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Tank Tracks to Rangoon: The Story of British Armour in Burma

by Bryan Perrett

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(1) 1944 (1) 1945 (1) Burma (3) Campaign History (1) CBI (1) Ground (1) India (2) Indian Army (1) military history (1) UK (1) WWII (5)

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A workmanlike account of a neglected theatre. The Armour of XIV Army was useful, but severely limited by the terrain for the most part of the war in the Far East. this is a necessary book for the student, but not very engaging. ( )
  DinadansFriend | Apr 14, 2017 |
The role of armoured units and formations in the Burma campaign is often overlooked. This book addresses this issue with a well written, narrative text. Key battles are covered, with several personal accounts included. Well recommended if you are interested in the Burma campaign. ( )
  RobPALMER | Mar 16, 2013 |
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