Burma in World War II Video

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As a million Allied soldiers retake Burma's capital, Rangoon, POWs captured by the Japanese in 1942 are freed. Early 1945.0:45, 1.2 MB

Burma in World War II

Burma was separated from India in 1935, but remained a British colony. Far away from the European War, Burma was the scene of frantic building during 1941. A long and difficult construction marked the construction of the Burma Road, which winded through mountains and valleys from Lace, Burma to Kunming, China. The 700 mile road was in service for the Allies from 1938 until the Japanese conquered Lashio in April 1942. The Burma Road was closed.

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