Burma 1943-1944: A Ladybird Expert Book

Burma 1943-1944: A Ladybird Expert Book

(WW2 #10)

Summary

PRE-ORDER BOOK 11 OF THE LADYBIRD EXPERT HISTORY OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR, FROM AWARD-WINNING HISTORIAN JAMES HOLLAND

Why were British troops in Burma?
What was The Defence of the Admin Box?
How did the British defeat the Japanese troops?


THE BURMA CAMPAIGN
was one of the most prolonged campaigns in the South-East Asian theatre of war, but it was also one of the most dramatic.

Against Japanese troops, and monsoon weather, the Allies finally prevailed, demonstrating to the world that the Axis powers could be defeated in the East.

BRITAIN'S TURNING POINT IN THE WAR IN THE EAST

Written by historian, author and broadcaster James Holland, Burma 1943-1944 is an essential, accessible introduction to Britain's triumph in the East.

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About the author

James Holland

James Holland is an award-winning historian, writer, and broadcaster. The author of a number of best-selling histories including Battle of Britain, Dam Busters, and most recently, The War in the West, he has also written nine works of historical fiction, including the Jack Tanner novels. He has presented - and written - a large number of television programmes and series, and is also Co-founder of the Chalke Valley History Festival. He can be found on Twitter as @James1940.
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