The War Illustrated, No. 210 Vol 9 July 6th1945

M OIk eWer t l M u sP/ j /tc flAT 2/0 Edited by Sir John Ham m erron SIXPENCE I j y s j .//////C/////U /IV l l JULY 6,1945 NO. 211 WILL BE PUBLISHED FRIDAY. JULY 20 LEADERS IN THE BURMA CAMPAIGN met in Rangoon after the city's fall on May 3,1945. They are (left ta right) Lt.-Gen. Sir William Slim, G.O.C.-in-C. the 14th Army Air Marshal S.F .Vincent, A.O.C. 221st Group, R.A.F. and Maj.-Gen. H.M. Chambers, commanding the 26th Division which occupied Rangoon. British forces were carrying the full weight of the Burma fighting, it was declared on June 9, following the transfer of the U.S. Mars Tasl< Force to China, and the withdrawal of the U.S. air forces fro-»> S.E.A.C. Formation of anew Army—the 12th—under Lt.-Gon. Sir Montagu Stopford, was announced on May 31. Photo, British Official
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