THE CHINDIT WAR - The Campaign in Burma, 1944.
Book Cub Associates, London, 1979, club edn., 304pp, 16pp half tone photo ills., 1 doble page and 10 other maps in text, calf coloured rexine covered boards lettered in gilt at spine, pictorial dustwrapper, an authoritative account of the 1944 Burma Campaign when 3,000 American troops (Merrill's Marauders) and 17,000 'Chindits' (British, Ghurkas, Nigerian, Burmese and Chinese troops) filtered behind the Japanese lines in Burma to open up the land route to China, contrasting their methods of warfare and relating the friction between the the two commands, edges tanned and faintly foxed, dustwrapper: lightly rubbed with short nicks at extrems., very good plus in a very good dustwrapper,
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Keywords: ww2 burma chindit merrill wingate stilwell