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Allied Theater commander Gen Joseph Stilwell and Chinese Gen Sun Liren, Burma (now Myanmar), 1942British and Chinese troops on a British M3 Stuart tank after Chinese troops relieved 7,000 British troops who had been surrounded by the Japanese in the Battle of Yenangyaung, Burma (now Myanmar), 19 Apr 1942
Allied Theater commander Gen Joseph Stilwell and Chinese Gen Sun Liren, Burma (now Myanmar), 1942British and Chinese troops on a British M3 Stuart tank after Chinese troops relieved 7,000 British troops who had been surrounded by the Japanese in the Battle of Yenangyaung, Burma (now Myanmar), 19 Apr 1942
Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942, photo 1 of 3Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 3
Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942, photo 1 of 3Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 3
Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942, photo 3 of 3Commanding officer Liu Fangwu of the Chinese 113th Regiment. This regiment freed over 7,000 British troops, US missionaries, and US journalists in the Battle of Yenangyaung, Burma (now Myanmar), 19 Apr 1942
Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942, photo 3 of 3Commanding officer Liu Fangwu of the Chinese 113th Regiment. This regiment freed over 7,000 British troops, US missionaries, and US journalists in the Battle of Yenangyaung, Burma (now Myanmar), 19 Apr 1942
Chinese and Indian soldiers in Burma, Dec 1942Men of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional) decoding intercepted Japanese messages, Burma, 1945; Sindelar, Thompson, and Dennis Collins
Chinese and Indian soldiers in Burma, Dec 1942Men of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional) decoding intercepted Japanese messages, Burma, 1945; Sindelar, Thompson, and Dennis Collins
Chinese soldiers marching toward the Salween front during the Burma Campaign, 1943.US Army Medical Corps doctor Colonel Gordon Seagraves speaking to US and Chinese officers, Ningam Sakan, northern Burma, 24 Dec 1943
Chinese soldiers marching toward the Salween front during the Burma Campaign, 1943.US Army Medical Corps doctor Colonel Gordon Seagraves speaking to US and Chinese officers, Ningam Sakan, northern Burma, 24 Dec 1943
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, Lieutenant General Sun Liren, and others attending a Christmas holiday program, Ningam Sakan, northern Burma, 25 Dec 1943US Army personnel celebrating the Christmas holiday, Ningam Sakan, northern Burma, 25 Dec 1943
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, Lieutenant General Sun Liren, and others attending a Christmas holiday program, Ningam Sakan, northern Burma, 25 Dec 1943US Army personnel celebrating the Christmas holiday, Ningam Sakan, northern Burma, 25 Dec 1943
Member US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional) Walt Graybill, Burma, 194513-year-old Chinese military laborer Chen Youli, Burma, 1944
Member US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional) Walt Graybill, Burma, 194513-year-old Chinese military laborer Chen Youli, Burma, 1944
Chinese soldier with monkey, Burma, 1940sGeneral Wei Lihuang on a horse, Burma, 1943-1944
Chinese soldier with monkey, Burma, 1940sGeneral Wei Lihuang on a horse, Burma, 1943-1944
Jeep working the Ledo Road assigned to the pipeline project that built a fuel pipeline to China alongside the Ledo Road, 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell awarding the Legion of Merit to Chinese 22nd Division commanding officer Major General Liao Yaoxiang, Burma, early 1944
Jeep working the Ledo Road assigned to the pipeline project that built a fuel pipeline to China alongside the Ledo Road, 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell awarding the Legion of Merit to Chinese 22nd Division commanding officer Major General Liao Yaoxiang, Burma, early 1944
Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten in Arakan, Burma, Feb 1944General Joseph Stilwell reading a letter at the Forward Echelon Headquarters, Taihpa Ga, Burma, 23 Feb 1944
Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten in Arakan, Burma, Feb 1944General Joseph Stilwell reading a letter at the Forward Echelon Headquarters, Taihpa Ga, Burma, 23 Feb 1944

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"Since peace is now beyond hope, we can but fight to the end."

Chiang Kaishek, 31 Jul 1937