British Indian Army in World War Two

British Indian Army in World War Two


THE CAMPAIGN IN BURMA, 1945, Among the pagodas on Mandalay Hill, the historic heart of Burma’s second city, Indian troops of 19th Division open fire on a Japanese strongpoint. 10 March 1945

Photo by Taylor R E (Sgt), No 9 Army Film & Photographic Unit, courtesy Imperial War Museum


Humber armoured cars of 10th Indian Division, 22 July 1944, advancing in Italy.

(Imperial War Museum)

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