Nearly a million strong by 1944, the British 14th Army fought and ultimately conquered the Japanese forces that invaded Burma and strove to break through into India. But the victory was hard won, with great suffering along the way. Here is the story of these remarkable soldiers, whose monument at Kohima reads: “When You Go Home, Tell Them Of Us And Say, For Their Tomorrow, We Gave Our Today.”
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A nicely written history, but the author has a curious aversion to commas. You have to insert them yourself to make sense of what should be sub-ordinate clauses, etc.