Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 15 No 8

GUARDING THE BAY OF BENGAL Control of Singapore has given the Japanese Navy access to the Bay of Bengal, which the Royal Navy are called 011 to defend. Above, personnel of Burma’s R.N .V.R. manning heavy artillery at a naval depot. IND EFEN C E OF RANGOON Rangoon is the port oi entry for war material bound for China. With the famous Schwe Dagon Pagoda in the background, soldiers of a British regiment defending the port are seen at practice with their Bren-gun. 120]
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