Map of the China-Burma-India Theater highlighting the Burma and Ledo Roads to ChungkingMap of eastern India and northern Burma showing Japanese occupation and Allied supply routes in 1942. Note Burma Road, The Hump route, and the track of the future Ledo Road that opened in 1945.Map of Burma in 1944-45 showing lines of supply by rail and by road. Note the Burma Road and the Ledo Road labeled as the Stillwell Road.Map showing the fuel pipelines built along the Ledo (Stilwell) Road from Assam, India through Burma (now Myanmar) to Kunming, China, 1945.
Map of the China-Burma-India Theater highlighting the Burma and Ledo Roads to ChungkingMap of eastern India and northern Burma showing Japanese occupation and Allied supply routes in 1942. Note Burma Road, The Hump route, and the track of the future Ledo Road that opened in 1945.Map of Burma in 1944-45 showing lines of supply by rail and by road. Note the Burma Road and the Ledo Road labeled as the Stillwell Road.Map showing the fuel pipelines built along the Ledo (Stilwell) Road from Assam, India through Burma (now Myanmar) to Kunming, China, 1945.
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