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Two British officers and a Sikh radioman near Imphal, India, Mar-Jul 1944Scraggy Hill/Ito Hill after fierce fighting, near Imphal, India, Apr 1944
Two British officers and a Sikh radioman near Imphal, India, Mar-Jul 1944Scraggy Hill/Ito Hill after fierce fighting, near Imphal, India, Apr 1944
British Hawker Hurricane Mk IIC fighter of No. 42 Squadron RAF, piloted by Flying Officer Campbell, attacking a bridge on the Nambol River near Imphal, India, May 1944Gurkha troops advancing with tanks on the Imphal-Kohima Road, India, Mar-Jul 1944
British Hawker Hurricane Mk IIC fighter of No. 42 Squadron RAF, piloted by Flying Officer Campbell, attacking a bridge on the Nambol River near Imphal, India, May 1944Gurkha troops advancing with tanks on the Imphal-Kohima Road, India, Mar-Jul 1944
View of Garrison Hill after battle, near Kohima, India, Apr-May 1944British and Indian troops in the Imphal-Kohima area, India, Mar-Jul 1944
View of Garrison Hill after battle, near Kohima, India, Apr-May 1944British and Indian troops in the Imphal-Kohima area, India, Mar-Jul 1944
Destroyed commissioner
Destroyed commissioner's bungalow and tennis court, Kohima, India, Mar-Jul 1944
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