Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 26, No 8

BURMA BATTLEFRONT ON THE WAY TO RANGOON Men oi the 14th Army (0/7 Rajput Rifles) mopping-up in the little road-junction town of Pyawbe 300 miles from Rangoon. This marked a decisive phase in the opening-up of the British drive into Southern Burma. t r i i i PRIMITIVE TRANSPORT Troops of the 26th Indian Division which captured Taungup upbringing rations on bullock carts captured from the enemy. With the capture of Tauneup Arakan was almost cleared of the Japanese after a campaign lasting two and a half years.
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