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Content: Burma during the Second World War Articls in periodicals, multiauthor publications etc. Mostly only 1 reference holding is quoted Siegfried M Schwertner South Asia Institute Heidelberg Processing July 2012 Headings starting with ` For abbreviations see http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/savifadok/volltexte/2009/254/pdf/01_Intr_etc_.pdf References: ArticleFirst Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) http://www.oclc.org/support/documentation/firstsearch/databases/dbdetails/details/ArticleFirst.htm Asia Pacific Media Services http://www.asiapacificms.com/ BAS Bibliography of Asian studies (online database) BiP Books in print : the master reference to titles, authors and publishers ; includes ISBNs. ­ Providence, NJ : Bowker, 1948­ BNB The British National Bibliography. BNB / publ. by The British Library. ­ London 1950 Brinkman Brinkman catalogus van boeken en tijdschriften. ­ Amsterdam: Brinkman [etc.], 1859/82­ COPAC National, Academic and Special Library Catalogue http://copac.ac.uk CrossRef Graham Graham, William Gordon Burma campaign memorial library| : a collection of books and papers about the war in Burma 1942-1945| / comp. by Graham and Frank Cole|. - London: School of Oriental and African Studies|, 1999. IX, 100 p. - Subtitle on cover and spine: Descriptive catalogue and bibliography. - Other authors: Burma Campaign Fellowship Group| 1
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ISBN 0-7286-0305-5 Herbert Herbert, Patricia M. Burma / Patricia M. Herbert, compiler. ­ Oxford ; Santa Barbara, Calif. ; Denver, Col.: Clio Pr., 1991. XXIV, 327 p., map, indexes. ­ (World bibliographical series ; 132) ISBN 1-85109-088-6 ; 058505827X (electronic bk.) ­ 850 titles on Burma JADE Aufsatzdatenbank der Universitдtsbibliothek Bielefeld http://www.ub.uni-bielefeld.de/databases/jade/jade_main.htm JSTOR Journal Storage LIBRIS LIBRIS [Online ressource] Kungl. Biblioteket, Libris-Avdelningen. ­ Stockholm, 1997­ OCLC Online Computer Library Center http://www.oclc.org MEDLINE®/PubMed® Sbrega Sbrega, John Joseph The war against Japan : 1941-1945 ; an annotated bibliography / John J. Sbrega. ­ New York [etc.] : Garland, 1989. XXV, 1050 S. ­ (Garland reference library of social science ; 258) (Wars of the United States ; 10) ­ ISBN 0-8240-8940-5 SEASC Southeast Asia subject catalog / [ed. by C. Hobbs ;] Library of Congress, Oriental Division. 6 vols. ­ Boston, Mass. : Hall, 1972. Shulman Shulman, Frank Joseph Burma : an annotated bibliographical guide to international doctoral dissertation research ; 1898-1985 / Frank Joseph Shulman. The Asia Program, the Wilson Center. ­ Lanham, MD ; New York ; London : Univ. Pr. of America, 1986. XVII, 247 p., indexes. ­ 707 titles. ­ ISBN 0-8191-5458-X ; 0-8191-5459-8 (pbk) Trager Trager, Frank Newton Burma : a selected and annotated bibliography / Frank N. Trager, with the assistance of Janelle Wang ; Dorothea Schoenfeldt; Ann Riotto ; Mary Parker ; Aung San Suu Kyi ; Robert Bordonaro and Frank Simonie. ­ New Haven: Human Relations Area Files Pr., 1973. XII, 356 p., index. ­ (Behavior science bibliographies) ­ 2086 titles on Burma ISBN 0-87536-227-3 Wellcome bibliography Wellcome bibliography for the history of medicine. ­ London : Wellcome Library for the History and Understanding of Medicine, 1954­ http://library.wellcome.ac.uk/node59.html
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`Abu Talib Ahmad The impact of the Japanese occupation on colonial and anticolonial armies in Southeast Asia / Abu Talib Ahmad in: Colonial armies in Southeast Asia / ed. By Karl Hack and Tobias Rettig, eds. ­ London: Routledge, 2006. p. 213-238. ­ (Routledge studies in the modern history of Asia ; 33) ­ ISBN 0-415-33413-6 Subject(s): Occupation, Japanese Ref.: (BAS)
D. HD-SAI(reg 60 D 797 Kp) GB: BL(P.633/5)* The campeigns in Asia and the Pacific in: Journal of strategic studies 13, 1990.1 March, 162-192 Facing up to defeat : Burma and Malay ; a great upheaval / Louis Allen. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 7.4. ­ London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2782-2785, illus. D: HD-SAI(reg 60 D 797 Kp)**
`Acton, Carol 'Stepping into history' : reading the Second World War through Irish women's diaries. in: Irish studies review (ISSN 0967-0882) 18.1, 2010, 39-56 Ref.: ArticleFirst `Aiton, H. F. The nutritional status of Japanese prisoners of war, Burma 1945. / R. Kark ; H. F. Aiton ; E. D. Pease in: Annals of internal medicine 25, 1946.Aug, 266-9 US: NLM Ref.: MEDLINE®/PubMed® `Alexander, Clyde T. Mission for tonight : Objective, Burma / by Clyde T. Alexander in: Objective, Burma / Warner Bros. Pictures ... - [n.l.,] Warner Bros. Pictures, 1945
Japanese military rule in Burma : a review article (Tsunezo Ota: Biruma ni ru Nihon gunseishi no kenkyu. ­ Tokyo, 1967). in: Modern Asian studies 3, 1969, 177-181* "Leaving the sinking ship" : a comment on Burma and the end of Empire. in: Britain and South-East Asia / ed. by D. K. Basset ... ­ Hull, 1986. p.65-89. ­ (Occasional paper series / Centre for South- East Asian Studies, Univ. of Hull; 13) D: HD-SAI(300 bez 89/704 Kp)** Mutaguchi Renya and the invasion of India / by Louis Allen. in: Fallen stars : eleven studies of twentieth century mili- tary disasters / ed. by Brian Bond. - London : Brassey's (UK), 1991. ­ ISBN 0-08-040717-X Subject(s): Campaign GB: BL(YC.1992.b.3837) BL-DSS(92/18532) OUL(M93.E02669) SOAS(E Coll 3 E /6)
`Allan, James R. A Burma bibliography. in: Dekho! 101, !986.Winter, 30-33 Herbert 828: Subject(s): Burma : Military operations - Bibliography GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 Q /2) `Allen, Louis <1922-1991> Burma : the longest war, 1941-45 / Louis Allen and David Steeds in: From Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima : the Second World War in Asia and the Pacific, 1941-1945 / ed. by Saki Dockrill. ­ London: Macmillan Pr., 1993 ; New York : St. Martin's Pr., 1994. no.6, p. 109-118. ISBN 0333577221 ; 0312102461 Subject(s): Campaigns D: B-SBB(1 A 207049 Potsdamer Str.) GB: BL(YC.1994.a.367) SOAS(D940.5426 /691084) US: PCarlMH UCB & UCD(Shields) & UCI & UCLA(YRL) & UCR(Rivera) & UCSD(SSH) & UCSB : D767 .F76 1994 Burma and Malaya : a great upheaval. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 7.4. - London : Purnell, 1968. p.2782-85, illus.*
Studies in the Japanese occupation of South-East Asia, 1942-45 : (I.) Ba Maw and the Independence of Burma. in: The Durham University journal 63.1 (=NS 32.1), 1970, 16 p. Subject(s): Ba Maw <1892-1980> : Nationalist, Burmese Nationalists, Burmese : Ba Maw <1892-1980> Occupation, Japanese <1942-1945> ; Reconstruction <1939-1951> ; Politics and government <1824-1948> D: HD-SAI(reg 60 D 792 SD) SG: ISEAS(DOC 1140) Transfer of power in Burma. in: Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth history 13, 1985.Jan., 185-194 Ref.: Graham I60 `Amery, Leopold Stennelt Burma : in the war and after / Mr. Amery and U Saw. in: Asiatic review 38, 1942, 10-14* `Armstrong, Benjamin [book review] Air Commandos against Japan : Allied Special Operations in
World War II Burma, by William T. Y'Blood in: The journal of military history (ISSN: 0899-3718) 73.3, 2009, 1003-1004
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Subject(s): Y'Blood, William T. : Air Commandos against Japan : Allied Special Operations in World War II Burma Aerial operations, American ; Commando operations American GB: BL-DSL(5019.945000) US: CU(Olin E181 M64) `Anderson, B. R. O'G. Japan : "The light of Asia," / B. R. O'G. Anderson in: Southeast Asia in World War II : four essays / Josef Silverstein, ed. ­ New Haven: Southeast Asia Studies, Yale Univ.,1966. p.13-50. ­ (Monograph series / Yale University Southeast Asia Studies ; 7) D: HD-SAI(pol 53 C 232)* `Anderson, Duncan The very model of a modern manoeuvrist general : William Slim and the exercise of high command in Burma / D. Anderson. in: Challenges of high command in the twentieth century / ed. by Gary Sheffield ... ­ Camberley, Surrey : Strategic and Combat Studies Institute, 2000. Pt.II, The second world war, no.6, p. 60-74. ­ (Occasional ; 38) ­ ISBN 1874346305 (pbk.) Subject(s): Slim, William Slim <1st Viscount, 1891-1970> : General, British - Military operations ; Leadership Great Britain : Armed Forces - Leadership Military operations, British - Generals - Strategy and Tactics GB: BL-DSS(8474.031402 no.38) CUL(L422.c.58.38) US: HU(WID-LC U1.S7x no. 38) PCarlMH(U163 .S7 no.38) ditto. / Duncan Anderson in: The challenges of high command : the British experi- ence / ed. by Gary Sheffield ... ­ Basingstoke [u.a.] : Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. Pt.II, The second world war, no.6, p.73-87. ­ (Cormorant security studies) ­ ISBN 0-33380438-4 Subject(s): Slim, William Slim <1st Viscount, 1891-1970> : General, British - Military operations ; Leadership Great Britain : Armed Forces - Leadership Military operations, British - Generals - Strategy and Tactics D: B-SBB(1 A 511788 Potsdamer Str.) `Anderson, Nola "Damnable struggle" for hope / by Nola Anderson. in: Wartime : official magazine of the Australian War Memorial 20, 2002, 35-37 Abstract: Ray Parkin battled the odds to record some of the finer aspects of the Burma-Thailand Railway. Subject(s): Parkin, Ray Australia : Art and the war AU:AWM
`Andrus, James Russell Burma : an experiment in self-government / by J. Russell Andrus. in: Foreign policy reports 21.19, 1945, 259-268 Subject(s): Burma : World War, 1939-1945; Politics and government ; Economic conditions D: B-SBB(4° Zsn 8393 Potsdamer Str.) US: LC(D410 .F65 vol. 21, no. 19) `Anglim, Simon Orde Wingate, "Guerrilla" warfare and long-range penetration, 1940-44. in: Small wars and insurgencies (ISSN 0959-2318) 17.3, 2006.Sep., 241 to 262. Note: Major General Orde Wingate was a highly controversial figure in his time and remains so among historians. However, his eccentric and colourful personality has drawn attention away from the nature of his military ideas, the most important of which was his concept of long-range penetration, which originated from his observations of his operations in Italian-occupied Ethiopia in 1941, and evolved into the model he put into practice in the Chindit operations in Burma in 1943­44. A review of Wingate's own official writings on this Subject reveals that long-range penetration combined local guerrilla irregulars, purpose-trained regular troops and airpower into large-scale offensive operations deep in the enemy rear, with the intention of disrupting his planning process and creating situations regular forces could exploit. This evolved organically from Major General Colin Gubbins' doctrine for guerrilla resistance in enemy occupied areas, and bears some resemblance to the operational model applied by US and Allied forces, post September 2001. Subject(s): Biographies - Generals, British : Wingate, Orde Charles <1903-1944> Generals, British - Military operations - Guerrillas ; Chindit operations ; Guerrilla Warfare ; Military operations, South-East Asia Command - Special Force, British `Ansdell, S. War like aspect of the Burmese : soldiers of the Burma rifles; drawings. in: London news 200, Feb. 28, 1942, 269 Ref.: SEASC `Aonuma, Kiyoshi An analytical study of educational administration in the Japanese occupation of Burma, 1942-1945 / Kiyoshi Aonuma. in: Japan in Asia, 1942-1945 / ed. by William H. Newell. ­ Singapore : Singapore Univ. Pr., c1981. ISBN 9971690144 ; 9789971690144 US: CU(Kroch DS526.6 .J35) HU(WID-LC JV5218 .J36x) `Apple, David J. Released prisoners of war in Thailand and Burma in: Apple, David J.: Sir Harold Ridley and his fight for sight : he changed the world so that we may better see it. ­ Thorofare, N.J. : Slack Inc., c2006. ch.14, p.220-227. ­ ISBN 1556427867 ; 9781556427862 Subject(s): Ridley, Harold
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Ophthalmology - Great Britain ; Lenses, Intraocular ; Ophthalmologic Surgical Procedures - Great Britain ; Biography GB: BL(YK.2007.b.5075) BL-DSL(m06/.38838 US: HU(Countway Medicine WZ 100 R545a 2006) YU(Biog R437 A66 2006) `Arakawa, Kenichi Japanese war leadership in the Burma theatre : the Imphal operation / Kenichi Arakawa. in: British and Japanese military leadership in the Far Eastern War, 1941-1945 / ed. by Brian Bond ... ­ London Cass, 2004. p. 105-122. ­ (Cass series : military history and policy ; 17) ­ ISBN 0-7146-5659-3 Subject(s): Renya, Mutaguchi .General, Japanese Military operations, Japanese - Strategy and Tactics ; Military operations - Imphal ; Leadership, Military, Japanese Imphal : Battle <1944> AU:ANU(Chifley D767.5 .B67 2004) D: SBB(1 A 561485 Potsdamer Str.) GB: BL(YV.2005.a.8913) SOAS(D940.5425/930896) US: CU(Olin) & HU(WID-LC) & NjP(Firestone) & NNC(East Asian) & OAU(Alden) & UCB & UCLA(SRLF) & UoC(Regenstein) & YU(SML) : D767.5 .B67 2004 `Asakura, Shigehiro Start the train service / Shigehiro Asakura. in: Railwaymen in the war : tales by Japanese railway soldiers in Burma and Thailand, 1941-1947 / [ed. by] Kazuo Tamayama ... - New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. pt. 2: Advance in Burma - p. 67ss ISBN 1-4039-3224-7 (hd.) Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad Military operations, Japanese - Railway GB: SOAS(GB959.10452092 /947.542)*
sauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Subject(s): Aung San <1915-1947> : Nationalist, Burmese Foreign relations ; Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) World War and Myanmar / by Thakin Aung San ; transl. by Thet Tun. in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 4243. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Subject(s): Aung San <1915-1947> : Nationalist, Burmese Foreign relations ; Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) `Aung-Thwin, M Wa, Wartime in Burma : a diary, January to June 1942, ed. and trans. Bagshawe and Allot / M. Aung-Thwin in: The Journal of Asian studies (ISSN: 0021-9118) 70.1, 2011, 311-312 Subject(s): Wa < Theippan Maung, 1899-1942 >: Wartime in Burma GB: BL-DSL(4947.250000) `Ayd, Mary Ann Capt. James E.T. Hopkins, M.C / Mary Ann Ayd. in: Maryland medical journal 44.11, 1995.Nov., 950-951 Subject(s): Hopkins, James E. T. Military Medicine ; War - history ; United States ; Burma Ref.: Wellcome bibliography
`Asano, Toyomi Japanese operations in Yunnan and North Burma / Asano Toyomi in: The battle for China : essays on the military history of the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-1945 / ed. by Mark Peattie ... ­ Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Univ. Pr., c2011. p.361-385. ­ ISBN 0804762066 ; 9780804762069 AU:NLA(YY 2011-5889) D: B-SBB(1 A 803747 Potsdamer Str.) GB: BL(YC.2011.a.2013) SOAS(CC951.0422 /744186) US: CU(Kroch) & HU(WID-LC) & YU(SML X) : DS777.53 .B337 2011 'Aung San World War and Burma / by Thakin Aung San ; transl. by Tin Htway in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p.3 3-41. - (Pas-
`Ayling, Keith Men of the future / by Keith Ayling in: Objective, Burma / Warner Bros. Pictures ... - [n.l.,] Warner Bros. Pictures, 1945 `Ayrey, F. Outbreaks of sprue during the Burma Campaign. / F Ayrey in: Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 41.3, 1947/48, 377-406 US: NLM Ref.: MEDLINE®/PubMed® BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 'Ba Khine The World War and Burma / Ba Khine ; transl.: Chit Thein Oo in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьd-
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ostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 78-79. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Subject(s): Ba Khaing <1906-1940> : Nationalist, Burmese Foreign relations ; Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) The World War and Burma / Fabian U Ba Khaing ; transl.: Khin Maung Saw. in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 80-82.- (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Subject(s): Ba Khaing <1906-1940> : Nationalist, Burmese Foreign relations ; Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) 'Ba Kyaw Burma's war-time constitution. in: The Guardian ; 7.10, 1960, 31-34* Burmese attitude in the Burma campaign. in: The Guardian ; 8.4, 1961, 25-30* The sequel : Burmese attidude in the Burma campaign. in: The Guardian 8.5, 1961, 17-19* ; 8.6, 1961, 25-28* The thirty comrades. in: The Guardian 7.1, 1960, 13* War comes to Burma. (2) We are free. (3) Happy days are here again. (4) A boatman on the Irrawaddy. (5) Learning from life. (6) Rural economy at first hand. (7) A close shave. in: The Guardian 11.5, 1964, 36-42* ; 11.6, 1964, 17-21* ; 11.7, 1964, 21-24* ; 11.8, 1964, 17-22* ; 11.9, 1964, 17-22* ;11.10, 1964, 20-25* ; 11.11, 1964, 17-22* 'Ba Maw The World War and Burma / Ba Maw ; transl.: Chit Thein Oo) in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p.76. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Subject(s): Ba Maw <1892-1980> : Nationalist, Burmese Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8)
in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 77. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Subject(s): Ba Maw <1892-1980> : Nationalist, Burmese Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) `Ba Than The roots of the revolution : a brief history of the Defense Services of the Union of Burma and the ideals for which they stand / by Dhammika U Ba Than. in: The Guardian (Rangoon) 27th March 1962 Subject(s): Burma : History - 1948- ; Campaign ; Military History GB: SOAS(BG355/231.953 ; 787.233)* `Baba, Kimihiko Post-war Japanese intellectuals' perspectives on reconciliation between British and Japanese soldiers over the war in Burma : the case of Takeyama Michio and Harp of Burma / Baba Kimihiko in: Japan and Britain at war and peace / ed. by Nobuko Kosuge and Hugo Dobson. ­ New York, NY : Routledge, 2009. p. 112-124. ­ (Sheffield Centre for Japanese Studies / Routledge series ISBN 9780415444033 ; 0415444039 ; 9780203881187 ; 0203881184 Summary: Presents a multilayered examination of the bilateral relationship between Japan and Britain with an emphasis on the issue of reconciliation.. Subject(s): Relations ­ Great Britain Great Britain : Relations ­ Japan Japan : Foreign relations US: CU(Kroch D767 .J335 2009) `Baldwin, John Certain aspects of air warfare in the Burma operations of 1943­1944 / by John Baldwin in: Journal of The Royal Central Asian Society 32.2, 1945.05, 166-175 Ref.: CrossRef `Barnett, Correlli F. M. Lord Slim at the Burma campaign / by Correlli Barnett. in: The world reshaped / ed. by Richard Cobbold. ­ Houndmills, Basinstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan [etc.] v. 2. ­ (RUSI defence studies series) ISBN 0-333-65450-1 (hdc) ; 0-333-65451-X (pbk.) Subject(s): Slim, William Slim <1st Viscount, 1891-1970> Burma : Campaign GB: SOAS (A940.55 /727496 ; E Coll 3 B /29)
'Ba Maw The World War and Burma / Ba Maw , transl.:: Khin Maung Saw)
`Barrett, David Reparations: matters still outstanding / David Barrett.
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in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.140-143. ISBN 1-86373-577-1 `Barlow, Jeffrey G. American and Allied Strategy and Campaigns in the Pacific War, 1941-1945 / Jeffrey G. Barlow. in: World War II in Asia and the Pacific and war's aftermath, with general themes : a handbook of literature and research / ed. by Loyd E. Lee ... ­ Westport, Conn. ; London : Greenwood Pr., 1998. #5 p.[72]-89. ISBN 0-313-29326-0 Subject(s): Strategy and tactics D: HD-SAI(inf 60 G 99/725)* HD-UB(99 A 3491) GB: BL(YC.2000.a.2787 US: CU(Kroch x) & HU(Widener) & LC : D767.W67 1998 `Beaumont, Joan Contested trans-National Heritage : the demolition of Changi Prison, Singapore / Joan Beaumont in: International journal of heritage studies 15.4 2009, 298-316 Ref.: ArticleFirst Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum, Thai-Burma Railway / Joan Beaumont in The heritage of war / ed. by Martin Gegner ... ­ London : Routledge, 2012. ­ ISBN 041559328X ; 9780415593281 ;; 0415593298 (pbk.) Subject(s): War and society ; Memorialization - Political aspects ; Memorialization - Social aspects ; Collective mem- ory - Political aspects; Collective memory ­ Social aspects GB: BL(SPIS303.6609) US: CU & HU(WID-LC) :& YU(X) : HM554 .H48 2012 Prisoners of war in Australian national memory / Joan Beaumont. in: Prisoners of war, prisoners of peace : captivity, home- coming and memory in World War II / ed. by Bob Moore ... ­ Oxford : Berg, 2005. p. 185-194. ISBN 9781845201562 ; 1845201566 (hbk.) Subject(s): Prisoners and prisoners ; Prisoners of war - Survivors - Rebabilitation AU: MU((VMOU) MA-GEN 940.5472 M821P 2005) UQ(QU:SSAH) GB: BL-DSS(m05.30305) IRL:TCD(Berkeley 940.54 P51) US: HU(WID-LC) & YU(SML x) : D805.A2 P756 2005 `Beck, I. A. Background and highlights of the Rhode Island Hospital unit in the China-Burma-India Theatre of war. / IA Beck in: Rhode Island medical journal (ISSN 0363-7913) 29.10, 1946.Oct, 739 US: NLM
`Becka, Jan. The relevance of World War II to post-iIndependence Burma's politics in Archiv Orientбlni (Prague , ISSN 0044-8699) 52.3, 1984, 229-256 Subject(s): Politics & Government Ref.: BAS `Begg, Richard Campbell From Murmansk to Burma / Richard Campbell Begg. in: Torpedo! : Kiwis at sea in World War II / ed. by Matthew Wright. ­ Auckland, N.Z. : Random House New Zealand, 2007. ­ ISBN 1869419162 (pbk.) Subject(s): Personal narratives - New Zealand ; Naval operations GB: BL-APAC(YD.2008.a.2050) US: CU & HU(Widener Harv. Depos.) : D779.N45 T67 2007 `Belden, Jack <1910-1989> Fever of defeat : collapse of allied resistance in Burma, May 1942 / Jack Belden. in: Reporting World War II. ­ New York : Libr. of America, 1995. v.1. ­ (Library of America ; 77) ISBN 1883011043 US: PV(PN4867 .R47 1995) Ref.: OCLC 33266339 Flight through the jungle: Stilwell's retreat through Burma, May 1942 / Jack Belden. in: Reporting World War II. ­ New York : Libr. of Amer- ica, 1995. v.1. ­ (Library of America ; 77) ISBN 1883011043 US: PV(PN4867 .R47 1995) Ref.: OCLC 33266339 `Bellamy, Christopher [book review] Slim, master of war : Burma and the birth of modern warfare by Robert Lyman / Christopher Bellamy. in: TLS, the Times literary supplement (ISSN 0307-661X); 5269, 2004, 26 Ref.: ArticleFirst `Bergschicker, Heinz Die Befreiung Burmas in: Bergschicker, Heinz: Der Zweite Weltkrieg : eine Chronik in Bildern. 3. Aufl. ­ Berlin : Deutscher Militдrverlag, 1966. Kriegsende im Pazifik, p. 436ff. Subject(s): Campaigns ­ Picture D: DD-SLUB(3015.4.0494 ) KN-UB(gsx 70.10/b27(3)) S-WLB(03845 - 3.Aufl.) Die Operationen Japans in Thailand, Burma und China in: Bergschicker, Heinz: Der Zweite Weltkrieg : eine Chronik in Bildern. 3. Aufl. ­ Berlin : Deutscher Mili-
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tдrverlag, 1966. Japans Angriff in Sьdasien, zwischen 196-208 Subject(s): Campaigns ­ Picture D: DD-SLUB(3015.4.0494 ) KN-UB(gsx 70.10/b27(3)) S-WLB(03845 - 3.Aufl.) `Bhattacharya, Sanjoy British military information management techniques and the South Asian soldier : Eastern India during the Second World War / Sanjoy Bhattacharya in: Modern Asian studies 34.2, 2000, 483-510 Ref.: ArticleFirst `Bidwell, Shelford Orde Wingate ­ two views / Peter Mead and Shelford Bidwell. in: Journal of contemporary history ; 15, 1980, 401-404 Subject(s): Wingate, Orde Charles,d1903-1944 World War, 1939-1945zBurma. World War, 1939-1945xCampaignszBurma GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 L /44) Wingate and the official historians : an alternative view. in: Journal of contemporary history ; 15, 1988.April, 245 to 256 Subject(s): Biographies - Generals, British : Wingate, Orde Charles <1903-1944> Generals, British - Military operations - Guerrillas ; Chindit operations ; Guerrilla Warfare ; Military operations, South-East Asia Command - Special Force, British GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 G /45) `Black. J. Acute appendicitis in Japanese soldiers in Burma: support for the "fibre" theory. / J Black in: Gut 51.2, 2002.Aug, 297 US: NLM Ref.: MEDLINE®/PubMed® `Blackburn, Kevin Changi : a place of personal pilgrimages and collective histories / Kevin Blackburn in: Australian historical studies 29.112, 1999, 152-171 Ref.: ArticleFirst `Bloomfield, Gary L. Confused beyond imagination : the China-Burma-India campaign in: Bloomfield, Gary L: Duty, honor, victory : America's athletes in World War II / Gary L Bloomfield. - Guilford, Conn. : Lyons Pr., 2003. no. 7. ­ ISBN 1592280676 ; 9781592280674 Subject(s): China-Burma-India theater - Sports, American ; Army, American - Sports ; Athletes, American - Biography ; Biographies - Athletes, American US: HU(Widener) & LC :D810.A79 B56 2003 OCl(940.53 BLO)
`Boggett, David Notes on the Thai-Burma Railway Part XI, The Korean guards at the railway camps / David Boggett. in: Journal of Kyoto Seika University 30, 2006, 39-68, col. illus. Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad History ; Asia, Southeastern - Participation, Korean ; Asia, Southeastern - Prisoners and prisons, Japanese AU:AWM(940.547252 B674n) `Bond, Brian [book review] Burma : the turning point by Ian Lyall Grant. / B. Bond in: War in history 1.3, 1994.11.01, 361-362 Subject(s): Lyall Grant, Ian: Burma : the turning point Ref.: CrossRef The army level of command : General Sir William Slim and the Fourteenth Army in Burma / Brian Bond. in: British and Japanese military leadership in the Far Eastern War, 1941-1945 / ed. by Brian Bond ... ­ London : Cass, 2004. no. 3, 38-52. ­ (Cass series : military history and policy ; 17) ­ ISBN 0714656593 Subject(s): Burma : Campaign ; Strategy ; Command of troops ; Leadership - Japan Leadership - Great Britain AU:ANU(Chifley D767.5 .B67 2004) D: SBB(1 A 561485 Potsdamer Str.) GB: BL(YV.2005.a.8913) SOAS(D940.5425/930896) US: CU(Olin) & HU(WID-LC) & NjP(Firestone) & NNC(East Asian) & OAU(Alden) & UCB & UCLA(SRLF) & UoC(Regenstein) & YU(SML) : D767.5 .B67 2004 `Borton, N. R. M. The 14th army in Burma : a case study in delivering fighting power / N. R. M. Borton in: Defence studies 2.3, 2002, 27-52 Ref.: ArticleFirst `Bose, Subbas Chandra <1897-1945> Burmese freedom : Broadcast, 13 March 1942. in: Azad Hind : writings and speeches 1941-1943 / Subhas Chandra Bose ; ed. by Sisir K. Bose ... ­ London : Anthem Pr., 2002. #14 p. [67]-70. ­ (Anthem South Asian studies) ISBN 1-8433-1082-1 (hbk) ; 1-8433-1083-X (pbk.) Subject(s): Bose, Subhas Chandra <1897-1945>: Nationalist, Indian - Biographies Autonomy and independence movements D: HD-SAI(216 his 2005/119)** TЬ-UB(44 A 13407) India has no enemy outside her own frontiers : broadcast, 19 March 1942. in: Azad Hind : writings and speeches 1941-1943 / Subhas Chandra Bose ; ed. by Sisir K. Bose ... ­ London : An-
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them Pr., 2002. #15 p. [71]-74. ­ (Anthem South Asian studies) ISBN 1-8433-1082-1 (hbk) ; 1-8433-1083-X (pbk.) Subject(s): Bose, Subhas Chandra <1897-1945> : Nationalist, Indian - Biographies Autonomy and independence movements D: HD-SAI(216 his 2005/119)** TЬ-UB(44 A 13407) `Boyne, Walter The All-American airman : John Alison shot down two - or perhaps three - enemy aircraft in his first aerial combat, and went on from there / by Walter J. Boyne in: Air Force : journal of the Air Force Assn. 83.3,2000, March `Braithwaite, R. W. Contests on the River Kwai : how a wartime tragedy became a recreational, commercial and nationalistic plaything / R. W. Braithwaite.; N. Leiper in: Current issues in tourism 13.4, 2010.09.24, 311-332 Ref.: Elsevier `Braund, Harold Ernest Wilton Three years with the Chin levies / H E W Braund. in: Journal of the United Service Institution of India Oct. 1946 and Jan. 1947 `Brelis, Dean Guerilla operations in Northerm Burma / William R Peers and Dean Brelis. in: Military review 28, 1948, 11-13 12-20 Subject(s): Guerrilla operations - Burma, North Burma, North : Guerrilla operations Ref.: Graham H28 `Brett-James, Anthony Arakan : the tables turned. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 4.15. ­ London : Purnell, 1967. p. 1752-60 Subject(s): Burma : Campaign ­ Arakan Arakan : World War <1939-1945> GB: BL(P.633/5)* Brits success aan het Arakanfront. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 4. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1969. p. 409-418, illus., map. GB: BL(X 802/1616)* Race to Rangoon : victory in Burma, March-May 1945 / Anthony Brett-James. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 6.13. ­ London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2593-99, illus., maps. Subject(s): Burma : Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 E /36)
Return to Mandalay. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 6.11. ­ London : Purnell, 1968. p.2526-33, illus. GB: BL(P.633/5)* Terugkeer naar Mandalay. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 6. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1970. p. 287-297, illus., map. GB: BL(X 802/1616)* The `British Army supply system, 1942 in: Dunlop , Graham Military economics, culture and logistics in the Burma Campaign 1942­1945. ­ London : Pickering & Chatto, 2009. App 1, p.203. ­ (Warfare, society and culture ; 1) -- ISBN 978-1-85196-626-4 ; 1-85196-626-9 D B-SBB(1 A 770333 Potsdamer Str.) `Brown, David Far East Chronology 1945 / David Brown in: The British Pacific and East Indies fleets : "the forgotten fleets" 50th anniversary / ed. by David Brown. ­ Liverpool : D.M. Ratter, Brodie Pub., 1995. ISBN 1874447284 Subject(s): Great Britain. Royal Navy. British Pacific Fleet World War <1939-1945> - Naval operations, British. World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns - Burma GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 T/3) Invasion of Rangoon / David Brown in: The British Pacific and East Indies fleets : "the forgot- ten fleets" 50th anniversary / ed. by David Brown. ­ Liverpool : D.M. Ratter, Brodie Pub., 1995. ISBN 1874447284 Subject(s): Great Britain. Royal Navy. British Pacific Fleet World War <1939-1945> - Naval operations, British. World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns - Burma GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 T/3) The Royal Indian Navy / David Brown - in: The British Pacific and East Indies fleets : "the forgot- ten fleets" 50th anniversary / ed. by David Brown. ­ Liverpool : D.M. Ratter, Brodie Pub., 1995. ISBN 1874447284 Subject(s): Great Britain. Royal Navy. British Pacific Fleet World War <1939-1945> - Naval operations, British. World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns - Burma GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 T/3) `Bullock, William Field surgery, Kaladan Campaign, Burma 1944 / W. Bullock.
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in: Bullock, William Experiences of the Second World War in Burma / W.Bullock. ­ [London? :] George Mann, c1995. US: WaU(Suzzallo/Allen D811.A2 B858 1995) `Burma and the Ledo Road The northern front in Burma / by Field Marshal the Viscount William Slim in: Combat : the war with Japan ... ­ New York : Dell, 1962. p. 256-258. Subject(s): Ledo Road - Military operations, American ; Military operations, British `Burma Beer in World War II. in: Brygmesteren : Scandinavian brewers' review (ISSN 0007-2737) 52.6, 1995, 33 ­38 GB: BL-DSL(2353.800000) `Burma-Japan relationship : war and post war. in: The Guardian 10.1, 1963, 29-32* ; 10.2, 1963, 29-33* ­ Transl. from: Chou Kuvan Dec.1958 `Burness, L. R. The Scout story of Rangoon / by L R Burness. in: The Scouter 1942,October, 158-159 Note: The Scout messenger Service in support of civil defence before Rangoon was evacuated. Subject(s): Burma : World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns ; Rangoon : World War, 1939-1945. GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 C /36) CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC `C.B.I. China-Burma-India : these rare World War II images offer a portrait of dedicated airmen in am all-but-forgotten corner of the world in: Air Force magazine : journal of the Air Force Assn. (Washington, D.C.) 88.3, 2005,Mar, 48-55 Ref.: JADE `Callaghan, James <1912-2005> The forgotten fleets / Lord Callaghan of Cardiff in: The British Pacific and East Indies fleets : "the forgotten fleets" 50th anniversary / ed. by David Brown. ­ Liverpool : D.M. Ratter, Brodie Pub., 1995. ISBN 1874447284 Subject(s): Great Britain. Royal Navy. British Pacific Fleet World War <1939-1945> - Naval operations, British. World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns - Burma GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 T/3) `Callahan, Raymond Ambiguous victory : Burma 1945 / Raymond Callahan
in: World War II : variants and visions / ed. by Thomas O. Kelly II. ­ Collingdale, Pa. : Diane Pub., c1999. US: PCarlMH(D734.A1 W67 1999) [book review] Burma : the turning point, by Ian Lyall Grant / R. Callahan in: The journal of military history (ISSN: 0899-3718) 59.1, 1995, 169 Subject(s): Lyall Grant, Ian : Burma : the turning point GB: BL-DSL(5019.94500) [book review] Burma 1942 : the Japanese invasion : both sides tell the story of a savage jungle / Ian Lyall Grant and Kazou Tamayama. in: The international history review (ISSN 0707-5332) 23.1, 2001, 200 Subject(s): Grant, Ian Lyall: Burma 1942 Tamayama, Kazuo: Burma 1942 GB: BL-DSL(4540.724200) Burma reconquered, 1944-45 / Raymond Callahan in: March to victory : the final months of WWII from D- day, June 6, 1944 to the fall of Japan, August 14, 1945 / ed. by Tony Hall. ­ New York, N.Y. : Crescent Books, 1994. ­ ISBN 0517103117 US: PCarlMH(D755.6 .M37 1994) [book review] Mad Mike : a life of Michael Calvert / by David Rooney. in: The journal of military history (ISSN 0899-3718) 62.4, 1998.Oct., 93-94 [book review] Phoenix from the Ashes : the Indian Army in the Burma Campaign by Daniel P. Marston in: Journal of military history (ISSN 0899-3718) 68.2, 2004, 632-633 Subject(s): Marston: Daniel P.: Phoenix from the ashes : the Indian Army in the Burma campaign Burma : Campaign GB: BL-DSL(5019.945000) [book review] Vinegar Joe's war : Stilwell's Campaign for Burma by Nathan N. Prefer / Raymond Callahan in: The journal of military history (Lexington, Va., ISSN 0899-3718) 5.1, 2001, 232 GB: BL-DSL(5019.945000) `Chalker, Jack Bridger Illustrations from prisoner-of-war camps on the Japanese Thai-Burma Railway Project / Jack Bridger Chalker. in: Journal of audiovisual media in medicine 16.3, 1993.July, 101-105, illus. Subject(s): Public Health - War Photography ; Sanitation
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GB: Wellcome Library US: NLM `Chalker, Jack Images as a Japanese prisoner of war [describes life as a prisoner of war in Burma] / Jack Chalker in: Japan Society Proceedings (London) .146, 2008, 21-27 Subject(s): Japan : History <1868-1945> ; Burma : History <1752-1947> Ref.: BAS `Campaign in Burma in: World War II newsreels 1937-1945 film library [videorecording(DVD)]. ­ [Anderson, S. C.] : Historical Archive, c2006. Disc.2. vol.2, 1943-1944. US: Harper College(DVD D743.22 .W67 2006) `Cheng, Hawthorne Chinese courage in the Burma jungles / by Hawthorne Cheng. in: China after seven years of war / ed. by Hollington K. Tong ... ­ New York : Macmillan, 1945. Subject(s): China : Campaigns ­ Burma US: CU(Kroch DS777.53 .T66) `Ch'i, Hsi-sheng The Burma campaign and General Stilwell's approach to China / Hsi-sheng Ch'i in: American studies. Mei-kuo yen chiu (Taipei) 13.3, 1983.Sep, 25-41 Subject(s): Burma : History <1752-1947> Ref.: BAS General Stilwell's approach to China and the Burma campaign / Hsi-sheng Ch'i in: Sino-American relations (Taipei) 24.3, 1998.Fall, 66-84 Subject(s): China : World War <1939-1945> ; Burma : Ref.: BAS The `Chindits : a bibliography of books, histories and miscellaneous documents that cover the operations of the Chindits during the 1943/44 campaigns in Burma during the 1939-45 war. in: Major General O. C. Wingate D.S.O. : an appreciation of the planner and leader of the two Chindit Campaigns in 1943 and 1944 behind the Japanese lines in Burma during World War II ­ l. I-IV. Subject(s): Chindits : Bibliographies Bibliographies - Chindits `Christian, John LeRoy Burma. in: Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 226, 1943, 120-128 D: HD-SAI (reg 60 A 71 Kp)*
Burma : strategic and political. in: Far Eastern survey 11, 1942, 40-44* Burma : where India and China meet ; in the massive mountains of Southeast Asia, swarming road builders wage the "war of the highways" for free China and her allies. in: National geographic magazine 84, 1943, 489-512* D: HD-SAI(reg 60 A 65 SD) `Christie, Clive J. The British reconquest of Burma, 1945. Extract from Field Marshal Sir William Slim, Defeat into Victory in: Southeast Asia in the twentieth century :a reader / Clive J. Christie. [ed.] ­ London : Tauris, 1998. #IV,3. ISBN 186064063X HK:HKU(959.05 C55) `Chronic Strongyloides stercoralis infection in former British Far East prisoners of war / G. V. Gill ; E. Welch ; J. W. Bailey ; D. R. Bell ; N. J. Beeching in: QJM : monthly journal of the Association of Physicians (ISSN: 1460-2725) 97.12, 2004, 789-795 Abstract: Background: Chronic infections with the nematode worm Strongyloides stercoralis can occur in former WWII Far East prisoners of war (FEPOWs). The condition may be asymptomatic, but frequently causes a characteristic urticarial `larva currens' rash. Under conditions of immunosuppression (particularly systemic corticosteroid treatment) potentially fatal dissemination of larvae (`hyperinfection`) may occur. Aim: To review our total experience of strongyloidiasis in former FEPOWs, and investigate its prevalence, characteristics and risk factors. Design: Retrospective case series. Methods: We reviewed 2072 records of all FEPOWs seen at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, 1968-2002. Cases with strongyloidiasis were compared with noninfected controls. Results: There were 248 (12%) with strongyloidiasis. Diagnostic features included larva currens rash (70%), eosinophilia (66%), positive faecal culture (30%), positive faecal microscopy (26%), and positive serology (64%). Mean (+-SD) age of cases was 65 +- 7 years, and as expected, their blood eosinophil counts were significantly higher than controls (775 vs. 238 x 106/l, p p p p Discussion: S. stercoralis infection is common amongst ex-FEPOWs, particularly those from the ThaiBurma Railway project. It is usually characterized by a `larva currens' rash and marked eosinophilia. The condition is eminently treatable, and continued diagnostic surveillance is needed, if cases of potentially fatal hyperinfection are to be avoided. ­ BL-DSL Subject(s): Medicine ; Biotechnology ; Pharmaceutical chemistry GB: BL-DSL(7163.731000) `Clarke, Hugh Of elephants and men / Hugh Clarke. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.37-44. ­ ISBN 1-86373-577-1
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`Claro, J The Arakan / J. Claro in: The British Pacific and East Indies fleets : "the forgotten fleets" 50th anniversary / ed. by David Brown. ­ Liverpool : D.M. Ratter, Brodie Pub., 1995. ISBN 1874447284 Subject(s): Great Britain. Royal Navy. British Pacific Fleet World War <1939-1945> - Naval operations, British. World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns - Burma GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 T/3) `Coates, A. E. Clinical lessons from prisoner of war hospitals in the Far East (Burma and Siam). / A.E. Coates in: The Medical journal of Australia 1946.Jun 1, 1:753-60 Ref.: Von MEDLINE®/PubMed® US: NLM `Coates, A. E. The practice of surgery in Japanese prison camp hospitals in Burma and Siam. / A. E. Coates in: Surgery 19, 1946.May; 743-7 Ref.: Von MEDLINE®/PubMed®,eine Datenbank US: NLM in: Surgical neurology 42.5, 1994.Nov, 448-51 Ref.: Von MEDLINE®/PubMed®,eine Datenbank US: NLM
`Cook, G. C. The war diaries of weary Dunlop: Java and the BurmaThailand Railway 1942­1945 / G. C. Cook in: Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 84.4, 1990.07, 504 Ref.: CrossRef `Cooper, Robert Arakan : a first uncertain step / Robert Cooper. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 4.2. ­ London : Purnell, 1967. p. 1378-81, illus., maps. ­ At cover: Wingate minus myth. Subject(s): Burma : Campaign - Arakan Arakan : Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 D /19) Arakan : het eerste Britse landofensief in Oost-Aziл. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 4. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1969. p. 41-45, illus., map. GB: BL(X 802/1616)* `Correll, John T. The flying Tigers : Their combat run was only seven months, but that was enough to establish their legend / by John T. Correll in: Air Force : journal of the Air Force Assn. 89.12, 2006, Dec. Subject(s): Chennault, Claire ; Burma Road ; Hump
`Cochrane, Archibald Burma in war time / by Archibald Cochrane. in: United Empire : the journal of the Royal Empire Society 33, 1941, 139-142 Subject(s): Burma : Campaign ; Social life and customs GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 I /62)
`Correspondences between Gordon Graham and friends of the Burma Campaign Memorial Library / collected by Gordon Graham. ­ Marlow : Beechwood Drive, c2011. var. pags. [in folder] : illus. Subject(s): Great Britain : Campaigns - Personal narratives
`Collingham, Lizzie Collingham, Elizabeth M.
Campaigns - Personal narratives, British Personal narratives, British ; Campaigns - Letters and documentaries [1.] 8 leaves of John R. Berry papers; 59 leaves of A. J. Bar-
`Collingham, Elizabeth M. Burma in: Collingham, Elizabeth M.: The taste of war : World War Two and the battle for food. ­ London : Allen Lane, 2011. pt. 3. The politics of food, ch. 13. --ISBN 9780713999648 (hbk.) ; 0713999640 (hbk.) Subject(s): Food supply ; Influence ; Food habits US: CU(HD9000.5 .C615 2011) HU(WID-LC HD9000.5 .C624 2011)
nett papers; 6 leaves of the Stan Bates papers; 4 leaves of Peter Bates papers; 4 leaves of Richard F. Bates papers; 4 leaves of Leslie S. Beswick papers; 18 leaves of B. C. Bloomfield papers; 8 leaves of Ronald H. Bunnett papers; 10 leaves of C. J. S. Burne papers; 7 leaves of Stoyana Burton papers. GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /34) [2.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Richard D. R. Channer, Frank Cole, Michael Chapman, S. T. Charles CBE, Philip D. Chinnery, Norman
`Condon-Rall, Mary Ellen The Army'y war against malaria : collaboration in drug research during World War II / Mary Ellen Condon-Rall in: Armed forces and society 21.1, 1994, 129-143 Subject(s): War- history ; Malaria - prevention and control Ref.: Wellcome Lib. Bibliogr.
Chua, J. F. Clifford,M. D. Commissariat, Dorothy E. Connor, C. R. L. Coubrough, and Peter Cowley. GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /35 [3.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and the Burma Campaign Fellowship Group (BCFG)*.
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GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /37) [5.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Gwilym H. Davies, Col M A Demetriadi OBE TD, and Winifred E Donaldson. GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /38) [6.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Patric J Emerson, Lady Denise Evans, C D Farrar-Hockley, Stephen Fearnley, A E Foucar, A N Fradgley, Amadio Arboleda, Major Alan Fradgley MBE, Alain Henry de Frahan, and Maurice J Franses. ­ Burma Campaign Memorial Library Exhibition, Foyles Gallery, September 2004.* GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /39) [7.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Peter Gadsdon, David Green, Tom Grounds, Ajit Guin. GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /40) [8.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Lt Col John N. Cormack MBE, Captain PMC Vincent CBE, Phil Crawley (editor of DEKHO!). ­ The Burma Star Association.* GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /41) [9.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Wally Hammond, Norman Havers, J. S. Robertson Hicks, Shirley Hill, George Hill GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /42) [10.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Idris Maldwyn Jones, Richard R Jones, Satoru Inazawa, David J Innes, K Ishigami, Toshiaki Ishigami, Sally Jaffe, R. Jeffrey, Chris D Johnson, Rubin E Jones, Laurie Jones, Anne Kaneko, Desmond Kelly, Shutaro Kotani. ­ All-Burma Veterans Association of Japan ; Chinthe Women, Women's Auxiliary Service Burma. GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /43) [11.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Michael Lowry, Arthur Lane, James Leasor, Eric Lomax, Major-General I. H. Lyall Grant, Patrick McEvoy, and Lt Col C H T MacFetridge. GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /44) [12.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Philip Malins, Phil Moore-Hemsley, Daniel Marston, Ted Maslen-Jones, Nakahara Michiko, and Shigeo Minowa. ­ The Burma Campaign Society* GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /45) [13.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham andJohn Nunneley, Eric Neild, Susumu Nishida, Shinichi Nishimiya and Phillida Purvis. GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /46) [14.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and John Oates, Harley O'Regan, Col Sam Pope (OBE RM), Anne Powell, Roland J. Powell, and Phillida Purvis. ­ The Burma Campaign Society* ; Burma Forces Welfare Association* ; Burma Star Association GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /47) [15.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and John Pike (CBE). GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /48)
[16.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Romesh Bhattacharji, Judge R. T. Rowland, John P. Randle, Major E. Rhodes, John Riddie, Tony Rodriques and David Russon. GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /49 [17.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Sasakawa (Japan). ­ The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation* GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /50) [18.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Sasakawa (UK). ­ Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation* GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /51 [19.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and David Shirreff, Peter Shipster, John V. Skene (MBE), Gordon Smith, W C Smith, Bert Spencer, Hugh D. Spolttiswoode, James T. Stevenson, and Roger Sylvester. ­ The Kohima Educational Trust* GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /52) [20.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Nicholas Martland, Helen Cordell, Mary J Auckland, and Sir Tim Lankester. ­ The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation* GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /53) [21.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Kazuo Tamayama, Eppie Thin, Bill Towill, John Treharne, Major T W Tinsley, Lt Col Hugh Toye, and Julian Le Vay. GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /54) [22.] Documents and letters corresponded between Gordon Graham and Arthur Windscheffel, Shamus O. D. Wade, Rex Wait, Jackie Watt, Kenneth Werrell, Mary P Wilkinson, T C Wilkinson (MBE), Douglas Williamson, Leslie Willson, D H Woodcock, and David Young. ­ The Commonwealth Forces History Trust. GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 L.S /55 `Crawshaw, M. [book review] The Imperial War Museum Book of the war in Burma by Julian Thompson / / M. Crawshaw in: British army review (London, ISSN 0952-4134) 131, 2003, 114 GB: BL-DSL(2289.175000) `Croft, John A company commander at Imphal 1944. in: Journal of Army Historical Research (London) 72/289, 1994. Spring, 19-34 Subject(s): Burma : Campaign GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 E /37) `Crosby, William H [book review] Crisis fleeting : original reports on military medicine in India and Burma in the Second World War comp. and ed. by James H. Stone / William H Crosby
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in: New England journal of medicine 283.7, 1970.08.13,: 378-380 Ref.: CrossRef `Crumpler, Hugh 1st Air Commando glides into harm's way. in: San Diego Union Tribune 1994. Febr. 27, 4 p. Subject(s): Burma : Campaign Ref.: Graham P2 DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD `Daugherty, Leo J. Interservice and interallied cooperation in China-BurmaIndia / by Leo J. Daugherty III. in: JFQ 1996.Sommer, 95-105., illus.
don Cass, 2004. p.123-133. ­ (Cass series : military history and policy ; 17) ­ ISBN 0714656593 Subject(s): Burma : Military operations, British - Tactics ; Military operations, Army, Allied Forces - Tactics AU:ANU(Chifley D767.5 .B67 2004) D: SBB(1 A 561485 Potsdamer Str.) GB: BL(YV.2005.a.8913) SOAS(D940.5425/930896) US: CU(Olin) & HU(WID-LC) & NjP(Firestone) & NNC(East Asian) & OAU(Alden) & UCB & UCLA(SRLF) & UoC(Regenstein) & YU(SML) : D767.5 .B67 2004 `Doherty, Richard Auchinleck, Claude . General, Sir. in: Ireland's generals in the Second World War / Richard Doherty. ­ Dublin : Four Courts Press, 2004. Subject(s): Auchinleck, Claude John Eyre : Marshal, British - Military operations GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 L /55)
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Government resources - Conflict between civil and military authorities - Relations on ground cordial - Formal assumption of responsibility by military authorities - A stirring period.
`Dick, R. C. S. Neurosurgery in the Eastern theatre of war / by R. T. Johnson ; R. C. S. Dick. in: The Lancet 1945.Aug. 18, 193 Subject(s): Burma : Campaign ; Campaign - Medical and sanitary affairs ; Campaign - Medicine, Military ; Neurosurgery
in: Donnison, Frank Siegfried Vernon: British military administration in the Far East, 1943-46. ­ London : H. M. S. O., 1956. p.17-32. ­ (History of the Second World War : United Kingdom military series) D: B-SBB(74157 ; 132962 Potsdamer Str.) HD-SAI(jur 69 C 43) US: CU(Kroch D767 .D68)
GB: Well(ARM Onsite store Spec.Coll.)
Civil Affairs Service (Burma) : Civil Affairs Service formed
`Dockrill, Michael
for Burma - Field Establishment - South-East Asia Com-
Britain's grand strategy and Anglo-American leadership in
mand - Growth of Administration - Difficulties encountered
the war against Japan / Saki Dockrill.
- Administration January 1943 to June 1944 - Planning -
in: British and Japanese military leadership in the Far
Combating Anti-Burmese feeling - Co-ordination of mili-
Eastern War, 1941-1945 / ed. by Brian Bond ... ­ Lon-
tary and civil plans.
don Cass, 2004. p. 6-24. ­ (Cass series : military history
in: Donnison, Frank Siegfried Vernon: British military ad-
and policy ; 17) ­ ISBN 0714656593
ministration in the Far East, 1943-46. ­ London : H. M.
Subject(s): Burma : Military operations, British - Strategy
S. O., 1956. Pt.II, Burma p.53-.76. ­ (History of the
and Tactics ; Military operations, Army, Allied Forces -
Second World War : United Kingdom military series)
Strategy and Tactics
D: B-SBB(74157 ; 132962 Potsdamer Str.)
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US: CU(Kroch D767 .D68)
GB: BL(YV.2005.a.8913) SOAS(D940.5425/930896)
US: CU(Olin) & HU(WID-LC) & NjP(Firestone) & NNC(East Asian) & OAU(Alden) & UCB & UCLA(SRLF) & UoC(Regenstein) & YU(SML) : D767.5 .B67 2004 British leadership in air operations : Malaya and Burma / Michael Dockrill. in: British and Japanese military leadership in the Far
Far North : Liaison with Americans in North-West Burma Conference with Chiang Kai-shek, October 1943-Plans for re-establishing administration in North-East Burma - Advance from North-West - Re-establishment of administration in Myitkyina - Fort Hertz - Re-occupation of Bhamo, Katha, Northern and Southern Shan States - Administration in these Districts. in: Donnison, Frank Siegfried Vernon: British military ad- ministration in the Far East, 1943-46. ­ London : H. M.
Eastern War, 1941-1945 / ed. by Brian Bond ... ­ Lon-
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S. O., 1956. Pt.II, Burma, p.77-94. ­ (History of the Second World War : United Kingdom military series) D: B-SBB(74157 ; 132962 Potsdamer Str.) HD-SAI(jur 69 C 43) US: CU(Kroch D767 .D68) Main campaign : Re-occupation of rest of Burma - 'Formation ' stage - 'Semi-territorial' stage - Re-establishment of administration in Chin Hills, Naga Hills, Upper Chindwin, Katha, Lower Chindwin, Shwebo, and Sagaing Districts - Pakokku District - Meiktila District - Mandalay District - Arakan Division - Advance on Lower Burma - Re-occupation of Rangoon - The Delta - Tenasserim Division. in: Donnison, Frank Siegfried Vernon: British military ad- ministration in the Far East, 1943-46. ­ London : H. M. S. O., 1956. Pt.II, Burma, p.95-112. ­ (History of the Second World War : United Kingdom military series) D: B-SBB(74157 ; 132962 Potsdamer Str.) HD-SAI(jur 69 C 43) US: CU(Kroch D767 .D68) Territorial administration : Move of headquarters to Rangoon Administration in Rangoon - 'Territorial' stage in rest of Burma Advisory Council set up - Handover to civil government - Retrospect. in: Donnison, Frank Siegfried Vernon: British military ad- ministration in the Far East, 1943-46. ­ London : H. M. S. O., 1956. Pt.II, Burma, p.113-134. ­ (History of the Second World War : United Kingdom military series) D: B-SBB(74157 ; 132962 Potsdamer Str.) HD-SAI(jur 69 C 43) US: CU(Kroch D767 .D68) `Dunlop, Edward Reflections, 1946 and 1991 / Sir Edward Dunlop. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.144-150. ISBN 1-86373-577-1 `Dunlop, Ernest Edward <1907-1993> Medical experiences in Japanese captivity in: Parkin, Ray: Into the smother : a journal of the BurmaSiam railway. ­ London : Hogarth Pr., 1963. p.271-291 Subject(s): Prisoners and prisons, Japanese - Medicine AU: ANU(Chifley D805.J3.P36) AWM((AAWM) 940.547252 P247i) NLA(N & NL 940.547252 PAR) SLSA(SSL) SLV(VSL) LT 940.547252 P22 SLWA(WLB) 1940.5472) UNSW((ADFA) D 805 .J3 P36 1963) UQ((QU) FRYG D805.J3P36) UWA(WU) 940.547252 D: B-SBB(368655 Potsdamer Str.) HD-SAI(reg 60 D 787)* F: Paris-BNF(8° Nx 7177) Paris-BLO(GEN.III.5308 ; 5564) GB: BL(9340 tt 30) BL-APAC(T 19929) CUL(539:1.c.620.59) OUL(Camera UB 24797 e.599) ULL(AUS 940.547 PAR) IRL:TCD(940.5472 K3)
SG: NUS(D805 *Tha.P) US: CU(Annex D805.J3 P24) HU(Widener HB 393.574.70) LC & NIU(SEA) & NNC(Butler) & OAU(Alden) & YU(SML) : D805.J3 P36 MiU(Hatcher D805.J3 P25) MnU(TC Wilson 940.9327 P229) NYPL(Res. D-14 7684) UC(NRLF D805.J3 P36 ; SRLF D805.J3 P22i) WU(Memorial Lib. D805 J3 P3) `Dunlop, Graham British tactical command and leadership in the Burma campaign, 1941-45 / Graham Dunlop. in: British and Japanese military leadership in the Far Eastern War, 1941-1945 / ed. by Brian Bond ... ­ London Cass, 2004. no.7, p.88-104. ­ (Cass series : military history and policy ; 17) ­ ISBN 0714656593 Subject(s): Military operations, British - Strategy and Tactics ; Command of troops ; Leadership ­ Japan ; Leadership ­ Great Britain AU:ANU(Chifley D767.5 .B67 2004) D: SBB(1 A 561485 Potsdamer Str.) GB: BL(YV.2005.a.8913) SOAS(D940.5425/930896) US: CU(Olin) & HU(WID-LC) & NjP(Firestone) & NNC(East Asian) & OAU(Alden) & UCB & UCLA(SRLF) & UoC(Regenstein) & YU(SML) : D767.5 .B67 2004 'Dunne, Joanne Remarks on Aung San, World War and Burma / Joanne Dunne. in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 63-75. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Contents: Aung San p.64 - World War and Burma: In retrospect p.65 - World War and Burma by Aung San p.68 ­ Conclusion p.74 Subject(s): Aung San <1915-1947> : Nationalist, Burmese Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) 'Dunne, Joanne Synopsis of the article: World War and Burma by Aung San, 1940 / Joanne Dunne in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 53-55. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Contains: Brief summery of article p.53 Subject(s): Aung San <1915-1947> : Nationalist, Burmese Foreign relations ; Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8)
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`Dupuy, Trevor Nevitt Birma : de opmars uit het noorden in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 5. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1969. p. 272-277, illus. GB: BL-DSL(X 802/1616)* Burma : the drive from the North. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. Vol. 5.10. - London: Purnell, 1968. p.2062-67, illus.* GB: BL(P.633/5)*
in: Easum, Chester V.: Half-century of conflict. ­ New York : Harper, 1952. ­ (The Harper historical series) D: FR-UB(GE 73/7568) S-WLB(4/2720) `Edwards, J. H. Nepal and the Brigade of Gurkhas in: Royal Engineers journal 93, 1979, 220-230 Subject(s): Great Britain. Army. Brigade of Gurkhas Ethnology - Nepal Gurkha soldiers Gurkhas GB: BL
Burma and its army : a contrast in motivations and charasteristics. in: Antioch review 20, 1960, 428-440* China : the forgotten battleground / Col. Trevor N. Dupuy. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 4.10. - London : Purnell, 1967. p. 1644-24, illus. Subject(s): China : World War <1939-1945> Burma : Campaign GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 F /49)
'Eifried, Sharon How did they all survive? : An analysis of American nurses' experiences in Japanese prisoner-of-war camps / Elizabeth M. Norman, Sharon Eifried. in: Nursing history review : official journal of the American Association for the History of Nursing ; 3, 1995, 105-127 Subject(s): Prisoners or war ; History of Nursing ; War ­ History ; United States ; Japan GB: Well(Serials /NUR vol.3 1995)
Triumph in the North : victory in Burma / T. N. Dupuy. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 6.13. ­ London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2584-88, illus., maps. Subject(s): Burma : Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 E /39)
`Ellis, John To the Chindwin and the Irrawaddy: Fourteenth Army in Burma 481 43 Operation Matterhorn in: Ellis, John: One day in a very long war : Wednesday
De verovering van Noord-Birma. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 6. ­ Antwer-
25th. ­ London : Cape, 1998. no.42, p.481-495 ISBN 0-224-04244-0 D: S-WLB(G 2363)
pen : Staandaard Uitg., 1968. p. 346-349, illus., maps. GB: BL(X 802/1616)*
`Essin, Emmett M. Army Mule / Emmett M Essin
`Durant, Norman The Burma campaign 1943-1944. in: Bullock, William
in: Montana : the magazine of Western hstory 44.2, 1994.spring, 30-45 Ref.: JSTOR
Experiences of the Second World War in Burma / W. Bullock. ­ [London? :] George Mann, c1995. Subject(s): Burma : Personal narratives, British ; Campaign US: WaU(Suzzallo/Allen D811.A2 B858 1995)
The Great Snafu Fleet : 1st Combat Cargo/344th Airdrome/ 326th Troop Carrier Squadron in World War II's CBI Theater [Review of White, Gerald A. : The Great Snafu Fleet] in: The journal of military history 66.2, 2002, 609
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Across the Irrawaddy : Burma August 1944-March 1945 /
`E Maung Enemy legislation and judgments in Burma / E Maung. in: Journal of comparative legislation and international law 30.3/4, 1948,. 11-17 Subject(s): Burma : World War <1939-1945> ; World War <1939-1945> - Campaign
Geoffrey Evans. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 6,5. ­ London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2362-67, illus., maps. Subject(s): Burma : Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 E /40)
GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 I /69)
Holding the Burma front : India and Burma, May 1942 to
`Easum, Chester V. Reduction of Japanese-dominated area, 1943-1944 : Burma
August 1943 / Geoffrey Evans.
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in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 4.11. - London : Purnell, 1967. p. 1632-36, illus., maps. Subject(s): Burma : Campaign ; Opertions, Indian GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 B /30) Imphal : crisis in Burma / Geoffrey Evans. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 4.16. ­ London : Purnell, [1967]. p. 1765-75, illus., maps. ­ At cover: Kohima and Imphal : furning point in Burma. Subject(s): Burma : Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 E /41) De Japanse nederlaag in Birma. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 4. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1969. p.423-432, illus., map.* GB: BL(X 802/1616) Van de Chindwin naar de Irawadi. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 6. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1970. p.125-131, illus., map.* GB: BL(X 802/1616) De verdediging van het Birmafront. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 4. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1969. p.289-293, illus., map.* GB: BL(X 802/1616) `Evidence of hepatitis virus infection among Australian prisoners of war during World War II. / C. I. Smith ; F. Patterson ; K. J. Goulston ; P.H. Chapuis ; G. Chapman ; A. D. Tait ; O. F. Dent in: The Medical journal of Australia 147.5, 1987. Sep 7; 229-230 US: NLM Ref.: MEDLINE®/PubMed®, 'Excerpts from the debate in the House of Representatives of the Burmese Parliament on Febr. 23, 1940 in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 93-101. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Contents: 1. The resolution put before the House p.93 - 2. Two speeches, one by a Member of the Freedom, another by a British (pp.383-388) p.94 Subject(s) Foreign relations ; Politics and government <18241948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8)
Extract from 14th Army operational research report No. 24 in: Dunlop, Graham: Military economics, culture and logistics in the Burma Campaign 1942­1945. ­ London : Pickering & Chatto, 2009. App. 5, p.208. ­ (Warfare, society and culture ; 1) ­ ISBN 9781851966264 ; 1851966269 D: B-SBB(1 A 770333 Potsdamer Str.) FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF `Falk, Stanley L. Burma memoirs and the reality of war in: Army history 57, 2003, 4-13 in: The Second World War: Volume III: The Japanese War 1941-1945 / Jeremy Black, ed. ­ Aldershot, Hampshire, England; Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate, 2007. p. 307315 Subjects: Japan : Campaigns Ref.: BAS `Farmer, Victor Review of Beyond the Burma Road by Alan Houghton Brodric in: Pacific Affairs 18.4, 1945, 378-379. Ref.:JSTOR `Fedorowich, Kent Understanding the enemy : military intelligence, political warfare and Japanese prisoners of war in Australia, 1942-45 / Kent Fedorowich. in: Japanese prisoners of war / ed. by Philip Towle ... - London [etc.] : Hambledon Pr., 2000. #4. ­ ISBN 1852851929 GB: BL-DSS(m00/47167) CUL(539.1.c.800.148) US: CU(Olin x) & HU(Widener) : D805.J3 J26 2000 `Fergusson, Bernard Edward Emergency exit : the Chindits, Burma 1943 / Bernard Fergusson in: The mammoth book of special forces : true stories of fighting elite behind enemy lines / ed. by Jon E. Lewis. ­ New York : Carroll & Braf, 2006. ­ ISBN 0786714271 US: PCarlA(U262 .M13 2004) The Wingate myth. in: Journal / Royal United Services Institution 117, 1972, 75-76 Subject(s): Biographies - Generals, British : Wingate, Orde Charles <1903-1944> Generals, British - Military operations - Guerrillas ; Chindit operations ; Guerrilla Warfare ; Military operations, South-East Asia Command - Special Force, British Ref.: Graham G48
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`Flower, Sibylla Jane Captors and captives on the Burma-Thailand Railway / Sibylla Jane Flower. in: Prisoners of war and their captors in World War II / [ed. by] Bob Moore ... ­ Oxford ; Washington, D.C. : Berg, 1996. #9 p. 227-252. ­ ISBN 1859731570 (hd.) ; 185973152X (pbk.) Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad Prisoners and prisons AU: ANU(YY940.5472 P959) HK:HKU(940.5472 P95 M) US: LC(D805.A2P755 1996) Memory and the prisoner of war experience : the United Kingdom in: Forgotten captives in Japanese-occupied Asia / Hack, Karl ..., eds.. ­ Londo n; New York: Routledge, 2008. p. 57-72. ­ (Routledge studies in the modern history of Asia) Keyword(s): British POWs; attitudes of British authorities; historical record; commemoration; Singapore; Hong Kong; Japanese brutality; Thailand-Burma Railway Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad Prisoners and prisons Ref. BAS `Flying the Hump : the Veterans History Project highlights stories from World War II's China-Burma-India theater in: Library of Congress information bulletin (Washington, D.C., ISSN: 0041-7904) 67.1/2. 2008, 19 Subject(s): GB: BL-DSL(5198.200000) `Fox, P. R. Airborne lifeline : the Royal Air Force in Action over Burma, 1942-45 / by P. R. Fox. in: Military history journal / The South African Military History Society, SA (ISSN 0025-4016) 6.5, 1985.June Frisbee, John Bombers over Burma : it was up to a gunner and the navigator to get the riddled B-24 to an emergency landing / by John L. Frisbee. in: Air Force : journal of the Air Force Assn. 79.2,1996, Febr. Subject(s): B-24 ; AAF David and goliath : Many extraordinary encounters took place in the skies of World War II but none more bizarre than this / by John L. Frisbee. in: Air Force : journal of the Air Force Assn. 79.7,1996, July Subject(s): B-24 ; AAF ­ Bomb Group <7th> `Fujihashi, Tadao Advance to Moulmein / Tadao Fujihashi. in: Railwaymen in the war : tales by Japanese railway soldiers in Burma and Thailand, 1941-1947 / [ed. by] Ka-
zuo Tamayama ... - New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. pt. 2: Advance in Burma - p.60ss. ISBN 1-4039-3224-7 (hd.) Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad Military operations, Japanese - Moulmein Moulmein : Occupations Japanese <1942-1945> GB: SOAS(GB959.10452092 /947.542)* `Fujita, Hisakazu POWs and international law / Hisakazu Fujita. in: Japanese prisoners of war / ed. by Philip Towle ... - London [etc.] : Hambledon Pr., 2000. #5. ­ ISBN 1852851929 GB: BL-DSS(m00/47167) CUL(539.1.c.800.148) US: CU(Olin x) & HU(Widener) : D805.J3 J26 2000 `Fujiwara, Iwaichi Burma : the Japanese verdict / Iwaichi Fujiwara. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 4.16. - London : Purnell, 1967. p. 1790-91, illus., maps. Subject(s): Burma : Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 E /42) Retreat to the Chindwin. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. Vol. 5.10. ­ London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2045-48, illus.* GB: BL(P.633/5)* `Fursdon, Edward A pilgrimage to Kohima and Imphal : 97 and more remember. in: Army quarterly and defence journal 124, 1994, 295 to 299 Ref.: Graham E43 `Furuya, Harumi Japan's racial identity in the Second World War: ihe cultural context of Japanese treatment of POWs / Harumi Furuya. in: Japanese prisoners of war / ed. by Philip Towle ... - London [etc.] : Hambledon Pr., 2000. #7. ­ ISBN 1852851929 GB: BL-DSS(m00/47167) CUL(539.1.c.800.148) US: CU(Olin x) & HU(Widener) : D805.J3 J26 2000 GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG `Gaither, Ridgeley Goal of the paratroopers / by Ridgeley Gaither in: Objective, Burma / Warner Bros. Pictures ... - [n.l.,] Warner Bros. Pictures, 1945 `Gardner, Charles The triumph that was Burma / by Squadron Leader Charles Gardner.
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in: Military affairs 9.4, 1945.Winter, 283-290 Subject(s): Burma : Campaign Ref.: Graham B31 `Giffard, George James Operations in Assam and Burma from 23rd June, 1944 to 12th November, 1944 :the following despatch was submitted to the Secretary of State for War on the 14th August, 1945 / by General Sir George J .Giffard, Commander-in-Chief, 11 Army Group, South-East Asia Command. in: The London gazette of Friday 30th March, 1951: suppl. p. 1711-1736. Subject(s): Giffard, George James : General, British - War reports ; South-East Asia Command Military operations, British - Generals - War reports ; War reports - Generals, British D: HD-SAI(322 mil 80/3886 Kp)* GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 E /14)* Operations in Burma and North-East India from 16th November, 1943 to 22nd June, 1944 : the following despatch was submitted to the Secretary of State for War on the 19th June, 1945 / . by General Sir George J. Giffard, Commanderin-Chief, 11 Army Group, South East Asia command in: The London gazette of Tuesday, 13th March, 1951: suppl. p. 1349 to 1378. Subject(s): Giffard, George James > : General, British - War reports ; South-East Asia Command Military operations, British - Generals - War reports ; War reports - Generals, British D: HD-SAI(322 mil 80/3887 Kp)* GB: SOAS(L.GB 949/73.961) `Gilbert, Francis Novel of the week: Malvyn Bragg's A son of war in: New statesman (ISSN 1364-7431) 2001, July 2, 55 Ref.: OCLC 93627034
microscopy (26%), and positive serology (64%). Mean (+-SD) age of cases was 65 +- 7 years, and as expected, their blood eosinophil counts were significantly higher than controls (775 vs. 238 x 106/l, p p p p Discussion: S. stercoralis infection is common amongst ex-FEPOWs, particularly those from the ThaiBurma Railway project. It is usually characterized by a `larva currens' rash and marked eosinophilia. The condition is eminently treatable, and continued diagnostic surveillance is needed, if cases of potentially fatal hyperinfection are to be avoided. ­ BL-DSL Subject(s): Medicine ; Biotechnology ; Pharmaceutical chemistry GB: BL-DSL(7163.731000) `Gill, Geoffrey Disease & death on the Thai-Burma railway : medical aspects of British military imprisonment under the Japanese in Thailand and Burma, 1942-45 / Geoffrey Gill. in: Medical historian : bulletin of Liverpool Medical History Society 8, 1995/96, 55-63 Subject(s): Railroad construction workers ; Prisoners of war, British ; Military Personnel, British ; Mortality ; Morbidity ; Public Health Thailand ; Burma ; Great Britain GB: Wellcome(MED no. 5-9 1992-97) `Gilman, Dick Joining the railways / Dick Gilman. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.45-51. ­ ISBN 1-86373-577-1 `Girdwood, Ronald Haxton Fifty years after : some experiences of the medical care of prisoners of war / R. H. Girdwood. in: Scottish medical journal. 38.4, 1993.Aug., 120-124 Subject(s): Military Personnel ; Military Medicine - history ; Prisoners of war ; War - history ; Hospitals, Military ; Morbidity Japan ; India ; Burma Ref.: Wellcome bibliography
`Gill, G. V. Chronic Strongyloides stercoralis infection in former British Far East prisoners of war / G. V. Gill; E Welch; J W Bailey; D R Bell; N J Beeching in: QJM : monthly journal of the Association of Physicians (ISSN: 1460-2725) 97.12, 2004, 789-795 Abstract: Background: Chronic infections with the nematode worm Strongyloides stercoralis can occur in former WWII Far East prisoners of war (FEPOWs). The condition may be asymptomatic, but frequently causes a characteristic urticarial `larva currens' rash. Under conditions of immunosuppression (particularly systemic corticosteroid treatment) potentially fatal dissemination of larvae (`hyperinfection`) may occur. Aim: To review our total experience of strongyloidiasis in former FEPOWs, and investigate its prevalence, characteristics and risk factors. Design: Retrospective case series. Methods: We reviewed 2072 records of all FEPOWs seen at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, 1968-2002. Cases with strongyloidiasis were compared with noninfected controls. Results: There were 248 (12%) with strongyloidiasis. Diagnostic features included larva currens rash (70%), eosinophilia (66%), positive faecal culture (30%), positive faecal
Medical affairs in the Far East after V-J day : a personal view / R.H. Girdwood. in: Scottish medical journal 40.3, 1994.Jun., 84-87 Subject(s): Military Medicine ; Military Personnel ; Military Personnel - psychology ; Prisoners of war ; War - history ; Great Britain : Morale Burma Ref.: Wellcome bibliography `Gledhill, Alan Some aspects of the operation of international and military law in Burma, 1941-1945 in: Modern lw review 1949, 191-204 LL.D. London, 1958 Subject(s): International law - Burma GB: ULL-IALS(Depositary 13473)
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`Glines, C. V. Flying the hump : When the Japanese closed the Burma Road, the route to China was over the Himalayas by air / by C. V. Glines in: Air Force : journal of the Air Force Assn. 74.3, 1991, March `Gorman, J. H. The evacuation of Burma : fifty years ago / J. H. Gorman ; J. S. Logan ; D. A. D. Montgomery. in: Ulster medical journal 61.2, 1992.Oct., 166-171, map Subject(s): Gorman, J. H. Military Medicine ; Military operations ; Ref.: Wellcome bibliography US: NLM `Grant, I. L. Burma: The Land Campaign in: The RAF and the Far East war 1941-1945. ­ [Worthing, England :] Royal Air Force Historical Society, 1995. 4. ­ (Bracknell paper ; 6) ­ ISBN 095198244 ; 0951982443 GB: BL-DSL(2265.887200) `Guan, Kwa Chong [book review] Making enemies : war and state building in Burma by Mary P. Callahan / K. C. Guan in: Contemporary Southeast Asia (ISSN 0129-797X) 26.2, 2004, 386-387 Subject(s): Callahan, Mary P.: Making enemies GB: BL-DSL(3425.305500) `Guyot, Dorothy Hess The Burma Independence Army : a political movement in military garb / Dorothy Guyot. in: Southeast Asia in World War II : four essays / Josef Silverstein, ed. ... ­ New Haven: Southeast Asia Studies, Yale Univ., 1966. p.51-65. ­ (Monograph series / Yale Univ. Southeast Asia Studies ; 7) Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945 D: HDSAI(pol 53 C 232) US: CU(Kroch D767 .S58) LoC(D767.S56) The uses of Buddhism in wartime Burma. in: Asian studies (Quezon City, ISSN 0004-4679) 7, 1969, 50-80* `Guyot, James F. [book review] Making enemies : war and state building in Burma by Mary P. Callahan / James F Guyot in: The journal of Asian studies (ISSN: 0021-9118) 65.1. 2006, 222-224 Subject(s): Callahan, Mary P.: Making enemies GB: BL-DSL(4947.250000)
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH `Haifh, Michael E. "I'11 Go Where E'm Sent," "Vinegar Joe" Stilwell in the CBI. in: Military review 72.5, 1992,May, 73-83 `Hall, S. The politics of prisoner of war recovery : SOE and the Burma-Thailand Railway during World War II. in: Intelligence and national security (ISSN 0268-4527) 17.2, 2002.June, 51-80. Note: This article considers why SOE were given a prominent role in POW recovery in the Far East during the last months of the war and immediately after VJ Day. This was a task normally allotted to the International Committee of the Red Cross. It examines both strategic and humanitarian motivations as possible explanations of this policy. It reviews the means used to execute this policy along the Burma-Thailand Railway, including close cooperation with the Thai resistance movement. The success of SOE's operations are assessed and the impact of their testimony in the Tokyo War Crimes Trials is also reviewed against the background of a growing appreciation of the role of secret service in providing evidence to international tribunals. GB: BL-DSL(4531.827000) `Hammond, B. A. T. The train / Lt. Col. B A T Hammond. in: The Gunner magazine 292, 1995, 34-36, map. Note: An action involving 1st Bn Royal Welch Fusiliers south of Mandalay, March 1945. With Correspondence between the author and Col M. A. Demitriadi. Subject(s): Burma : Campaign GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 E /44) `Hauner, Gerard H. The War of the Springing Tigers by Gerard H. Corr / [Review by] Milan Hauner. in: Modern Asian studies 12.3, 1978, 524-527 `Hattendorf, John B [book review] Burma : the longest war 1941­45 - by Louis Allen. / John B Hattendorf in: Journal of Southeast Asian studies 18.02, 1987.09.07, 331 Ref.: CrossRef `Havers, John Burma Volunteer Air Force / by John Havers. in: Aeromilitaria : the Air-Britain Military Aviation Quarterly 1, 1991, 3-14 Subject(s): World War <1939-1945> - Military operations, Aerial Burma : World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns World War <1939-1945> - Burma. GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 U /89)
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`Havers, Robert The Changi POW Camp and the Burma-Thailand Railway / Robert Havers. in: Japanese prisoners of war / ed. by Philip Towle ... - London [etc.] : Hambledon Pr., 2000. p. 17-36 ISBN 1852851929 Subject(s): World War <1939-1945> - Concentration camps - Asia, Southeastern. World War <1939-1945> - Conscript labor - Asia, Southeastern. GB: BL-DSS(m00/47167) CUL(539.1.c.800.148) US: CU(Olin x) & HU(Widener) : D805.J3 J26 2000 `Hawkins, V. F. S. Point 5120 Kohima / V F S Hawkins. in: The army quarterly 1949.October, 12 p., maps. Subject(s): Burma : World War <1939-1945> ; Campaign GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 E /45)
mostly Indian 14th Army, which crushed them and the Japanese army they served, greatly hastening the end of the war. In May 1945 Rangoon was retaken by an Indian division; the same month the ragtag remains of the INA laid down their arms. questia `Heijmans-Van Bruggen, Mariska After the Burma-Thailand railway : the "Homecoming" / Mariska Heijmans-Van Bruggen. in: Prisoners of war, prisoners of peace : captivity, homecoming and memory in World War II / ed. by Bob Moore ... ­ Oxford : Berg, 2005. p. 151-162. ISBN 9781845201562 ; 1845201566 (hbk.) Subject(s): Prisoners and prisoners ; Prisoners of war - Survivors - Rebabilitation AU: MU((VMOU) MA-GEN 940.5472 M821P 2005) UQ(QU:SSAH) GB: BL-DSL(m05.30305) IRL:TCD(Berkeley 940.54 P51) US: HU(WID-LC D805.A2 P756 2005)
`Hawley, Dennis The death of Orde Wingate / Dennis Hawley. in: After the battle 96, 1997,1-13, illus., maps. Subject(s): Biographies - Generals, British : Wingate, Orde Charles <1903-1944> : Death and burial Generals, British - Death and burial ; Military operations, South-East Asia Command - Special Force, British D: HH-HSU(MIL 223:Z13065-0095/0106) GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 L /41) `He, S. The first Burma Campaign and the strategies of China, U.S.A. and Britain during World War II / H. Zhu ; S. He in: Si xiang zhan xian (ISSN: 1001-778) 4. 1995, 28 GB: BL-DSL(8294.714000) `Head, Richard. The Burma regiment / Richard Head. in: Journal of the Indian Military Historical Society 13.2, 1996.Sommer Subject(s): Burma Regiment Military operations, Indian - Burma Regiment GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 K /82) `Heehs, Peter India's divided loyalties by Peter Heehs. in: History today 45, 1995.July Note. The fall of Singapore was one of the greatest disasters ever suffered by the British armed forces. Left unprotected by the destruction of the American fleet in Pearl Harbor and the sinking of the warships Prince of Wales and Repulse, the garrison waited helplessly as the Japanese army swept down the Malay peninsula. The siege began on February 8th, 1942, and was over a week later. 85,000 men, what was left of the British, BritishIndian, and Australian forces, surrendered to the invader. Not all the defeated soldiers had to spend the next three years in Japanese prison camps. Of the 60,000 Indians who surrendered, 25,000 chose to go over to the enemy. They became the core of the Indian National Army (INA), which two years later took part in the Japanese invasion of India. In that campaign INA soldiers faced their own countrymen, members of General William Slim's
`Hill, J. Burma postscript : a Royal Berkshireman returns / J. Hill in: RUSI / Royal United Service Inst For Defence Studies (ISSN: 0307-184) 140.6, 1995, 54-59 GB: BL-DSL(8052.647530 The Burma war - fifty years on in: The British Army review (ISSN: 0952-4134) 110, 1995, 83 Subject(s): GB: BL-DSL(2289.175000) `Hill, L .J. L. The Forgotten army and the Capture of Mandalay, 8-20 March, 1945 / by L. J. L. Hill. in: The world reshaped / ed. by Richard Cobbold. ­ Houndmills, Basinstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan [etc.] v. 2. ­ (RUSI defence studies series) ISBN 0-333-65450-1 (hdc) ; 0-333-65451-X (pbk.) Subject(s): Burma : Campaign - Mandalay GB: SOAS (A940.55 /727496 ; E Coll 3 B /29) `Hiroshi, Abe Building the Burma-Siam Railroad / Abe Hiroshi. in: Japan at war : an oral history / [ed. by] Haruko Taya Cook ... ­ New York : New Pr. ; distr. by W.W. Norton, 1992. ­ ISBN 1565840143 Subject: World War <1939-1945> - Japan ; Oral history. US: HU(WID-LC) & UCB & UCLA(YRL) : D811.A2 C62 1992 `Hiroshi, Fowa Japanese operations in the Hukawng Valley. in: Military review 1963. Ref.: Graham F20 'Hkawn, Marip War without end / Marip Hkawn
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in: Cultural Survival Quarterly (Cambridge, MA) 13.4, 1989, 7-9 Subject(s): Kachin Anthropology & Sociology ; Ethnic Groups - Kachin `Hodges, Ian Burma-Thailand railway / Ian Hodges and Daniel Oakman. in: Wartime : official magazine of the Australian War Memorial 23, 2003, 34-37 Abstract: A photo-essay on this infamous Second World War railway built by prisoners of war. Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad.; Burma-Siam Railroad Pictorial works AU:AWM `Hopkins, James E. T. In Burma with Merrill's Marauders / J.E. Hopkins. in: Maryland medical journal 44.11, 1995.Nov., 945-949) Subject(s): Hopkins, James E. T. Military Medicine ; War - history United States ; Burma Ref.: Wellcome bibliography `Huber, Thomas M. [book review] Burma : the longest war by Louis Allen / Thomas M. Huber in: Military affairs : the journal of military history, including theory and technology (ISSN 0026-3931) 50.4, 1986. Oct, 214 Ref.: JSTOR IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII `Illustration of ordnance factory output, years ending March 1940, March 1942 and March 1944 in: Dunlop, Graham: Military economics, culture and logistics in the Burma Campaign 1942­1945. ­ London : Pickering & Chatto, 2009. App. 4, p.206. ­ (Warfare, society and culture ; 1) ­ ISBN 9781851966264 ; 1851966269 D: B-SBB(1 A 770333 Potsdamer Str.) 'India and the war : opinions and reactions in: The statesman (Calcutta) 1941. 36 p. AU:AWM((AAWM) 940.5354 I39R) GB: BL(ORW.1986.a.594 ; 595) `Isely, J. A. [book review] Stilwell's Mission to China by Charles F. Romanus and Riley Sunderland. - (United States Army in World War II : China-Burma-India theater) / J A Isely
in: The Journal of Modern History 26.4, 1954.Dec, 391392 Ref.: JSTOR JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ `Jackson, Robert Holding on : Burma and the Pacific, 1942 / Robert Jackson in: Jackson, Robert Through the eyes of the world's fighter aces : the greatest fighter pilot's of World War Two / Robert Jackson. ­ Barnsley : Pen & Sword, 2007. ISBN 1844154211 ; ISBN 9781844154210 (hbk.) AU: UNSW((ADFA) D785 .J32 2007) `Jalloh, S. B. The Sierra Leone Regiment, the Royal West African Frontier Force and the Burma War / S B Jalloh in: Internationales Afrikaforum (ISSN 0020-9430) 40.4, 2004, 369-378 GB: BL-DSL(4556.760000 ; P.703/23) `Japanese command crisis in Burma, 1944 / Major J. H. Moore, ed. in: Army journal 271, Dec. 1971, [14] p Subject(s): Military operations, Japanese - Commando ; Military operations, Japanese - Strategy and Tactics Der `japanische Angriff auf Burma in: Das Grosse Weltgeschehen / hrsg. von Herbert von Moos. Teil. 3. ­ Bern : Hallwag, 1942. Der Krieg in Ostasien, p. 257ss. D: KN-UB(gsx 70.10/m66-3) `Japan's war reparations, achievements and problems. in: Asian affairs 4.2, 1960, 99-111 D: KI-ZBW(XX 2708) `Johnson, R. T. Missile wounds of the head in the Burma campaign : with special reference to meningitis and ventriculitis due to virulent strains of escherichia coli / by R. T. Johnson. in: Wounds of the head : British journal of surgery. ­ Bristol : John Wright, 1947. p.172-177. ­ (War surgery ; supplement 1) Subject(s): Military operations - Medicine ; Medical and sanitary affairs ; Medicine, Military GB:Well(ARM Onsite store Spec.Coll.) Neurosurgery in jungle warfare / by R. T. Johnson. in: Manchester University Medical School gazette April 1946. 12 p. ­ Jefferson number
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Subject(s): Jungle Warfare - Medicine ; Military operations Medicine - Jungle ; Medical and sanitary affairs - Jungle ; Medicine, Military - Jungle ; Neurosurgery GB: Well(ARM Onsite store Spec.Coll.) Neurosurgery in the Eastern theatre of war / by R. T. Johnson ; R. C. S. Dick. in: The Lancet 1945.Aug. 18, 193 Subject(s): Military operations - Medicine ; Medical and sanitary affairs ; Medicine, Military ; Neurosurgery GB: Well(ARM Onsite store Spec.Coll.) `Johnstone, Ken Intermission in Burma / by Ken Johnstone. in: The Scouter 1948.April, 78-79 Note: Formation of a scout troop in Henzada 1945. Subject(s): Burma : World War <1939-1945> ; World War <1939-1945> - Campaign ; Social life and customs - History - 20th century GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 I /66) `Jungle war in Burma in: World War II newsreels 1937-1945 film library [videorecording(DVD)]. ­ [Anderson, S. C.] : Historical Archive, c2006. Disc.2. vol.2, 1943-1944. US: Harper College(DVD D743.22 .W67 2006) KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK
Subject(s): Correspondence - Officers, British : Kelly, Norman <1904-1976> Officers, British - Correspondence ; Colonial administrators, British - Correspondence GB: BL-APAC(YD.2011.a.4080) `Kelly, J. B. Memoirs of World War II : an Odyssey, chiefly concerning the China, Burma, India Theater in: Penn State international law review, 21.3, 2003, 449-476 GB: BL-DSL(6421.665000) `Kenichi, Arakawa Japanese War Leadership in the Burma Theatre : the Imphal Operation / Arakawa Kenichi in: British and Japanese military leadership in the Far Eastern War, 1941-1945 / ed. by Brian Bond ... ­ London Cass, 2004. #8, p. 105-122. ­ (Cass series : military history and policy ; 17) ­ ISBN 0714656593 Subject(s): Burma : Military operations, British - Strategy and Tactics ; Military operations, Army, Allied Forces Strategy and Tactics AU:ANU(Chifley D767.5 .B67 2004) D: SBB(1 A 561485 Potsdamer Str.) GB: BL(YV.2005.a.8913) SOAS(D940.5425/930896) US: CU(Olin) & HU(WID-LC) & NjP(Firestone) & NNC(East Asian) & OAU(Alden) & UCB & UCLA(SRLF) & UoC(Regenstein) & YU(SML) : D767.5 .B67 2004
`Kalecki, Michal The Trade Mission to Burma in: Studies in applied economics, 1940-1967 / Micha Kalecki ... ­ Oxford : Clarendon Pr., 1997. p.379. ­ (Collected works of Michal Kalecki ; 7) HK:HKU(330.942084 K1 Die Kampfhandlungen in Burma in: Das Scheitern der Verteidigungsstrategie des faschis- tischen Blocks. ­ Berlin : Militдrverl. der DDR, 1980. 9. Die Kampfhandlungen im Stillen Ozean, in China und Burma, 3, p.355-366. ­ (Geschichte des Zweiten Weltkrieges ; 8) D: FR-UB(TX 80/370-8) HD-UB(76 C 277) S-WLB(07117-8) TЬ-UB(16 B 1518-8)
`Keyes, Charles F. [book review) Buddhism, imperialism and war : Burma and Thailand in Modern History by Trevor Ling / Charles F. Keyes in: The Journal of Asian studies 40.1, 1980.Nov, 196-197 Subject(s): Ling, Trevor Oswald: Buddhism, imperialism and war : Burma and Thailand in modern history Ref.: JSTOR `Khan, Yasmin Remembering and forgetting : South Asia and the Second World War / Yasmin Khan in: The heritage of war / ed. by Martin Gegner ... ­ Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2012. ­ ISBN 041559328X ; 0415593298 (pbk.) Subject(s): War and society ; Memorialization - Political as-
`Kark, R. The nutritional status of Japanese prisoners of war, Burma 1945. / R Kark ; H. F. Aiton ; E. D. Pease in: Annals of internal medicine 25, 1946.Aug; 266-269 US: NLM Ref.: MEDLINE®/PubMed® `Kelly, Desmond M.D. Kelly's Burma campaign / Desmond Kelly in: Asian affairs 39.1, 2008.March, [17]-46 p., illus., maps.
pects ; Memorialization - Social aspects Ref.: US-HU `Kibata, Yoichi Japanese treatment of British prisoners : the historical context / Yoichi Kibata. in: Japanese prisoners of war / ed. by Philip Towle ... - London [etc.] : Hambledon Pr., 2000. #8. ­ ISBN 1852851929 GB: BL-DSS(m00/47167) CUL(539.1.c.800.148) US: CU(Olin x) & HU(Widener) : D805.J3 J26 2000
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`Kinvig, Clifford Allied POWs and the Burma-Thailand Railway / Clifford Kinvig. in: Japanese prisoners of war / ed. by Philip Towle ... - London [etc.] : Hambledon Pr., 2000. no. 3, p.37-57. ­ ISBN 1852851929 Subject(s): World War <1939-1945> - Concentration camps - Asia, Southeastern. World War <1939-1945> - Conscript labor - Asia, Southeastern. GB: BL-DSS(m00/47167) CUL(539.1.c.800.148) US: CU(Olin x) & HU(Widener) : D805.J3 J26 2000 `Knightley, Philip Cracking the Jap : Burchett on World War Two. in: Burchett reporting the other side of the world 1939 to 1983 / ed. by Ben Kiernan. ­ London : Quartet, 1986. p. 3-12 ­ ISBN 0-7043-2580-2 ­ Herbert 259 GB: BL(YC.1986.b.3028) BL-DSS(86/17812) SOAS(G070.433092/530903)
in: Food supplies and the Japanese occupation in SouthEast Asia / ed. by Paul H. Kratoska. ­ Basingstoke [etc.]: Macmillan ..., 1998. p. 9-31. ­ (Studies in the economies of East and South-East Asia) ISBN 0-333-68472-9 (MacMillan) Subject(s): Southeast Asia : Food supply - History ; Food shortage - History ; Famines - History Japanese occupation; World War II; Indonesia GB: BL-DSC(98/29313) CUL(235.c.99.865) US: CU(Kroch x) & HU(WID-LC) & NNC(Butler) & OCl : HD9016.S642 F66 1998 The Karen of Burma under Japanese Rule / Paul H. Kratoska. in: Southeast Asian minorities in the wartime Japanese empire / ed. by Paul H. Kratoska. ­ London : Routledge Curzon, 2002. p. 21ss. ­ ISBN 0-7007-1488-x Der `Krieg in Burma in: Das Grosse Weltgeschehen / hrsg. von Herbert von Moos. Teil 5. ­ Bern : Hallwag, 1944. Der Krieg gegen Japan. ca. 151-170 D: FR-UB(G 684,at-5) KN-UB(gsx 70.10/m66-5)
`Kobayashi, Hideo The post-war treatment of Japanese overseas nationals / Hideo Kobayashi. in: Japanese prisoners of war / ed. by Philip Towle ... - London [etc.] : Hambledon Pr., 2000. #10. ­ ISBN 1852851929 GB: BL-DSS(m00/47167) CUL(539.1.c.800.148) US: CU(Olin x) & HU(Widener) : D805.J3 J26 2000 `Koenig, William John Burma : the aftermath. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 8.10. ­ London : Purnell, 1969. p. 3389-93, illus.* GB: BL(P.633/5)* `Kosuge, Margaret Religion, the Red Cross and Japanese treatment of POWs / Margaret Kosuge. in: Japanese prisoners of war / ed. by Philip Towle ... - London [etc.] : Hambledon Pr., 2000. #9. ­ ISBN 1852851929 GB: BL-DSS(m00/47167) CUL(539.1.c.800.148) US: CU(Olin x) & HU(Widener) : D805.J3 J26 2000 `Kratoska, Paul H. Between China and the Japanese: wartime affairs in Kokang State and the failure of the Spiers Mission / Paul H. Kratoska. in: Southeast Asian minorities in the wartime Japanese empire / ed. by Paul H. Kratoska. ­ London : Routledge Curzon, 2002. p. 39ss. ­ ISBN 0-7007-1488-X
`Kurasawa, Aiko Transportation and rice distribution in South-East Asia during the Second World War / Aiko Kurasawa. in: Food supplies and the Japanese occupation in SouthEast Asia / ed. by Paul H. Kratoska. ­ Basingstoke [etc.]: Macmillan ..., 1998. #3, p. 32-66. ­ (Studies in the economies of East and South-East Asia) ISBN 0-333-68472-9 (MacMillan) Subject(s): Southeast Asia : Food supply - History ; Food shortage - History ; Famines - History Japanese occupation; World War II GB: BL-DSC(98/29313) CUL(235.c.99.865) US: CU(Kroch x) & HU(WID-LC) & NNC(Butler) & OCl : HD9016.S642 F66 1998 `Kwa, Chong Guan [book review] Making enemies : war and state building in Burma ... / Chong Guan Kwa in: Contemporary Southeast Asia : a journal of international and strategic aAffairs 26.2, 2004, 386-388 Subject(s): Callahan, Mary P.: Making enemies Ref.: ArticleFirst 'Kyaw Min Mein kampf a la Kyaw Min. in: Report of the Education Reconstruction Committee. ­ Rangoon : Govt Print., 1947, p. 60-76) Herbert 199 : < a wartime essay discussing education, formation of an elite and economic and social changes
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Peattie ... ­ Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Univ. Pr., c.2011. p. 357ss. ­ ISBN 978-0-8047-6206-9 ; 0-8047-6206-6 AU:NLA(YY 2011-5889) D: B-SBB(1 A 803747 Potsdamer Str.) GB: BL(YC.2011.a.2013) SOAS(CC951.0422 / 744186) US: CU(Kroch) & YU(SML X) : DS777.53 .B337 2011 `Lawford, James Philip in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. Vol. 8.5. ­ London : Purnell, 1968. p. 3256-59, illus.* GB: BL(P.633/5)* `Law-Yonne, Edward M. Dr. Ba Maw of Burma / by Edward M. Law-Yonne. in: Essays on Burma / ed. by John P. Ferguson. ­ Leiden : Brill, 1981. p. 1-18. ­ (Contributions to Asian studies, ISSN 0304-2693 ; 16) Subject(s): Ba Maw <1892-1980> Burma : History - 1824-1948 ; Reconstruction, 1939-1951 ; Politics and government ; Japanese occupation, 19421945 D: HD-SAI(inf Zs 322,16)* GB: SOAS(GB 901/449021* ; 683811 ; Per.34/272529) `Leach, Frank Burton Burma. in: Quarterly review 283, 1945, 430-444* Burma : a new strategical position. in: Asiatic review 37, 1941, 841-845*
`Laird, M. Wars averted : Chanak 1922 ; Burma 1945-47 ; Berlin 1948 / Laird, M. in: The journal of strategic studies (ISSN: 0140-2390) 19.3, 1996, 343-364 GB: BL-DSL(5066.873000) `Landon, Knneth P. Nationalism in Southeastern Asia in: Far Eastern quarterly 2, 1943.Febr., 139-152 Sbrega 947:
Burma : land of nationalists. in: Canadian geographical journal 26, 1943, 285-288* Burma and her land communications. in: Asiatic review 36, 1940, 1-17* in: Journal of the Royal Central Asian Society 27, 1940, 6-20* Burma's war effort. in: Asiatic review 36, 1940, 745-750* Prospects of trade in Burma. in: Asiatic review 35, 1939, 370-378*
`Larsen, H. Hygiene and diseases in Japanese prisoner of war camps in Burma and Siam. / H. Larsen in: Bibliotek for laeger 144, 1952 Jan-Feb; 1-32 144, 1952 Mar-Apr; 33-68 US: NLM Ref.: MEDLINE®/PubMed®
`Leese, Oliver William Hargreaves Operations in Burma from 12th November, 1944 to 15th August, 1945 : the following despatch was submitted to the Secretary of State for War on the 4th of Februery, 1947 / by Lieutenant-General Sir Oliver Leese, Commander-in-Chief, Allied Land Forces, South East Asia. in: The London gazatte of Friday, 6th April, 1951, 18811963 : Suppl.2*
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`Leiper, N. Contests on the River Kwai : how a wartime tragedy became a recreational, commercial and nationalistic plaything / R. W. Braithwaite.; N. Leiper in: Current issues in tourism 13.4, 2010.09.24, 311-332 Ref.: Elsevier `Lewin, Ronald The reconquest of Burma ed. by S. Woodburn Kirby; M. R. Roberts; G. T. Wards; N. L. Desoer. - (The War against Japan ; 4) / Ronald Lewin in: International affairs / Royal Institute of International Affairs 42.1, 1966.Jan., 114-115 Ref.: JSTOR `Lim, Christina M. In the shadow of the tiger: the 407th air service squadron, Fourteenth Air Force, CBI, World War II / Chistina M. Lim and Sheldon H. Lim in: Chinese America : history and perspectives 1993. ­ San Francisco, CA : Chinese Historical Society of America, 1993. ­ ISBN 0961419881 9780961419882 Subject(s): WWII - Participation, Chinese-American Chinese Americans US: Allen County Public Lir.(Geneal. Dept. 973 C441CC) `Lim, Sheldon H In the shadow of the tiger: the 407th air service squadron, Fourteenth Air Force, CBI, World War II / Chistina M. Lim and Sheldon H. Lim in: Chinese America : history and perspectives 1993. ­ San Francisco, CA : Chinese Historical Society of America, 1993. ­ ISBN 0961419881 9780961419882 Subject(s): WWII - Participation, Chinese-American Chinese Americans US: Allen County Public Lir.(Geneal. Dept. 973 C441CC)
How World War II shaped Burma's future : colonial powers beat the Japanese but lost their empires / by Bertil Lintner in: Irrawaddy 13.8, 2006, April 30 Note: Colonial powers beat the Japanese but lost their empires ... "... while the Pacific War marked the beginning of the end of colonialism, it had another, more severe impact on Burma. In the beginning, Aung San and his Burman nationalists had sided with the Japanese. His Burma Independence Army was armed and trained by the Japanese, while the Allied powers armed and equipped hill peoples such as the Karen and Kachin to fight the occupiers. Centuries of mistrust between the Burmans and the hill peoples resurfaced, and those wounds have not yet been healed. Even today, many Karen talk with bitterness about atrocities carried out against them by the BIA during the Japanese occupation, and the Kachin are proud to point out that they already had celebrated their victory manau in Myitkyina by the time the Burman nationalists in March 1945 turned their guns against the Japanese. The arming of the hill peoples, and vast quantities of weapons left behind by the Japanese, meant that Burma's ethnic conflicts from the very beginning turned violent ..." Ref.: Asia Pacific Media Services `Livingstone, Richard Burma : the War of stealth / Richard Livingstone. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 6.5. - London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2368-69 Subject(s): Burma : World War <1939-1945> ; Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5) SOAS(E Coll 3 H /26) Geheim actie in Birma. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 6. - Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1970. p.132-134, illus., map.* GB: BL(X 802/1616) `Lloyd, Idwal Burma and the war. in: Asiatic review 37, 1941, 657-661*
`Lindsay, D. K. L. Last weeks in Burma, April to May 1942. in: University of Edinburgh journal 12.2, 1943, 75-87 Note: An officer of the Indian Medical Service Subject(s): Burma : World War <1939-1945> ; World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns ; World War <1939-1945> Personal narratives, British GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 C /35 Photocopie) `Lintner, Bertil [Book review:] The Burma campaign and beyond / by Bertil Lintner ;: Burma : the forgotton war by Jon Latimer ; Another llok at the World War Two Burma theatre in: Irrawaddy 2005 Ref.: Asia Pacific Media Services Burmese battleground / by Bertil Lintner : [Book review] The War in Burma 1942-45 : a vital contribution to victory in the Far East, by Julian Thompson in: Far Eastern economic review 2003.Jan. 16 Ref.: Asia Pacific Media Services
`Lloyd-Still, R. M. Psychiatry in Burma after re-occupation. / R. M. Lloyd-Still in: Indian medical gazette 81.9, 1946.Sep, 341-3 US: NLM Ref.: MEDLINE®/PubMed® `Logan, J. S. The evacuation of Burma : fifty years ago / J. H. Gorman ; J. S. Logan ; D. A. D. Montgomery. in: Ulster medical journal 61.2, 1992.Oct., 166-17,1 map Subject(s): Gorman, J. H. Military Medicine ; Military operations Ref.: Wellcome bibliography `Lomax, Eric The railway man / Eric Lomax in: Far Eastern economic review (ISSN 0014-7591) 1996, 228 Ref.: OCLC 90578932
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ditto. in: The Penguin book of war : great military writings / ed. by John Keegan. ­ London : Viking, 1999. p. 447-451. ISBN 0670852996 SG: NUS(D25 Pen) ditto. in: The phenomenon of torture : readings and commen- tary / edited and with an introduction by William F. Schulz ... ­ Philadelphia : Univ. of Pennsylvania Pr., c2007. ch.II Being tortured p. 49-52 ISBN 0812219821 SG: NUS(HV8593 Phe 2007) `Lunt, James D. The Burma rifles / by J D Lunt. in: Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research 56/307, 1998.autumn, 11-16 Subject(s): Burma : Campaign GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 K /87) `Lyall Grant, Ian The British view : British railway demolitions in Burma, 1942 / Ian Lyall Grant. in: Railwaymen in the war : tales by Japanese railway soldiers in Burma and Thailand, 1941-1947 / [ed. by] Kazuo Tamayama ... - New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. pt. 2: Advance in Burma - p.74ss. ISBN 1-4039-3224-7 (hd.) Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad Military operations, British - Railways GB: SOAS(GB959.10452092 /947.542)* US: YU(SML D767.47 .R35X 2005) The British view : Railways in the Burma campaign / Ian Lyall Grant. in: Railwaymen in the war : tales by Japanese railway sol- diers in Burma and Thailand, 1941-1947 / [ed. by] Kazuo Tamayama ... - New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. pt 1: The training of railway soldiers ISBN 1-4039-3224-7 (hd.) Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad Military operations, British - Railways Occupations Japanese <1942-1945> GB: SOAS(GB959.10452092 /947.542)* US: YU(SML D767.47 .R35X 2005) `Lyman, Robert The art of manoeuvre at the operational level of war : Lieutenant-General WJ. Slim and Fourteenth Army, 1944-45 / Robert Lyman in: The challenges of high command : the British experience / ed. by Gary Sheffield ... ­ Basingstoke [etc.] : Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. Pt.II, The second world war, no.7, p. 88-112. ­ (Cormorant security studies) ­ ISBN 0-333-80438-4 Subject(s): Slim, William Slim : General, British - Strategy and Tactics
Military operations, British - Generals - Strategy and Tactics D: B-SBB(1 A 511788 Potsdamer Str.) Burma and the birth of modern warfare / R. Lyman in: The British Army review (ISSN: 0952-4134) 138, 2005, 55-66 GB: BL-DSL(2289.175000) [book review] Burma : the forgotten war / Jon Latimer in: British army review (ISSN 0952-4134) 136, 2004, 105 GB: BL-DSL(2289.175000) [book review] War in the Far East : to freedom through China / Anthony Hewitt ; Battle tales from Burma / John Randle ; Secret letters from the railway : the remarkable record of Charles Steel - a Japanese POW / Brian Best (ed.) ; Lost souls of the river Kwai : experiences of a British soldier on the railway of death / Bill Reed with Mitch Peeke in: British army review (London, ISSN 0952-4134) 136, 2004, 107-108 GB: BL-DSL(2289.175000) MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM `M.B.K. Ba Kyaw < Maung > `McAlindon, Thomas World War II : the Burmese jungle in: McAlindon, Thomas Two brothers, two wars : from the western front to the Burmese jungle. ­ Dublin : Lilliput Pr., 2008. p.117-182. ­ ISBN 978-1-8435-1145-8 ; 1-8435-11452 D: HD-Anglistisches Seminar D BO 1773) US: HU(Widener Harv. Depos. DA965.A1 M23 2008) `McCaffrey, Anne Mandalay / Anne McCaffrey in: Total war / ed. by David Drake and Bill Fawcett. - New York: Ace Books, 1990. 278 p. - (The Fleet ; 5) ISBN 0441011810 (pbk.) ; 9780441011810 Subject(s): SCIENCE FICTION, American. Science fiction, English. Ref.: OCLC 56511668 `Macleod, S. Psychiatry on the Burma-Thai railway (1942-1943) : Dr Rowley Richards and colleagues / Macleod S.
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in: Australasian psychiatry 18.6, 2010.12.01, 491-495 Ref.: Elsevier `McCormack, Gavan Apportioning the blame: Australian trials for railway crimes / Gavan McCormack. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.85-119. ­ ISBN 1-86373-577-1 Conclusion / Gavan McCormack and Hank Nelson. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.152-159. ISBN 1-86373-577-1 Introduction / Gavan McCormack and Hank Nelson. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.1-9. ­ ISBN 1-86373-577-1 `Mackay, Donald A padre with the Chindits / Donald Mackay. in: The Covenanter : the regimental journal of the Cameronians ; 1960. 13 p. Subject(s): Burma : Military operations GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 G /26) `Mackenzie, S. P. Prisoners of war and civilian Internees : the Asian and Pacific Theaters / S. P. MacKenzie. in: World War II in Asia and the Pacific and war's aftermath, with general themes : a handbook of literature and research / ed. by Loyd E. Lee ... ­ Westport, Conn. ; London : Greenwood Pr., 1998. #11 p.[172]186. ­ ISBN 0-313-29326-0 D: HD-SAI(inf 60 G 99/725)* HD-UB(99 A 3491) GB: BL(YC.2000.a.2787 US: CU(Kroch x) & HU(Widener) & LC : D767.W67 1998 `McMichael, Scott Ray Common man, uncommon leadership : Colonel Charles N. Hunter with Galahad in Burma in: Parameters 16.2, 1986.Summer, 45-57 Ref.: OCLC 52034188 `Mains, Tony The Anglo Indian Community Service in World War II before, during and after / by A A Mains. in: Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research 74.298, 1996.Summer, 121-127 Subject(s): Anglo-Indians : Burma - History - 20th century Burma : World War <1939-1945> - Campaign ; World War <1939-1945> ; Social life and customs - History 20th century. GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 I /67)
The Armed Forces of Burma 1886-1945 / A A Mains. in: Journal of the Indian Military Historical Society 15.1, 1998.Spring, 11-16 Subject(s): Burma : World War <1939-1945> ­ Campaigns GB:SOAS(E Coll 3 K /88) `Marriott, Hugh Leslie Medical problems of South-East Asia Command / H. l. Marriott. in: Lancet (London) 1945.1, [679]-684 Note: "Partly based on a paper given at a conference of the Medical Specialists of Allied Land Forces, SEA, in February 1945. For security reasons, figures are stated in somewhat vague terms" Ref.: Wellcome `Marston, Daniel P. A force transformed : the Indian Army and the Second World War / Daniel P. Marston. in: A military history of India and South Asia : from the East India Company to the nuclear era / ed. by Daniel P. Marston ... ­ Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2007. ISBN 0275985709 US: LC & NIU(Main) & NNC(Butler) : DS442 .M55 2007 Learning from defeat : the Burma campaign / Daniel Marston. in: The Pacific war companion : from Pearl Harbor to Hi- roshima / ed., Daniel Marston. ­ Oxford : Osprey, 2005. ISBN 1841768820 (hbk.) Subject(s): World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns - Pacific Area. AU: NLA(Nq 940.5426 P117) GB: OUL(M06.D02069) SOAS(D940.5426/936351) IRL:TCD(Berkeley HL-279-569) US: NBU(Central D767 .P33 2005) PCarlMH(D767 .P32 2005) Lost and Found in the Jungle : the Indian and British Army jungle warfare doctrines for Burma, 1943-5, and the Malayan Emergency, 1948-60 / Daniel Marston. in: Big wars and small wars : the British army and the les- sons of war in the twentieth century / ed. by Hew Strachan. ­ London ; New York : Routledge, 2006. p.84114. ­ (Cass series : military history and policy ; 23) ­ Conference 'The Proof of the Pudding' ; (Oxford : 2003.03). -- ISBN 9780415361965 , 0415361966 ; 9780415545044 (pbk.); 0415545048 Subject(s): Jungle Warfare - Strategy and Tactics Strategy, British ; Strategy, Indian ; Warfare - Strategy India : Politics & Government ; Armed Forces D: B-SBB(1 A 626179 Potsdamer Str.) GB:BL(YK.2007.a.8320 ) DSL(m06/.31766) J: KU HK:HKU(355.033542 S89) US: CU(Olin DA69 .S73 2006) The war in Burma, 1942-1945 : the 7/10th Baluch experience / Daniel Marston
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in: The Indian Army in the two World Wars / ed. by Kaushik Roy.-- Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston : Brill, 2012. No.8, p. 255-294. ­ (History of warefare ; 70) ISBN 9789004185500 , 900418550X D: B-SBB(1 A 824641 Potsdamer Str.) GB: GB(ZA.9.a.9590(70)) BL-DSL(4318.16600) OUL(IND) US: CU(Kroch DS47.I5 I54 2012) `Mason, Philip [book review] The Chindit war : the campaign in Burma 1944 by Shelford Bidwell / Philip Mason in: International affairs / Royal Institute of International Affairs Summer 56.3, 1980, 520-521 Subject(s): Bidwell, Shelford : The Chindit war Ref.: JSTOR 'Material on Aung San, Ba Maw, Ba Khaing, World War and Burma. in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p.32-91. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Contents: 1. Kyaw Hoe, bibliographical information (Transl.: Frankie Tun) p.32 - 2. Tin Htway: Translation of Aung San, World War and Burma (1979) p.33 - 3. Thet Tun, Translation of Aung San, World War and Burma (ca. 2003) p.42 - World War and Myanmar by Thakin Aung San p.42 - World affairs and Myanmar`s role p.43 - 4. Shwe Sin Aung, Assesment Aung San's article (Transl.: Takin Hla Kun) p.48 - The author's life sketch p.48 - The facts of the article in brief p.49 - Analysis p.52 - 5. Joanne Dunne, Synopsis of the article: World War and Burma by Aung San, 1940 p.53 - Brief summery of article p.53 - 6. Susanne Prager Nyein, An essay on Aung San's World War and Burma p.56 - I. Introductory remarks p.56 - II. The pamphlet p.56 - III. Historical background and setting p.59 - 7. Joanne Dunne, Remarks on Aung San, World War and Burma p.63 - Aung San p.64 - World War and Burma: In retrospect p.65 - World War and Burma by Aung San p.68 ­ Conclusion p.74 - 8.1. Ba Maw, The World War and Burma (Transl.: Chit Thein Oo) p.76 - 8.2. Ba Maw, The World War and Burma (Transl.: Khin Maung Saw) p.77 - 9.1. Ba Khine, The World War and Burma (Transl.: Chit Thein Oo) p.78 - 9.2. Fabian U Ba Khaing The World War and Burma (Transl.: Khin Maung Saw) p.80 - 10. Two Burmese marching songs (Transl.: Tin Htway) p.83 - 10.1 Bama Letyone Tat marching song p.83 - 10.2 U Maung Gyi's `Ye Tat' marching song no. 1 p.84 - 11. Aung San on the "International situation" (1946) p.85 - 12. Appendices on "World War and Burma" p.88 - 12.1.1 Thakin Soe, Historical materialism (Transl.: Chit Thein Oo) p.88 - 12.1.2 Thakin Soe The history of materialism (Transl.: Khin Maung Saw) p.89 12.2.1 Nagani policy not changed (Transl.: Chit Thein Oo) p.90 - 12.2.2 Nagani's policy will not be changed (Transl.: Khin Maung Saw) p.91 Subject(s): Aung San <1915-1947> : Nationalist, Burmese ; Ba Maw <1892-1980> : Nationalist, Burmese ; Ba Khaing <19061940> : Nationalist, Burmese
Foreign relations ; Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) 'Material on Ba Hein, World War and Burma's future. in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 18-31. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Contents: 1. Kyaw Hoe, bibliographical information (Transl.: Frankie Tun) p.18 - Reproduction: Title page p.19 - 2. Shwe Sin Aung: Book review on Ba Hein (Transl.: Tin Hlaing) p.20 - Biography of the author p.20 - The book's abstract p.21 Comments p.28 - 3. Bernhard Dahm, commentary p.30 Subject(s):Ba Hein <1917-1946> : Nationalist, Burmese Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) `Maung Maung <1925-1994> Bogyoke - an appreciation in: Maung Maung: Burma's teething time. ­ Rangoon : Bama "Ar" Publ., [1949]. p.[43]-48. ­ From an address to the Rangoon Teachers' Union on Martyr's day the 19th of July 1949 The mighty drama in: The Burman 29.5.49 repr: Maung Maung Burma's teething time. ­ Rangoon : Bama "Ar" Publ., [1949]. p.[75]-77. On the victory in: Maung Maung: Burma's teething time. ­ Rangoon : Bama "Ar" Publ., [1949]. p.[33]-38. ­ Broadcast on the 20th Nov., 1947 The resistance movement in: Maung Maung: Burma's teething time. ­ Rangoon : Bama "Ar" Publ., [1949]. p.[13]-20. ­ Broadcast on the 1st of July, 1947 Revolution in: Maung Maung: Burma's teething time. ­ Rangoon : Bama "Ar" Publ., [1949]. p.[39]-42. ­ Broadcast on the 11th Dec., 1947 `Mead, Peter W. Orde Wingate ­ two views / Peter Mead and Shelford Bidwell. in: Journal of contemporary history 15, 1980, 401-404 Subject(s): Wingate, Orde Charles,d1903-1944 World War, 1939-1945zBurma. World War, 1939-1945xCampaignszBurma GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 L /44)
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Orde Wingate and the official historians in: Journal of contemporary history 14.1, 1979, Jan, p. 55-82. Subject(s): Biographies - Generals, British : Wingate, Orde Charles <1903-1944> Military operations, South-East Asia Command - Special Force, British ; Generals, British - Biographies Ref.: Herbert 397 GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 L /43) Wingate : the pursuit of truth / Robert Thompson and Peter Mead in: Army quarterly and defence journal 108.3, 1978, 333-340. Subject(s): World War <1939-1945> ­ Burma. World War <1939-1945> ­ Campaigns ­ Burma. World War <1939-1945> ­ Burma ­ Biography. GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 L /51) `Merrill, Frank Dow <1903-1955> "The War in the CBI." in: Queen of battles : your ground forces in action ; a photographic epic of AGF operations of World War II told by the intrepid generals who led their troops the world over in global defense of their country from the dismal day of Pearl Harbor to final victory at Okinawa / US Army Field Forces [consulting ed.: Clary Thompson]. ­ New York : Wise, 1949. p 304-305 Subject(s): US Army Field Forces - Pictorial works US: MnU(TC Wilson D769.1 .Q33 1949) NjP(RECAP 14101.08.743) PCarlMH(D769.1Q8) `Merrill, Frank Dow in: American national biography 15, 1999, p. 357-359. Subject(s): Biographies - Generals, American : Merrill, Frank Dow <1903-1955> Composite Unit (Provisional) <5307th> Military operations, American - Composite Unit (Provisional) <5307th> `Michiko, Nakahara Malayan labor on the Thailand-Burma railway / Nakahara Michiko. in: Asian labor in the wartime Japanese empire : unknown histories / ed. by Paul H. Kratoska. ­ Armonk, NY [etc.] : Sharpe, c2005. p.249-266. ISBN 0-7656-1262-3 (hb.) GB: BL-DSS(m05/33949) SOAS(D940.53 /951356) US: YU(SML HD8726 .A825X 2005) Die `militдrische Lage an der Grenze von Burma und Bengalen in: Das Grosse Weltgeschehen / hrsg. von Herbert von Moos. Teil 4. ­ Bern : Hallwag, 1943. Krieg im Fernen Osten, ca. 183--208 D: FR-UB(G 684,at-4) KN-UB(gsx 70.10/m66-4)
`Moffett, A. J. The silent Chindit mules in: British medical journal 287, 1983, 1946-47, illus. GB: Well(Serials BRI v.287,1983) `Montgomery, D. A. D. The evacuation of Burma : fifty years ago / J. H. Gorman ; J. S. Logan ; D. A. D. Montgomery. in: Ulster medical journal 61.2, 1992.Oct., 166-17,1 map Subject(s): Gorman, J. H. Military Medicine ; Military operations Ref.: Wellcome bibliography `Moore, Christopher Paul The road to Burma [1942-43] in: Moore, Christopher Paul Fighting for America : black soldiers - the unsung heroes of World War II / Christopher Paul Moore.1st ed. ­ New York : One World/Ballatine Books, 2005. p.105110. ­ (A One World book) ­ ISBN 0-3454-5960-1 `Moore, M. Drop zone Burma : adventures in Allied Air-Supply 194345, by Roger Annett / M. Moore in: The journal of military history (ISSN: 0899-3718) 74.4, 2010, 1320 Subject(s): Annett, Roger: Drop zone Burma : adventures in allied air supply 1942-45 GB: BL-DSL(5019.945000) `Moreman, Tim From the Desert Sands to the Burmese jungle : the Indian Army and the lessons of North Africa, September 1939 ­ November 1942-/ Tim Moreman in: The Indian Army in the two World Wars / ed. by Kaushik Roy.-- Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston : Brill, 2012. No.7, p. 223-254. ­ (History of warefare ; 70) ISBN 9789004185500 , 900418550X D: B-SBB(1 A 824641 Potsdamer Str.) GB: GB(ZA.9.a.9590(70)) BL-DSL(4318.16600) OUL(IND) US: CU(Kroch DS47.I5 I54 2012) `Morris, E. [book review] China Dragons : a Rifle Company at war, Burma 1944-5 by John Hill / E. Morris in: British army review (London, ISSN 0952-4134) 136, 2004, 106 GB: BL-DSL((2289.175000) `Morris, Tom Memories of the Burma-Thailand Railway / Tom Morris. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.27-36. ­ ISBN 1-86373-577-1
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Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad - Prisoners and prisons, Japanese ; Burma-Siam Railroad - Conscript labor. AU:NLA(NL 940.54725209593 B962) `Morrow, John H. Black Africans in World War II : the soldiers' stories / John Morrow in: The annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (ISSN 0002-7162) 632.1, 2010, 12-25 GB: BL-DSL(1018.800000) US: CU(Olin H1 .A49) Mountbatten, Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas <1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma, 1900-1979> The strategy of the South-East Asia Compaign. in: Royal United Services Institution journal 91, 1946, 469-484 Subject(s): Strategy and tactics Ref.: Graham B34 `Muir, Malcolm 1942 : the year of vindication for the new U.S. battleships in the war against Japan / Malcolm Muir in: World War II : variants and visions / ed. by Thomas O. Kelly II. ­ Collingdale, Pa. : Diane Pub., c1999. US: PCarlMH(D734.A1 W67 1999) `Murai, Yoshinori Asian forced labour (romusha) on the Burma-Thailand Railway / Yoshinori Murai. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.59-67. ­ ISBN 1-86373-577-1 Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad - Prisoners and prisons, Japanese ; Burma-Siam Railroad - Conscript labor d. AU:NLA(NL 940.54725209593 B962) NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN `Neillands, Robin Commando operations (Bardia and Burma) / Robin Neillands in: Amphibious assault : manoeuvre from the sea amphibious operations from the last centry / ed. by T. T. A. Lovering. ­ [Gt. Bt. :] Royal Navy, 2005. Subject(s): Landing operations ; Ampbibious warfare US: PCarlA(U261 .A43 2005) `Nelson, Hank Australian forces on the railway / Hank Nelson. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. App.A. p.160-161. ISBN 1-86373-577-1
Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad - Prisoners and prisons, Japanese ; Burma-Siam Railroad - Conscript labor. AU:NLA(NL 940.54725209593 B962) Conclusion / Gavan McCormack and Hank Nelson. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.152-159. ISBN 1-86373-577-1 Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad - Prisoners and prisons, Japanese ; Burma-Siam Railroad - Conscript labor. AU:NLA(NL 940.54725209593 B962) Introduction / Gavan McCormack and Hank Nelson. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.1-9. ­ ISBN 1-86373-577-1 Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad - Prisoners and prisons, Japanese ; Burma-Siam Railroad - Conscript labor AU:NLA(NL 940.54725209593 B962) Measuring the railwa : from individual lives to national history / Hank Nelson. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.10-26. ­ ISBN 1-86373-577-1 Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad - Prisoners and prisons, Japanese ; Burma-Siam Railroad - Conscript labor. AU:NLA(NL 940.54725209593 B962) Prisoner-of-war death rates : some compansons / Hank Nelson. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. App.B. p.162-165. ISBN 1-86373-577-1 Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad - Prisoners and prisons, Japanese ; Burma-Siam Railroad - Conscript labor AU:NLA(NL 940.54725209593 B962) `Nemoto, Kei Burma-occupation, collaboration, resistance and independence / Kei Nemoto in:. 1945 in Europe and Asia: reconsidering the end of World War II and the change of the world order / Krebs, Gerhard ..., eds. ­ Mьnchen: Iudicium, 1997. p. 283-305 ­ (Monographien / Philipp-Franz-vonSiebold-Stiftung. Deutsches Intitut fur Japanstudien ; 19) Subject(s): History <1752-1947> ; Japan ; History <18681945> Ref.: BAS `Nguyen, Dieu Thi European Reconquest and Neocolonialism in Southeast Asia / Dieu Thi Nguyen.
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in: World War II in Asia and the Pacific and war's aftermath, with general themes : a handbook of literature and research / ed. by Loyd E. Lee ... ­ Westport, Conn. ; London : Greenwood Pr., 1998. #10 p.[152]171. ­ ISBN 0-313-29326-0 D: HD-SAI(inf 60 G 99/725)* HD-UB(99 A 3491) GB: BL(YC.2000.a.2787 US: CU(Kroch x) & HU(Widener) & LC : D767.W67 1998 `Norman, Elizabeth M. How did they all survive? : An analysis of American nurses' experiences in Japanese prisoner-of-war camps / Elizabeth M. Norman, Sharon Eifried. in: Nursing history review : official journal of the American Association for the History of Nursing ; 3, 1995, 105-127 Subject(s): Prisoners or war ; History of Nursing ; War ­ History ; United States ; Japan GB: Well(Serials /NUR vol.3 1995) `Notes on jungle of northeastern India (Assam and Burma) : Helpful jungle notes in: ADTIC digest (Eglin Field, Fla. : Arctic, Desert and Tropic Information Center, Air University, U.S.) 1, 1943 Subject(s): US Army Air Forces : Handbooks, manuals etc. ; Wilderness survival ; Survival - Handbooks, manuals etc. US: HU(Countway Medicine W 2 A3 A6a) NLM(W2 A3) UW-Milwaukee(AGS Libr. GV200.5 .A38x) OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO `Oakman, Daniel Burma-Thailand railway / Ian Hodges and Daniel Oakman. in: Wartime : official magazine of the Australian War Memorial 23, 2003, 34-37 Abstract: A photo-essay on this infamous Second World War railway built by prisoners of war. Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad.; Burma-Siam Railroad Pictorial works AU:AWM `Ooms, Arno Prisoners of war put to work at the Thailand-Burma railway / Arno Ooms in: The encyclopedia of Indonesia in the Pacific War / Peter Post ..., eds. --. Leiden: Brill, 2010. p. 179-184. (Handbook of Oriental studies, sec.3, 19) Subject(s): Thailand ; History <1932-1973> ; History <17521947> Ref.: BAS `Operation STAMINA: Airlift of Army Stocks to IV Corps at Imphal in: Dunlop, Graham
Military economics, culture and logistics in the Burma Campaign 1942­1945. ­ London : Pickering & Chatto, 2009. App. 7, p.211. ­ (Warfare, society and culture ; 1) ­ ISBN 9781851966264 ; 1851966269 D: B-SBB(1 A 770333 Potsdamer Str.) `Outline ALFSEA and CCTF Forces, January 1945 in: Dunlop, Graham Military economics, culture and logistics in the Burma Campaign 1942­1945. ­ London : Pickering & Chatto, 2009. App. 8, p.212. ­ (Warfare, society and culture ; 1) ­ ISBN 9781851966264 ; 1851966269 D: B-SBB(1 A 770333 Potsdamer Str.) `Outline order of battle of the Allied Burma Army, 19 March 1942 in: Dunlop, Graham: Military economics, culture and logistics in the Burma Campaign 1942­1945. ­ London : Pickering & Chatto, 2009. App. 3, p.205. ­ (Warfare, society and culture ; 1) ­ ISBN 9781851966264 ; 1851966269 D: B-SBB(1 A 770333 Potsdamer Str.) `Outline order of battle of the Burma Garrison, 20 January 1942 in: Dunlop, Graham: Military economics, culture and logistics in the Burma Campaign 1942­1945. ­ London : Pickering & Chatto, 2009. App. 2, p.204. ­ (Warfare, society and culture ; 1) ­ ISBN 9781851966264 ; 1851966269 D: B-SBB(1 A 770333 Potsdamer Str.) `Outline SEAC Forces, December 1943 in: Dunlop , Graham: Military economics, culture and logistics in the Burma Campaign 1942­1945. ­ London : Pickering & Chatto, 2009. App. 6, p.209. ­ (Warfare, society and culture ; 1) ­ ISBN 978-185196-626-4 ; 185196-626-9 D: B-SBB(1 A 770333 Potsdamer Str.) pppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppp pppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppp `Pai, P'ing-chieh Builders of the Burma Road / by Pai P'ing-chieh in: Stories of China at war / ed. by Chi-chen Wang. ­ New York : Columbia Univ. Pr., 1947. p. 76-86. ISBN 0837183693 Subject(s): War stories, Chinese - Translations into English China Social life and customs - Fiction AU: UNSW (ADFA) PL 2658 .E8 W3 1947) NLA(895.1308 Wan) D: M-BSB TR-UB(JHQ/od967) US: CU(PL2658.E8 W21) HU/Widener Ch 380,50)
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`Parillo, Mark P. Burma and Southeast Asia, 1941-1945 / Mark P. Parillo in: World War II in Asia and the Pacific and war's aftermath, with general themes : a handbook of literature and research / ed. by Loyd E. Lee ... ­ Westport, Conn. ; London : Greenwood Pr., 1998. #6 p.[90]-103. ­ ISBN 0-313-29326-0 D: HD-SAI(inf 60 G 99/725)** HD-UB(99 A 3491) GB: BL(YC.2000.a.2787 US: CU(Kroch x) & HU(Widener) & LC : D767.W67 1998 `Parkin, R. The sources of the Australian tradition in irregular warfare, 1942-1974 in: Small wars & insurgencies (ISSN: 0959-2318) 20.1. 2009, 118-140 Abstract: This article had its genesis in a background study for the development of a new Australian Army counter-insurgency doctrine. Archival research showed that the Australian counterinsurgency doctrine employed in such post-1945 conflicts as Burma, Malaya, Borneo and Vietnam originated in the jungle campaigns of the South West Pacific Area during World War II. The historical record also showed that the Army's counterinsurgency doctrine, as with its World War II-jungle warfare doctrine, was a pragmatic amalgam of Australian experience and British doctrine. The article traces this process through the development of a series of doctrine manuals. It also considers the contribution of key individuals to both counter-insurgency theory and practice. This distinctively Australian approach to the development of doctrine was responsible for producing a highly successful manual, The Division in Battle: Pamphlet No. 11, Counter-Revolutionary Warfare (DIB 11), which the Army used during its involvement in Vietnam. ­ BL-DSL GB: BL-DSL(8310.169100) `Patience, Kevin Guide to the Death Railway / by Kevin Patience. in: The death railway : SOE operations over Europe. ­ London : Battle of Britain Prints, 1979. p. 13-20. ­ (After the battle ; 26) `Peacock, Basil Prisoner on the Kwai. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 5.10. ­ London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2068-72, illus.* GB: BL(P.633/5)* "Zieken eten niet" : relaas van een krijsgevangene in Birma. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 5. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1969. p. 278-283, illus., map.* GB: BL(X 802/1616) `Peck, Graham [book review] The Big Circle by Ho Yung-chi / Graham Peck in: Pacific affairs 22.4, 1949.Dec, 437-438 Ref.: JSTOR
in: Pacific affairs 22.4, 1949.Dec, 437-438 Ref.: JSTOR `Pearce, B. R. Sh07coates and Dunlop : art patrons of the Burma railroad in: ANZ journal of surgery (ISSN: 1445-1433) 79.Suppl. 1, 2009, A75-A75 Abstract: Over one hundred thousand British, Dutch, Australian and American troops became prisoners of the Japanese when they invaded Singapore in 1942; twenty thousand of them were Australians, members of the second AIF. One in four died as Prisoners-of-War (POW). Their torment and torture at the hands of the Japanese during three years of captivity - both in Changi prison camp and as slave labour on the Burma-Thailand railway have been the Subject of many books. In the absence of photography the graphic record of cruelty and hardship and the pain and suffering of the POW's on the Burma railway depended upon a few talented artists. Opportunities to record these scenes and particularly some of the medical conditions encountered were provided and encouraged by their senior medical officers. The role of Albert Coates and `Weary' Dunlop in providing leadership and inspiration for these artists under trying circumstances is discussed in this paper. ­ BL-DSL Subject(s): Medicine GB: BL-DSL(1566.878000) `Pease, E. D. The nutritional status of Japanese prisoners of war, Burma 1945 / R. Kark ; H. F. Aiton ; E. D. Pease in: Annals of internal medicine 25, 1946.Aug; 266-9 US: NLM Ref.: MEDLINE®/PubMed® `Peers, Douglas M. [book review] Making enemies : war and state building in Burma, by Mary P. Callahan / Douglas M Peers in: The journal of military history (Lexington, Va., ISSN 0899-3718) 69.3, 2005, 888-889 Subject(s): Callahan, Mary P.: Making enemies GB: BL-DSL(5019.945000) `Peers, William Raymond Guerilla operations in Northerm Burma / William R Peers and Dean Brelis. in: Military review 28, 1948, 11-13 12-20 Subject(s): Guerrilla operations - Burma, North Burma, North : Guerrilla operations Ref.: Graham H28 `Pelletier, Lawrence L. Chronic strongyloidiasis in World War II Far East exprisoners of war. / L. L. Pelletier, Jr in: The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 33.1, 1984.Jan-Jun, 51-61 US: NLM Ref.: MEDLINE®/PubMed®
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`Pennington, J. William Book reviews by Jane Keskar, Alison Vaughan Williams & the editor of: Pick up your parrots and monkeys in: The Kipling journal 312, 2004, 59. ­ ISSN 0023-1738 Ref.: OCLC 108516901 `Phan, Peter Familiar strangers: the Fourteenth Air Service Group case study of Chinese American identity during World War II / Peter Phan in: Chinese America : history and perspectives 1993. ­ San Francisco, CA : Chinese Historical Society of America, 1993. ­ ISBN 0961419881 9780961419882 Subject(s): WWII - Participation, Chinese-American Chinese Americans US: Allen County Public Lir.(Geneal. Dept. 973 C441CC) `Pocket guide to Burma in: Understanding Allies : GI wartime handbooks-- Britain, India, Burma & China / [ed. by Milton Walter Meyer]. ­ Claremont, Calif. : Paige Pr., c2008. ­ (Asian monographs ; 2) Subject(s): United States : Army -Handbooks, manuals, etc World War, 1939-1945 ; Intercultural Communication ; National characteristics, Burmese US: USMA(U113 .U37 2008) `Postal service in Arakan [Japanese Burma during World War II] in: Japanese philately (Silver Spring, MD) , 43.3, 1988.Jun, 115-120 Subject(s): Numismatics & Philately Ref.: BAS 'Prager Nyein, Susanne Coming of the 'future king': Burmese 'minlaung' expectations before and during the Second World War / Susanne Prager in: Journal of Burma studies (DeKalb, IL) 8.1, 2003, 1-32 Subject(s): History <1752-1947> Ref.: CrossRef 'Prager Nyein, Susanne An essay on Aung San's World War and Burma / Susanne Prager Nyein in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 56-62. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Contents: I. Introductory remarks p.56 - II. The pamphlet p.56 III. Historical background and setting p.59 Subject(s): Aung San <1915-1947> : Nationalist, Burmese Foreign relations ; Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8)
RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR `Rai, I. B Jaimaya alone arrived at Likhapani : against the backdrop of World War II, as the British Army pulls out of Burma, local communities are forced to flee ahead of the advancing Japanese forces. Of some 300,000 refugees that tried to reach India, around 30,000 are thought to have perished along what has become known as 'The Trek' ['Jaimaya aphumatra Likhapani aipugi' from Bipana Katipay by I.B. Rai] in: Himal (Lalitpur, Nepal, ISSN 1012-9804) 21.10-11, 2008. Oct-Nov, 92-97 Ref.: BAS `Reynolds, E. Bruce History, memory, compensation, and reconciliation : the abuse of labor along the Thailand-Burma railway / E. Bruce Reynolds. in: Asian labor in the wartime Japanese empire : unknown histories / ed. by Paul H. Kratoska ­ Armonk, NY [etc.] : Sharpe, c2005. #17, p.326ss. ­ ISBN 0-76561262-3 (hb.) Subject(s): Manpower ­ Japan ; Labor policy - Japan AU: NLA(YY 940.531 A832) GB: BL-DSS(m05/33949) SOAS(D940.53 /951356) HK:HKU(940.531 A83) US: CU(Kroch) YU(SML HD8726 .A825X 2005) ditto. in: Asian labor in the wartime Japanese empire / Paul H. Kratoska, ed. ­ Singapore : Singapore Univ. Pr., 2006. ­ ISBN 9789971693336 (pbk.) ; 997169333X (pbk.) GB:SOAS(D940.53 / 721966 `Roberts, Michael Rookherst The campaign in Burma, 1943-45 / by Brigadier M. R. Roberts. pt 1: The turn of the tide and the decisive battles. in : The Journal of the Royal United Services Institution (London) 101/602, 1956.May, 235-251 pt. 2: The reconquest. in : ibd. 101/603, 1956. August, 412-426, map. Subject(s): Burma : Campaign GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 B /36)* `Robinson, D. K. Cochran's Air Commandos / D. K. Robinson. in: Behind the lines : the journal of US military special operations 1994, 8 p., illus. Subject(s): Campaign GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 P /7)
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`Robinson, Douglas [book review] Crisis fleeting : original reports on military medicine in India and Burma in the Second World War comp. and ed. by James H. Stone / Douglas H Robinson in: Military affairs : the journal of military history, including theory and technology 34.4, 1970.Dec,. 147 Ref.: JSTOR `Rooney, David A grave injustice : Wingate and the establishment. in: History today 44, 1944, 11-13 Ref.: Graham L46 `Rosetto, Luigi The first Air Commando. in: Aerospace historian. ­ Manhattan, Kansas, 1982, 12 p. Subject(s): Campaigns GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 P /8) `Roy, Kaushik Discipline and morale of the African, British and Indian Army Units in Burma and India during World War II: July 1943 to August 1945 in: Modern Asian studies (ISSN 0026-749X) 44.6, 2010, 1255-1282 Subject(s): US: CU(DS1 .M68) GB: BL-DSL(5883.650000) Military Loyalty in the Colonial Context: A Case Study of the Indian Army during World War II / Kaushik Roy in: The Journal of Military history (ISSN 0899-3718) 73.2, 2009, 497-529 GB: BL-DSL(5019.945000) US: CU(Olin E181 M64) SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS The `sacrifice of Captain Randle. in: The Victor : illustrated boy's weekly comic 74, 1962, 2 p. Subject(s): World War <1939-1945> - Burma World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns - Burma GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 P /6) `Sakula, Alex The bridge on the River Kwai : medical reminiscences of 1945 in: Transactions of the Medical Society of London 102, 1985-86, 15-20, illus., bibliogr. ref. GB: Wellcome bibliography
`Samson, Gerald The Burma Road. in: Picture post (London) 8.5, 1940.3 Aug. Ref.: Bookseller `Saito, Kazuaki Towards reconciliation : Japanese reactions to Ernest Gordon / Kazuaki Saito. in: Japanese prisoners of war / ed. by Philip Towle ... - London [etc.] : Hambledon Pr., 2000. #11. ­ ISBN 1852851929 GB: BL-DSS(m00/47167) CUL(539.1.c.800.148) US: CU(Olin x) & HU(Widener) : D805.J3 J26 2000 `Sat, Shigeru Japanese Occupation, Resistance, and Collaboration in Asia / Shigeru Sato. in: World War II in Asia and the Pacific and war's aftermath, with general themes : a handbook of literature and research / ed. by Loyd E. Lee ... ­ Westport, Conn. ; London : Greenwood Pr., 1998. #8 p.[121]-137. ­ ISBN 0-313-29326-0 D: HD-SAI(inf 60 G 99/725)** HD-UB(99 A 3491) GB: BL(YC.2000.a.2787 US: CU(Kroch x) & HU(Widener) & LC : D767.W67 1998 `Saw Burma : in the war and after / Mr. Amery and U Saw. in: Asiatic review 38, 1942, 10-14* `Selth, Andrew Race and resistance in Burma, 1942, 1945 / Andrew Selth. in: The decolonization reader / ed. by James D. Le Sueur. ­ New york : Routledge, 2003. ISBN 0415231167 ; 0415231175 (pbk.) Subject(s): Decolonization AU: ANU(Menzies JV151 .D36 2003) NLA(YY 325.3 D296) `Seymour, Allyn Henry Burma since the war / by A. H. Seymour. in. Journal of the Royal Central Asian Society 30, 1943, p. 37-52 Subject(s): Seymour, Allyn Henry : Speeches, addresses etc. Campaign ; Occupation, Japanese <1942-1945> GB: BL-APAC(P/V 2098) `Shamraeff, Victor Working on the railroad : Siam-Burma in: Dispersal and renewal : Hong Kong University during the war years / ed. by Clifford Matthews ... ­ Hong Kong : Hong Kong Univ. Pr., c1998. p.213-220 HK:HKU(378.5125 U58 zd ; electronic source)
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`Shepard, John E. Warriors and Politics : the bitter lesson of Stilwell in China. in: Parameters 19.1, 1989.March, 41-75 `Shepperson, George [Book review] Soldiers, airmen, spies and whisperers : the Gold Coast in World War Two / by Nancy Ellen Lawler. ­ Athens, OH : Ohio Univ. Pr., 2002. XXIII, 286 p. ­ ISBN 0-8214-1430-5 War Bush: 81 (West African) Division in Burma 1943-1945 / by John A. L. Hamilton. ­ Norwich : Michael Russell (Publ.), 2001. 400 p. ­ ISBN 0-85955-267-5 / George Shepperson in: African affairs (ISSN: 0001-9909) 103.411, 2004.0401, 305-306 Subject(s): Lawler, Nancy Ellen: Soldiers, airmen, spies and whisperers : the Gold Coast in World War Two Hamilton, John A. L.: War Bush: 81 (West African) Division in Burma 1943-1945 GB: BL-DSL(0732.300000) `Shibata, Eiji A new conscript / Eiji Shibata. in: Railwaymen in the war : tales by Japanese railway soldiers in Burma and Thailand, 1941-1947 / [ed. by] Kazuo Tamayama ... - New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. pt. 1: The training of railway soldiers - p. 26ss ISBN 1-4039-3224-7 (hd.) Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad ; Conscript labor GB: SOAS(GB959.10452092 /947.542)* US: YU(SML D767.47 .R35X 2005) 'Shwe Sin Aung An appreciation of the article World War and Burma by Thakin Aung San that appeared in the Nagani journal before World War II / Shwe Sin Aung ; transl.: Takin Hla Kun. in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 48-52. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Contents: The author's life sketch p.48 - The facts of the article in brief p.49 - Analysis p.52 Subject(s): Aung San <1915-1947> : Nationalist, Burmese Foreign relations ; Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) `Silverstein, Josef The importance of the Japanese occupation of Southeast Asia to the political scientist / Josef Silverstein in: Southeast Asia in World War II : four essays / Josef Silverstein, ed. ­ New Haven: Southeast Asia Studies, Yale Univ.,1966. p.1-11. ­ (Monograph series / Yale University Southeast Asia Studies ; 7) D: HD-SAI(pol 53 C 232)*
[book review] Making enemies : War and State Building in Burma by Mary P Callahan / Josef Silverstein in: Pacific affairs 77.3, 2004, 602-603 Subject(s): Callahan, Mary P.: Making enemies Ref.: ArticleFirst 'Sin Aung Book review on Ba Hein, World War and Burma's future / Shwe Sin Aung ; English translation from Myanmar by Tin Hlaing. in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 20-29. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Contents: Biography of the author p.20 ­ The book's abstract p.21-28 ­ Comments p.28-39 Subject(s): Ba Hein <1917-1946> : Nationalist, Burmese Foreign relations ; Politics and government <1824-1948>; Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Literature, Burmese D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) 'Sito, Zyoichi Diary of a company commander / Zyoichi Sito. in: Railwaymen in the war : tales by Japanese railway soldiers in Burma and Thailand, 1941-1947 / [ed. by] Kazuo Tamayama ... - New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. pt. 2: Advance in Burma - p. 69ss ISBN 1-4039-3224-7 (hd.) Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad Military operations, Japanese - Railway GB: SOAS(GB959.10452092 /947.542)* US: YU(SML D767.47 .R35X 2005) `Slim, William Joseph Slim <1st Viscount, 1891-1970> The northern front in Burma / by Field Marshal the Viscount William Slim in: Combat : the war with Japan ... / ed. by Don Congdon.­ New York : Dell, 1962. p. 258-277. Subject(s): Slim, William Joseph Slim : General, British - Military operations Military operations, British - Personal narratives - Generals Burma, Northern : Military operations, British D: HD-SAI(reg 60 D 722)* Northern front in Burma / by Viscount Slim in: Combat WW II. Pacific : unforgettable eyewitness ac- counts of the momentous military struggles of World War II / ed. by Don Congdon. ­ New York : Galahad Books, 1996. ­ ISBN 0883659441 Subject(s): Slim, William Joseph Slim : General, British - Military operations Military operations, British - Personal narratives - Generals Burma, Northern : Military operations, British US: PCarlMH(D811.A2 C662 1996)
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The British reconquest of Burma, 1945. Extract from Field Marshal Sir William Slim, Defeat into Victory in: Southeast Asia in the twentieth century : a reader / Clive J. Christie [ed.] ­ London : Tauris, 1998. #IV,3 ­ ISBN 186064063X HK:HKU(959.05 C55) Some aspects of the campaign in Burma 1944-45. in: Asiatic review 42, 1946, 105-113* `Smith, C. I. Evidence of hepatitis virus infection among Australian prisoners of war during World War II. / C. I. Smith ; F. Patterson ; K. J. Goulston ; P.H. Chapuis ; G. Chapman ; A. D. Tait ; O. F. Dent in: The Medical journal of Australia 147.5, 1987. Sep 7; 229-230 US: NLM Ref.: MEDLINE®/PubMed®, `Smith, Martin Burma and world War II in: Cultural survival quarterly (Cambridge, MA, ISSN 0740-3291) 13.4, 1989, 4-6 Subject(s): Campaigns Ref.: BAS `Smith, Michael Why briton faced briton in Burma / Michael Smith. in: Daily Telegraph 1997.March 31, 2 p. Subject(s): Campaign GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 P /23) `Smith, Robert Barr Mad' Mike Calvert in Burma. in: World war II (Leesburg, Va.) 13.6, 1999.Febr. 01, 34. ­ ISSN 0898-4204 Note: British Brigadier Mike Calvert led the legendary 77 Brigade against the Japanese, adapting to the special requirements of jungle combat during the fight for Burma. Ref.: OCLC 13545127
/ onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 3. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1969. p. 82-93, illus., map. GB: BL(X 802/1616)* The long retreat : the first Burma Campaign / Brigadiers Sir John Smyth. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 3.3. ­ London : Purnell, 1967. p. [953]-963, illus., map. ­ At cover: Burma : langest retreat in British history ; an eyewitness report Subject(s): Military operations, British - Retreat D: HD-SAI(reg 60 D 794 Kp)** GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 P /11) `Spicer, Eva D. A journey over the Burma Road / by Eva D. Spicer. in: Scottish geographical magazine (Edinburgh) 57, 1941, 29-34 D: HD-SAI(122 ldk 79/608 SD) `Spiller, Harry Japanese prisoner of war camps, 1941-1945 in: Spiller, Harry: American POWs in World War II : twelve personal accounts of captivity by Germany and Japan. ­ Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, 2009. ­ IUSBN 0786442751 ; 9780786442751 Subject(s): Prisoners of war - Japan US: CU(Olin) & HU(Harvard Depository) & YU(X) D805.G3 S727 2009) Lieutenant Thomas J. Hart, captured during an offensive in Burma after being left for dead in: Spiller, Harry: American POWs in World War II : twelve personal accounts of captivity by Germany and Japan / Harry Spiller. ­ Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, 2009. ­ ISBN 0786442751 ; 9780786442751 Subject(s): Hart, Thomas J. : Personal narratives Prisoners of war - Japan - Biography ; Personal narratives, American GB: BL(YD.2009.a.8716 US: CU(Olin) & HU(Harv. Depos.) & USMA : D805.G3 S727 2009
`Smock, Elliot Burma 1945 : the road to Rangoon / by Elliot Smock. in: After the battle (London) 102, 1998, 30-45, illus Subject(s): Military operations, British GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 E /48)
`Springhall, John Mountbatten versus the Generals : British military rule of Singapore, 1945-1946. in: Journal of contemporary history 36.4, 2001, 635-652 Ref.: Oldenbourg
The discovery of KN563 / by Elliot Smock. in: After the battle (London) 102, 1998, p 46-49 Subject(s): Military operations, British GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 U /99) `Smyth, John George De eerste birmacampagne. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog
`Spinks, Charles Nelson The puppets of East Asia in: Asia and Americas 44, 1944.May, 212-215 Sbrega 1078:
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`Stanford, Graham Wingate - Clive of Burma / by Graham Stanford. in: Collis, Maurice Stewart The Burmese scene : political, historical, pictorial. ­ London : Crowther, [1943]. p.55-60 Subject(s): Biographies - Generals, British : Wingate, Orde Charles <1903-1944> Generals, British - Military operations - Guerrillas ; Chindit operations ; Guerrilla Warfare ; Military operations, South-East Asia Command - Special Force, British GB: BL(09059 a 26) SOAS(GB 930/47.299;* 476.891;* E Coll 3 I /63) `Starling, P. H. War in Burma - the award of the Victoria cross to Ferdinand Simeon LeQuesne / P. H. Starling in: Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps (ISSN: 0035-8665) 155.1. 2009, 39-41 Subject(s): LeQuesne, Ferdinand Simeon GB: BL-DSL(4853.000000) US: NLM The War in Burma - two more VCs / P H Starling in: Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps (ISSN: 0035-8665) 155.2. 2009, 118-121 Subject(s): Medicine GB: BL-DSL(4853.000000) US: NLM `Steeds, David Burma : the Longest War, 1941-45 / Louis Allen and David Steeds in: From Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima : the Second World War in Asia and the Pacific, 1941-1945 / ed. by Saki Dockrill. - New York : St. Martin's Pr., 1994. #6 ISBN 0312102461 Subject(s): Campaigns US: UCB & UCD(Shields) & UCI & UCLA(YRL) & UCR(Rivera) & UCSD(SSH) & UCSB : D767 .F76 1994 `Stone, James H. [book review] Time Runs out in CBI by Charles F. Romanus and Riley Sunderland. ­ (United States Army in World War II, ChinaBurma-India Theater) / James H Stone in: The Pacific Historical review 30.2, 1961.May, 199-200 Ref.: JSTOR
kets and natural resources of South East Asia offered a real opportunity to rebuild the Japanese economy, Burma because economic policy was already faltering and financial aid was needed. The Reparations Agreement between Japan and Burma became the model for ODA agreements with other South East Asian nations and the Japanese committed large sums to Burma, yet the Japanese mercantilist approach was never compatible with the Burmese road to Socialism. Since the imprisonment of Aung San Suu Kyi, some in Japan have promoted a policy of solidarity towards Burma, while others, including the new Prime Minister, Hatoyama have advocated an approach based on concern for human rights. ­ BL-DSL GB: BL-DSL(1742.270000) `Stevenson, D. F. Despatch : Air operations in Burma and the Bay of Bengal January 1 to May 22, 1942 / Air Vice Marshall D.F. Stevenson. in: London Gazette 1948, March 5: Supplement 21 p. Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945 ­ Burma ; World War, 1939-1945 - Campaigns - Burma. GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 U /68) `Stewart, Richard W. The Office of Strategic Services (OSS) Operational Group Burma : the "Arakan group" / Richard W. Stewart. in: The U.S. Army and World War II : selected papers from the Army's commemorative conferences / Judith L. Bellafaire, general ed. ­ Washington, D.C. : Center of Military History, United States Army, 1998. Pt IV - The U.S. Army at war : the war in the Pacific, 1943-1945, p.317-324 ISBN 016049589X Subject(s): United States : Military operations Military operations, American Military operations - Arakan Arakan : Campaign D: S-WLB(5871193) US: CU(Olin D769.2 .U18x 1998) `Stilwell's men in Burma take Jap air base! in: News of the day 15.290, 1944-07-18 - excerpt Note: "Victory of Stilwell in Burma! Capture of Myitkyina Air Field by Merrill's Marauders, after one of the infantry epics of this war"­Hearst index card. Includes footage of Chinese troops. Shot description: Airfield Burma (air shot). Soldier with gun sticking out of glider. Gliders in air toward landing strip (long shot). Glider landing. At 13 ft. hits another glider. Troops through woods. Approaching dead Jap. Dead Jap. Plane Uncle Joe's Chariot. General Stilwell shakes hands. General Stilwell and officers (semi). Same (closer). Stilwell (closeup). Review of Merrill's Raiders (long shot). Merrill takes salute. Troops parade into camera (Hearst index card). US: UCLA(Film and Television Archive)
`Strefford, Patrick How Japan's post-war relationship with Burma was shaped by AID / Patrick Strefford in: Asian affairs (ISSN: 0306-8374) 41.1. 2010, 35-45 Abstract: A relatively small group of Japanese war veterans has played a major part in creating a favourable image of Burma in Japan. In the early 1950s both Japan and Burma needed a swift agreement on reparations, the Japanese because the export mar-
`Stone, Amy The bridge over the River Kwai / Amy Atone. in: Death Railway and the bridge over the River Kwai : a grim episode of world War II, Kanchanaburi, Thailand. ­ [Bangkok : Siam Conception, 1982.] Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad ­ History Transportation ; Personal narratives US: Kroch D805.T5T42 1982) LC(D805.T5 T42 1982)
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TH: CU(TH 940.548 D285) `Stone, James H. Evacuation of the Sick and Wounded in the Second Burma Campaign,1 943-I 945. in: Military review 29.2, 1949.May, 44-51
A paper tiger : the Indian National Army in battle. in: War and society 13, 1995, 35-39 Subject(s): Indian National Army Military operations, Indian National Army Ref.: Graham O39
The Marauders and the Microbes. in: Infantry journal 64.3, 1949.March, 4-l 1 `Stout, Dorothy L. John C Crowell : a geologist's geologist. in: Geotimes (Falls Church, Va., ISSN 0016-8556) 44.6, 1999, 18-24. ­ Note: Crowell forecasted wave conditions for the Normandy Invasion and led a convoy section across the Burma Road during World War II. Subject(s): Crowell, John C. Burma Road Ref.: ArticleFirst
`Sunderland, Riley Bevoorradingsproblemen in Birma. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 4. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1969. p. 481-422, illus.* GB: BL(X 802/1616) Burma : the supply problem / Riley Sunderland. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 4.15. - London : Purnell, 1967. p. 1761-64, map, illus. Subject(s): Burma : World War 1939-1945 ­ Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 B /38)
`Sugarman, Martin Major Richard 'Ruby' Rubinstein: with the SOE in France and Burma in: Sugarman, Martin: Fighting back : British Jewry's mili-
Burma : the supply solution / Riley Sunderland. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 4.16. - London : Purnell, 1967. p. 1792, illus. Subject(s): Burma : World War 1939-1945 - Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 B /39)
tary contribution in the Second World War. ­ London ; Portland, OR : Vallentine Mitchell, 2010. no. 19, p.425-442. ­ ISBN 978-0-85303-900-6 ; 0-85303-9003 Subject(s): Participation, Jewish ; Jews - Great Britain Army - Participation D: S-WLB(60/14261)
Hoe de overwinning in Birma bevochten wird : de transportproblemen. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 6. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1968. p. 339-345, illus., maps. GB: BL(X 802/1616)*
US: CU(Olin D810.J4 S84 2010) HU(Widener Harv. Depos.)
Sinews of victory : victory in Burma, October 1944-May 1945 / Riley Sunderland.
`Sugarman, Martin Wingate's Boys: Jews with Orde Wingate and the Chindits in: Sugarman, Martin: Fighting back : British Jewry's mili- tary contribution in the Second World War. ­ London ;
in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. V. 6.13. - London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2577-83, map, illus. Subject(s): Burma : World War 1939-1945 ­ Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 E /49)
Portland, OR : Vallentine Mitchell, 2010. no. 7. On Ac- `Sunderland, Riley
tive Service, p. 141-14.. ­ ISBN 978-0-85303-900-6 ;
[book review]
0-85303-900-3
Wings of the Phoenix : the official story of the air war in
Subject(s): Participation, Jewish ; Jews - Great Britain -
Burma pep. by The Air Ministry; The Central Office of In-
Army - Participation
formation / Riley Sunderland
D: S-WLB(60/14261)
in: Military Affairs 13.4, 1949.Winter, 254-255
US: CU(Olin D810.J4 S84 2010) HU(Widener Harv. De-
Ref.: JSTOR
pos.)
`Swinson, Arthur Horace
`Sundaram, Chandar S.
Bij Kohima begon de Britse victorie.
The Indian National Army, 1942-1946 : a circumstantial
in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog
force / Chandar S. Sundaram.
/ onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 4. ­ Antwer-
in: A military history of India and South Asia : from the East India Company to the nuclear era / ed. by Daniel P. Marston ...­ Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2007. ­ ISBN 0275985709 Subject(s): Indian National Army Military operations, Indian National Army US: LC & NIU(Main) & NNC(Butler) : DS442 .M55 2007
pen : Staandaard Uitg., 1969. p. 435-446, illus., map. GB: BL(X 802/1616)* Birma : de laatste gerechten. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 6. ­ Antwer-
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pen : Staandaard Uitg., 1968. p. 366-374, illus. GB: BL(X 802/1616)* Burma : the last battles ; victory in Burma, May-August 1945 / Arthur Swinson. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 6.14. - London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2605-11, illus., maps. Subject(s): Burma : World War 1939-1945 ­ Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 E /50) The Chindits : Wingate's jungle raiders / Arthur Swinson. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 4.2. - London : Purnell, 1967. p. 1382-85, illus., maps. Subject(s): Biographies - Generals, British : Wingate, Orde Charles <1903-1944> ; Chindits Generals, British - Military operations ; Chindit operations ; Warfare -Jungle ; Military operations, Chindits GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 G /53) Commandotroepen in de jungle : Orde Wingate en zijn Chindits. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 6. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1969. p.45-51, illus., map GB: BL(X 802/1616)* The generals of the Burma Campaign / Arthur Swinson. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 6.14. - London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2610, illus., maps. Subject(s): Burma : Campaign GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 B /40) Highlights of the Burma Campaign. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 6.14. - London : Purnell, 1968. p. p. 2611 Subject(s): Burma : Campaign GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 B /40) Honda's last battles / Arthur Swinson. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 6.13. - London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2600-04, illus., maps. Subject(s): Burma : Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5) SOAS(E Coll 3 E /51) The Japanese soldier in Burma. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 7.16. ­ London : Purnell, 1968. p. 3131-33. GB: BL(P.633/5)* De Japanners in Centraal-Birma verslagen. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 6. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1968. p. 361-366, illus., map GB: BL(X 802/1616)*
Kohima : turning point in Burma / Arthur Swinson. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v 4.16. - London : Purnell, 1967. p. 1777-89, illus., maps. Subject(s): Kohima, India (City) : Siege, 1944 Burma : Campaign GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 E /52) Success in Arakan / Arthur Swinson. in: History of the Second World War / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 6.13. ­ London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2589-92, illus., maps. Subject(s): Military operations - Arakan ; Military operations - Victory Arakan : Military operations GB: BL(P.633/5)* SOAS(E Coll 3 D /22) Success in Arakan. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 6. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1968. p. 350-354, illus., map. GB: BL(X 802/1616)* Wingate's laatste veldtocht. in: Standaard geschiedenis van de tweede wereld oorlog / onder red. van Basil Liddell Hart ... Deel 5. ­ Antwerpen : Staandaard Uitg., 1968. p. 260-271, illus., map. GB: BL(X 802/1616)* Wingate's last campaign. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. v. 5.10. ­ London : Purnell, 1968. p. 2049-57, illus.* GB: BL(P.633/5)* `Symour, Allyn Henry Burma since the war / by A. H. Seymour. in: Journal of the Royal Central Asian Society 30, 1943, 37-52 Subject(s): World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns - Burma. Seymour, Allyn Henry, 1913- - Speeches, addresses etc. Royal Central Asian Society. Burma - History - Japanese occupation, 1942-1945. Ref.: OCLC 53465803 Some supply aspects of rehabilitation in post-war Burma. in: Asiatic review 43/153, 1947, 59-66* TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT `Tarling, Nicholas "An empire gem" : British wartime planning for post-war Burma in: Journal of Southeast Asian Studies; 11, 1982. Sept., 310-348
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Sbrega 953: Subject(s): Dorman-Smith, Reginald Hugh : Governor, British Autonomy and independence movements ; Politics and government <1824-1948> Ref.: Herbert 211 The fourth Anglo-Burmese war : Britain and the independence of Burma / by Nicholas Tarling. in: Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 12.1/2, 1982 D: HD-SAI(inf Zs 153) Lord Mountbatten and the return of civil government to Burma. in: Journal of imperial and commonwelth history 11, 1983, 197-226 GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 I /75) "A new and better cunning" : British wartime planning for post-war Burma, 1942-43 in: Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 13.1, 1982. March, 33-59 Sbrega 953: Herbert 211 Subject(s): Dorman-Smith, Reginald Hugh : Governor, Brit- ish Autonomy and independence movements ; Politics and government <1824-1948> D: HD-SAI(inf Zs 153) `Taung, Paline Burma and World War II in: Guardian (Rangoon, ISSN: 0434-7595) 25, 1978.Jun, 33-36 (cont.) Subject(s): Campaigns Ref.: BAS World War II and the Burmese ''nightingales'' in: Guardian (Rangoon, ISSN: 0434-7595) 23.3, Mar 1976.Mar. 10-19 Subject(s): Campaign Ref.: BAS `Taylor, Robert H. Burma in the anti-fascist war / Robert H. Taylor. in: Southeast Asia under Japanese occupation / Alfred W. McCoy, ed. ­ New Haven, Conn. : Yale Univ., Southeast Asia Studies, 1980. p. 132-157. ­ (Monograph series ; 22) ­ ISBN 0938692089 Herbert 277 : Army by the Japanese, the motivation and ideology of its leaders, the formation of the Anti-Fascist Organisation (AFO) in August 1944, and the Communists' role in organizing resistance to the Japanese.> D: HD-SAI(300 pol 87/446)* The legacies of World War II for Myanmar in: Legacies of World War II in South and East Asia / David Wee Hock Koh, ed. ­ Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2007. p. 60-73 Keywords: political views and attitudes; economic decline; ethnic conflict; wartime disruption Subject(s): Politics & Government ; Anthropology & Sociology - Ethnic Groups Ref.: BAS Marxism and resistance in waretime Burma / by Robert H. Talylor in: Thein Pe Myint Marxism and resistance in Burma, 1942-1945 : Thein Pe Myint's Wartime traveler ­ Athens, Ohio : Ohio Univ. Pr., 1984. p. 1-94. ­ (Southeast Asia translation series ; 4)­ ISBN 0-8214-0781-3 `Tayman, Nelson-Grant Stilwell road-land routh to China / Nelson-Grant Tayman. in: National geographic magazine 87.6, 1945.June Subject(s): Burma Road Burma : Campaign GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 F /39) `Thompson, Robert Grainger Ker Judgement on Wingate. in: Army quarterly 1978, July Subject(s): Biography, British : Wingate Orde Charles <1903-1944> : Judgement Ref.: Graham G40 `Thompson, Robert Wingate : the pursuit of truth / Robert Thompson and Peter Mead in: Army quarterly and defence journal 108.3, 1978, 333-340. Subject(s): Campaigns ; Biography. GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 L /51) `Thornycroft, David The Burma campaign and coalition warfare / D. Thornycroft in: The British Army review (ISSN: 0952-4134) 135, 2004, 27-33 GB: BL-DSL(2289.175000) `Tinker, Hugh Russell A forgotten long march : the Indian exodus from Burma, 1942 / Hugh Tinker in: Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 6.1, 1975,1-15
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Subject(s): Evacuation - Civilians ; Evacuation - Indian ; Military operations, Indian - Evacuation ; Military operations - Retraet GB: BL-APAC(V 22318) SOAS(E Coll 3 C /31)
Military operations, Chindits ; Military operations, american - Composite Unit (Provisional) <5307th> D: HD-SAI(inf Zs 191)
`Tippelskirch, Kurt von Die Wiedergewinnung von Burma in: Tippelskirch, Kurt von: Geschichte des Zweiten Welt- kriegs. 3. Aufl. ­ Bonn : Athenaeum-Verl., 1959. Das Kriegsende in Ostasien, 3. S.595-598 D: KN-UB(gsx 70.10/t46(3)) MA-UB(Vv 00143) S-UB(2G 6793(3) `Tomii, Sanzou A military civilians / Sanzou Tomii. in: Railwaymen in the war : tales by Japanese railway soldiers in Burma and Thailand, 1941-1947 / [ed. by] Kazuo Tamayama ... - New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. pt. 1: The training of railway soldiers - p. 36ss ISBN 1-4039-3224-7 (hd.) Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad Military operations, Japanese - Railway GB: SOAS(GB959.10452092 /947.542)* US: YU(SML D767.47 .R35X 2005) `Townsend, Susan C. Culture, race and power in Japan's wartime empire / Susan C. Townsend. in: Japanese prisoners of war / ed. by Philip Towle ... - London [etc.] : Hambledon Pr., 2000. #6. ­ ISBN 1852851929 GB: BL-DSS(m00/47167) CUL(539.1.c.800.148) US: CU(Olin x) & HU(Widener) : D805.J3 J26 2000 `Toye, Hugh The Indian national army 1941-1945 in: Indo-British review : a journal of history 16.1, 1990 Subject(s): Indian National Army GB: Durham
Historical notes on Japan's military occupation of Burma [/ Frank N. Trager]. in: Burma : Japanese military administration, selected documents, 1941-1945 / ed. with introd. by Frank N. Trager. ­ Philadelphia : Univ. of Pennsylvania Pr., 1971. p. 1-24. ­ ISBN 0-8122-7617-7 D: HD-SAI(322 adm 71/243)* `Tuchman, Barbara W. The retreat from Burma / Barbara W. Tuchman in: The History of World War II : the Pacific campaigns / [ed. by] Harry A Butowsky. ­ New York, N.Y. : American Heritage Custom Publ., 1997. #12. ISBN 0828109540 Subject(s): World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns - Burma. Ref.: OCLC 54755124 Stilwell III : the retreat from Burma / Barbara W. Tuchman. in: American heritage : February, 1971, vol. XXII, no. 2. - New York : American Heritage Pub., 1971 Subject: Stilwell, Joseph Warren, 1883-1946 World War <1939-1945> ­ Campaigns - Burma. Ref.: OCLC 33184434 `Tulloch, T. Cromarty The Karens in the war in Burma. in: Asiatic review 42/146, 1946, 248-250* `Turnbull, Patrick Edward Xenophon Battle of the box. in: Army quarterly and defence journal 116, 1986, 36 to 51 Ref.: Graham D23
Through the Jungle of Death : a boy's escape from wartime Burma / Stephen Brookes. in: TLS, the Times literary supplement 5130, 2001, 26 ISSN 0307-661X Subject(s): Escapes Ref.: OCLC 2241740 `Trager, Frank Newton Burma's secret army. in: History of the second world war / ed. by Barrie Pitt. Vol. 7.8. - London: Purnell, 1968. p. 2910-12, illus.* D: HD-SAI(reg 60 D 807 SD)* GB: BL(P.633/5)*
'Two Burmese marching songs / transl.: Tin Htway. in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 83-84. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Contents: 1 Bama Letyone Tat marching song p.83 - 2 U Maung Gyi's `Ye Tat' marching song no. 1 p.84 Subject(s): Maung Gyi : Marching song Autonomy and independence movements ; Nationalism ; Songs and music ; Marche D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) `Twomey, Christina
The Chindits and Marauders in wartime Burma. in: Pacific affairs 34, 1961, 62-66* Subject(s): Chindits ; Composite Unit (Provisional) <5307th>
Australian nurse POWs : gender, war and captivity / Christina Twomey in: Australian historical studies 36.124, 2004, 255-274 Ref.: ArticleFirst
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`Ugai, Yoshiharu Advance to Rangoon / Yoshiharu Ugai. in: Railwaymen in the war : tales by Japanese railway soldiers in Burma and Thailand, 1941-1947 / [ed. by] Kazuo Tamayama ... - New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. pt. 2: Advance in Burma - p.63ss. ISBN 1-4039-3224-7 (hd.) Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad Military operations, Japanese - Rangoon Rangoon : Occupations Japanese <1942-1945> GB: SOAS(GB959.10452092 /947.542)* US: YU(SML D767.47 .R35X 2005) `United States / Army Service Forces / Special Service Division Pocket guide to Burma in: Understanding Allies : GI wartime handbooks-- Britain, India, Burma & China / [ed. by Milton Walter Meyer]. ­ Claremont, Calif. : Paige Pr., c2008. ­ (Asian monographs ; 2) Subject(s): United States : Army -Handbooks, manuals, etc World War, 1939-1945 ; Intercultural communication ; National characteristics, Burmese US: USMA(U113 .U37 2008) `Uren, Tom Journeys in captivity / Tom Uren. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.52-58. ­ ISBN 1-86373-577-1 Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad - Prisoners and prisons, Japanese ; Burma-Siam Railroad - Conscript labor. AU:NLA(NL 940.54725209593 B962) `Utsumi, Aiko The Korean guards on the Burma-Thailand Railway / Aiko Utsumi. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.127-139. ISBN 1-86373-577-1 Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad - Prisoners and prisons, Japanese ; Burma-Siam Railroad - Conscript labor. AU:NLA(NL 940.54725209593 B962) Prisoners of war in the Pacific War: Japan's policy / Aiko Utsumi. in: The Burma-Thailand Railway : memory and history / ed. by Gavan McCormack ... ­ St. Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1993. p.68-84. ­ ISBN 1-86373-577-1 Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad - Prisoners and prisons, Japanese ; Burma-Siam Railroad - Conscript labor. AU:NLA(NL 940.54725209593 B962)
`Valor awards to Black soldiers in the Pacific and in the China-Burma-India theatre in: The exclusion of black soldiers from the Medal of Honor in World War II : the study commissioned by the United States Army to investigate racial bias in the awarding of the nation's highest military decoration / Elliott V. Converse III ... [et al.] ­ Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., 1997. Subject(s): Medals - United States ; Medal of Honor - African Americans. US: HU(Widener Harv. Depos. D796.5.U6 E93 1997x) `Van der Schaaf, A. Veterinary experiences as a Japanese prisoner of war and exPOW along the Burma Railroad from 1942 to January 1946. / A. van der Schaaf in: Tijdschrift voor diergeneeskunde 104.20: suppl 4, 1979.Oct 15; 212-28 US: NLM Ref.: MEDLINE®/PubMed® `Ven, Hans van de Stilwell in the stocks : the Chinese nationalists and the allied powers in the second world war. in: Asian affairs 34.3, 2003.Nov., 243-259. ­ ISSN 03068374 `Vest, Eugene B Native Words Learned by American Soldiers in India and Burma in World War II / Eugene B Vest in: American speech 23.3/4, 1948. Oct/Dec, 223-231 Ref.: JSTOR `Voges, George Memoires of Thailand-Burma railroad / George Voges. in: Death Railway and the bridge over the River Kwai : a grim episode of world War II, Kanchanaburi, Thailand. ­ [Bangkok : Siam Conception, 1982.] Subject(s): Burma-Siam Railroad - History Transportation ; Personal narratives US: Kroch D805.T5T42 1982) LC(D805.T5 T42 1982) TH: CU(TH 940.548 D285) WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW The `war in Burma : Stilwell works on the Ledo Road. in: Life 16.15, 1944, 34-37 Ref.: Bookseller
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`Weaver, Herbert [book review] Stilwell's mission to China / by Charles F. Romanus and Riley Sunderland ­ (United States Army in World War II. China-Burma-India Theater) / Herbert Weaver in: The Far Eastern quarterly 13.1, 1953.Nov, 71-73 Ref.: JSTOR `Webster, Donovan Blood, sweat, and toil along the Burma Road / by Donovan Webster ; photogr. by Maria Stenzel. in: National Geographic 2003, 84-103, col. illus. Subject(s): Burma Road SG: ISEAS(Doc B140)
World War <1939-1945> - Naval operations, British. World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns - Burma GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 T/3) `Wint, Guy <1910-1969> Japan's hundred days. D. Burma in: Calvocoressi, Peter ; Wint, Guy Total war : the story of World War II ­ New York : Random House, 1972. Pt. III. The high tide of war, p.713-740. ­ ISBN 0-394-47104-0 D: KN-UB(gsx 70.10/c15) US: HU(Lamont D743 .C24 1972)
`Weller, George <1907-2002> From Burma to China in: Weller, George Weller's war : a legendary foreign correspondent's saga of World War II on five continents / ed. by Anthony Weller. ­ New York : Crown Publishers, c2009. XIX, p.577-600. ­ ISBN 9780307406552 Subject(s) : War correspondents ­ United States ­ Biography ; Personal narratives, American US: HU(WID-LC D811.5 .W4425 2009) `White, Theodore Harold <1915-1986> The unbelievable Burma Road [Sino-Japanese War] in: White, Theodore H.: Theodore H. White at large : the best of his magazine writing, 1939-1986 / ed. by Edward T. Thompson. ­ New York : Pantheon Books, 1992. p. 71-78 Ref.: BAS `Whyte, Desmond A trying Chindit / Desmond Whyte. in: British medical journal 285, 1982.Dec. 18-25, 17761779, illus. Subject(s): Military Medicine World War <1939-1945> - Campaigns - Burma GB: SOAS(E Coll 3 G /42)
`Woodson, Dorsey W. [book review] The Burma Road : the epic story of the China-Burma-India Theater in World War II by Donovan Webster / Dorsey W Woodson in: Journal of military history (ISSN 0899-3718) 68.3, 2004, 997-999 Subject(s): Webster, Donovan: Burma Road China-Burma-India theater GB: BL-DSL(5019.945000) `Woodward, Ernest Llewellyn <1890-1971> Anglo-Japanese relations from the outbreak of war to the end of 1940: the temporary closing of the Burma Road: the Tripartite Pact: the reopening of the Burma Road: AngloAmerican discussions on the Far Eastern situation in: Woodward, Ernest L.: British foreign policy in the Second World War. ­ London : Her Majesty's Stat. Off., 1962. Ch. VIII. Great Britain, the United States, and Japan, I, p.164-168. ­ (History of the Second World War) Subject(s): Great Britain : Diplomacy ; Foreign relations Diplomacy - Great Britain ; Foreign relations - Great Britain D: DD-SLUB(67.4.2465) FR-UB(H8429) HD-UB(S 49, 12 : [24] (24) US: HU(Widener HB 453.129)
`Williams, James Howard <1897-1958> Elephant Bill. in: Reader's Digest Condensed Books 1, 1954. p. 321 to 376 GB: BL(WP.D 559/1) `Willmott, Hedley Paul The background to the Far East commitment / H. P. Willmott in: The British Pacific and East Indies fleets : "the forgotten fleets" 50th anniversary / ed. by David Brown. ­ Liverpool : D.M. Ratter, Brodie Pub., 1995. ISBN 1874447284 Subject(s): Great Britain. Royal Navy. British Pacific Fleet
'World affairs and Myanmar`s role in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 43-47. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Subject(s): All Burma Executive Committee, Central Executive Committee : Declaration Foreign relations ; Politics and government <1824-1948> ; Declaration, Political D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) 'World War II sources in: United States Army in world War II : Reader's guide
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in: The battle for China : essays on the military history of the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-1945 / ed. by Mark Peattie, Edward Drea, and Hans van de Ven. ­ Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Univ. Pr., c2011.p.386-391. ­ ISBN 0804762066 ; 9780804762069 Subjects: China : Armed Forces ; Campaigns - Central Burma Central Burma : Campaigns, Chinese AU:NLA(YY 2011-5889) D: B-SBB(1 A 803747 Potsdamer Str.) GB: BL(YC.2011.a.2013) SOAS(CC951.0422 /744186) US: CU(Kroch) & HU(WID-LC) & YU(SML X) : DS777.53 .B337 2011 `Zhu, H. The first Burma Campaign and the strategies of China, U.S.A. and Britain during World War II / H. Zhu ; S. He in: Si xiang zhan xian (ISSN: 1001-778) 4. 1995, 28 GB: BL-DSL(8294.714000) `Ziegler, Janet Rйpertoire international des bibliographies publiйes de 1945 а 1965 sur la seconde guerre mondiale. in: Revue d'histoire de la deuxiиme guerre mondiale 63, 1966, [69]-80 Subject(s): World War <1939-1945> - Bibliography US: CU (SRLF Z6207 .W8 Z62) 'Zoellner, Hans-Bernd Introduction / Hans-Bernd Zoellner in: Material on two books about World War and Burma / Hans-Bernd Zцllner (ed.) - Passau : Lehrstuhl fьr Sьdostasienkunde, Univ. Passau, 2006. p. 6-17. - (Passauer Beitrдge zur Sьdostasienkunde : Working papers ; 10.8) Contents: Burma and the world - the world and Burma: Broad issues, strong asymmetries p.6 - Developments in Burma between September 1939 and August 1940 p.10 - World, war & Burma in theory and practice. Some questions p.13 - About this volume p.16 Subject(s): Cripps, Stafford : Politician, British ; Aung San <1915-1947> : Nationalist, Burmese ; Ba Maw <1892-1980> : Nationalist, Burmese Foreign relations ; Politics and government <1824-1948> ; Autonomy and independence movements ; War in research D: HD-SAI HH-AAI(5:B10 1-8) Making Enemies : war and state building in Burma by Mary P. Callahan / H.-B. Zцllner in: Internationales Asien Forum :. International quarterly for Asian studies 2006.3/4, 407-409 Subject(s): Callahan, Mary P.: Making enemies Ref.: ArticleFirst
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