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Very Good. DJ Very Good. Octavo. In 1944 the Allies sent 20, 000 special troops to invade Japanese held Burma with the intention of clearing a land route to reach China. The "Chindits" were mostly British troops who were a part of that mission. A lot of hand-to-hand jungle action in this book. 304pp. Ex-library with usual markings and labels, card pocket rear. Dust jacket in plastic sleeve, glued to end papers.
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Illustrated. Good in Good jacket. In this book the author provides an in depth history of the Chindit march through Burma during the critical year of 1944. Book and jacket are both in good condition with edgewear, rubbing, sticker remnant on the jacket, wear, and soil. 1st American edition. 304 indexed pages, 9 x 6.
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