Map of situation in India and Burma, Nov 1943-May 1944

Caption   Map of situation in India and Burma, Nov 1943-May 1944 ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 5 Mar 2011

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1. Anonymous says:
9 Mar 2012 09:55:18 AM

its a amazing website. I liked it.
2. R.K. Birjit Singh says:
29 Apr 2013 01:08:22 AM

Many World War II equipments are still lying in our village.
3. Meshim dangsa says:
4 May 2013 02:30:32 AM

I,ve gain lot of information on anglo-indian force and japanese troops fighting for supremacy in Manipur and Nagaland during WW-II in the battle of Imphal and Kohima. My special aim for reading this article is to find informations and sponsors who are willing to grant funds for the construction and making of MILLITARY WAR CEMETERY OF WW-II at PULBUNG HILLS (historian may called PLUM HILLS) at MACHI, Chandel dist. of present Manipur. I am being a drafter of master plan for developing Machi Town and its surrounding areas, have included the site reserved esp. for the aforesaid purpose and as a tourist spot. The said place between Tengnoupal and Imphal and hold its importance as a community centre of Maring Tribe. Any interested orgs. or sponsors can contact at my email address or mobile no. 0961-283-9168 for further informations.

4. kenneth Louveaux says:
13 Jan 2018 03:46:52 AM

My father worked as a doctor with the 10 th Casualty Clearing Station. He came over from Belgian Congo with Colonel Thomas. I am now trying to discover more about the operations in 1944 and 1945to which this 10th CCS particiapted. Any information on the 10th CCS would be appreciated.
Kenneth Louveaux
5. Leslie says:
7 Aug 2018 01:27:48 PM

I am looking information about the 1 th Casualty Clearing Station. Especially the Congolese medical auxiliaries who worked there. Any information will be appreciated.


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