The War Illustrated No 154 Vol 6 May 14th 1943

WiTh f i/f v d 6 m e v v e y i i z i u x d M u e u /at 754 Edited by Sir John*H&mmerfon SIXPENCE MAY 14,1 S43 THE ELEPHANT RETURNS TO ACTIVE SERVICE. U.S. troops in India, constructing bases near the Burmese border, have adopted the elephant (no newcomer to battlefields of the East) as a powerful ally: as, before them, the Japanese used elephant transport in their advance into Burma early in 1942. American soldiers in a jungle outpost in the Naga Hills region are here shown adjusting a load while their patient beast of burden waits to lumber off. <Photo, Sport< 5 -General
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