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THE BRITISH ARMY IN BURMA 1944

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Soldiers of 4th Corps rest with their mules after crossing the Chindwin River near Sittaung before pushing east to link up with the 36th Division, 17 November 1944.

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British troops rest with their mules after crossing the Chindwin River near Sittaung in Burma, 17 November 1944.

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