Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 26, No 5

BURMA BATTLEFRONT I W W I I I im rj*C s m tL -.aU i J W *.¦f c.:r<. i^C-- ¦I¦¦II¦¦ I ¦BRITISH TANK SON THE WAR-PATH British tanks fighting their throughway incredibly difficult jungle and mountain country have played an important part in driving the Japanese from Burma. Here I.ee Grant tanks are seen clearing a village south of Mandalay. THE SUPREME COMMANDER IN MANDALAY Mandalay was liberated on 20th March and this photograph taken on the following day shows the Supreme Allied Commander Lord Louis Mountbatten seated on a captured 75-mm. gun and congratulating men of the Royal Armoured Corps who had helped to free the city. N 199
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