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    'The Burma Campaign: Disaster into Triumph 1942 - 1945' by Frank McLynn shows the author's skill as a writer but might have been better served by a narrower focus.



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    Thanks, that is worth looking at. Grandfather's cousin was involved in building the Burma Road as a prisoner of war. He luckily survived, as you know the Japanese did not acknowledge the Geneva Convention. But he was a physical ruin and only lived into the 1950s.
    When looking for the reason why things go wrong, never rule out stupidity, Murphy's Law Nș 8
    Those who do not remember history are doomed to repeat it. George Santayana
    "Ach du schwein" a German parrot captured at Bukoba GEA the only prisoner taken

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