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Burma Campaign-Home

Burmese Battleground

Burma Army 1937-43

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Officers & Men of the Burma Army

Researching Ancestors in the Burma Army

British Army in Burma

Campaign Outline


Orders of Battle


Bookstore - UK

Modern Burma

British & Commonwealth Orders of Battle Website

Veterans Organisations and Contacts

Forces Reunited - probably the largest database of Forces and Ex-Forces personnel.  Run by Ex-Forces personnel
Burma Star - a website in support of the Burma Star Association and British veterans.  Includes unit details, medals, badges, links, contacts and discussions
656 Air Observation Post Squadron - run on behalf of the Squadron Association, the site also contains a brief unit history.  Buy a copy of "Fire by Order", the recollections of a former pilot - signed by the author himself

Other Burma and Related Historical Sites

The Anglo-Burmese Library A site dedicated to the collection, indexing and preservation of records and histories of families in colonial-era Burma. The link above takes you to the 'War Against Japan' page. Details available include lists of officers in the Burma Army.
Chindit Chasing, Operation Longcloth 1943 - Steve Fogden's excellent site.
Chindits Special Force Burma 1943-1944 - This site aims to tell the story of the Chindits. Research
is still in progress and new sections will be added when they are ready. The author welcomes feedback.
The Burma Campaign Society - A new historical study society established to promote understanding through research and debate of Britain and Japan's encounter during the Second World War and of the consequences of it.
The Kohima Museum - The Museum commemorates the deeds and actions of the British 2nd Division from 1942 - 1946
George Burgard's Flying Tiger Days -  a history of the AVG led by Claire Lee Chennault.  This site is built on a diary written by the author's father between September 24, 1941 and July 4, 1942, and his photo journal which was completed after he returned from Burma-China. 

Other Links, Travel to Mynamar

Pandaw Boat Pandaw River Expeditions - a journey on Burma’s Irrawaddy River is one of life’s great travel experiences. No vessel could be more appropriate for this than the RV Pandaw. Built in Scotland in 1947, the Pandaw is the same design as the original Irrawaddy Flotilla Company steamers.

26 April, 2017


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