British Army convoy of Canadian Chevrolet CMP 3-ton trucks crossing a temporary bridge in Burma on their way to Rangoon (now Yangon), 26 Apr 1945.River vessels carrying troops of Indian 15th Corps on the Rangoon River, Burma, circa May 1945Sgt Frank Bond, a photographer with the USAAF 40th Photo-Recon Squadron, found the streets littered with Japanese Occupation Currency as US forces entered Rangoon, Burma (now Yangon, Myanmar), May 3 1945. Photo 1 of 2.Sgt Frank Bond, a photographer with the USAAF 40th Photo-Recon Squadron, found the streets littered with Japanese Occupation Currency as US forces entered Rangoon, Burma (now Yangon, Myanmar), May 3 1945. Photo 2 of 2.
British Army convoy of Canadian Chevrolet CMP 3-ton trucks crossing a temporary bridge in Burma on their way to Rangoon (now Yangon), 26 Apr 1945.River vessels carrying troops of Indian 15th Corps on the Rangoon River, Burma, circa May 1945Sgt Frank Bond, a photographer with the USAAF 40th Photo-Recon Squadron, found the streets littered with Japanese Occupation Currency as US forces entered Rangoon, Burma (now Yangon, Myanmar), May 3 1945. Photo 1 of 2.Sgt Frank Bond, a photographer with the USAAF 40th Photo-Recon Squadron, found the streets littered with Japanese Occupation Currency as US forces entered Rangoon, Burma (now Yangon, Myanmar), May 3 1945. Photo 2 of 2.
Japanese surrender envoys led by General Numata Takazo escorted by British officers at Mingaladon airfield, Rangoon for the surrender of the Southern Army in Burma, 28 Aug 1945. They arrived in a Mitsubishi Ki-57 ‘Topsy’
Japanese surrender envoys led by General Numata Takazo escorted by British officers at Mingaladon airfield, Rangoon for the surrender of the Southern Army in Burma, 28 Aug 1945. They arrived in a Mitsubishi Ki-57 ‘Topsy’


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