.S. Office of War Information *2：女子愛国奉仕隊 *3：U.S. Northern Combat Area Command *4：Colonel Chan was a combat intelligence officer on the staff of Genral Joseph W. Miss Burma by Charmaine Craig Inspired by the remarkable true story of Craig’s mother, whose father was Indian Jewish and whose mother was from the Karen minority in southern Burma.
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The Forgotten Theater of WWII of China-Burma-India: The Untold Story of the First Chinese Expeditionary Force Paperback – February 7, by Ally Diwik (Author), Junyi Han (Author)Author: Ally Diwik, Junyi Han.
Lost Warriors of the Forgotten War tells the sensational, but little-known, story of Major Hugh Seagrim GC, DSO, MBE; the T.E. Lawrence of Burma, who volunteered to stay behind the Japanese lines for over two and a half years to raise an army amongst the loyal Karens of eastern Burma in the most successful guerrilla operation of the Second World War/5(20).
Untold story: Extract 7 SPECIAL COMMAND – 1. In the middle ofa new Command, called SPECIAL COMMAND – 1, was set up inside Burma, near the Burma-Thai border, opposite to. Published inMorrison’s book remained the only biography of Seagrim until the historian Philip Davies wrote Lost Warriors: Seagrim and Pagani of Burma, The last great untold story of WWII.
Davies helped Thant Myint-U set up the Yangon Heritage Trust inso he is no newcomer to the Myanmar scene and his previous books include works on the architectural heritage of India.
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