China India Burma

124-CAV (Able) (Mars Task Force) Nam-Pak-Kha Jan-Feb 1945

China-Burma-India Operation of Troop A, 124th Cavalry (Mars Task Force) in the Battle of Nam-Pak-Kha, January 28 1945 to February 2 1945, Central Burma Campaign, Personal Experience of a Troop Commanding Officer, Maj William A. Locke Late in February, 1944 the first phase of the Allied Operation for the reconquest of Burma began. The purpose of...

124-CAV (S) (2-Sq) – Knight’s Hill – Burma – 1945

China - Burma - India Operation of the 2nd Squadron, 124th Cavalry Regiment (Special) Battle of Knight's Hill, Burma January 29 to February 2 1945 Central Burma Campaign. Personal Experience of a Squadron Commander Major George B. Jordan Introduction This historical analysis covers the operations of the 2nd Squadron, 124th Cavalry Special in the battle of Knight's Hill January 29 - February...

5307-(C)-(P) (Galahad) North Burma (LRPG) April-May 1944

Operations of the 5307 (Composite) Regiment (Provisional), Merrill's Marauders (Galahad) in North Burma. Period : April - May 1944, (LRPG) Long Range Penetration Mission, Personal Experience of the Counter Intelligence Corps Officer, Maj Farris Hardin. This archive covers the operations of the 5307th Composite Unit (Provisional), Merrill's Marauders (Galahad), in North Burma, from April...

5332 (P) LRPG – Central Burma – January 29 – July 15 (1945)

At the beginning of 1945, less than eight months remained before the final surrender of Japan. Those eight months, however, were to see some of the bitterest fighting of the war. Although the final outcome was no longer in doubt, when and how the conflict would end remained unclear. The American naval blockade of...

CBI – Japanese Operations Record – Burma – WW-2 – Ground Forces (1)

Burma Operations Record, 28th Army Operations in Akyab Area Revised in 1958 Prepared by the HQs USAFFE & Eight US Army (rear) Distributed by the Office of the Chief of Military History Distributed today by the European Center of Military History This record was compiled by the former staff officer of the 28th Japanese Army, Col Aiichi Okamura during...

China-Burma-India (CBI) – US Engineers and the Ledo Road

On December 1 1942, Gen Sir Archibald Wavell (British), the supreme commander of the Far Eastern Theater, agreed with Gen Joseph Stilwell (USA) to make the Ledo Road an American Northern Combat Area Command operation (NCAC). This road was intended to be the primary supply route to China and was built under the direction...

Chinese 198th Infantry Division – Salween River Operations – Burma

Operations of the 198th Infantry Division in the Battle of the Salween River Burma, September 1944, Major Lay Cheng-Lian, Regimental Commander. The purpose of this archive is to cover the operation of the 198th (Chinese) Infantry Division in the Salween River offensive, from its advance on MNon-Guu-Doo through the victory in Teng-Tzung, 14 September 1944. In...

Evolution of the OSS Detachment 101 in Burma 1942-1945 (P-1)

The Organizational evolution of the OSS Detachment 101 in Burma, 1942-1945 Troy James Sacquety The Office of Strategic Services (OSS), considered a predecessor organization to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and US Army Special Forces, was created during the Second World War as the first United States government organization whose role was to be a central...

NCAC – CAI – GALAHAD Portable Surgical Hospital – North Burma

Portable Surgical Hospitals Northern Burma Campaign Maj David A. Pattillo US Army. Mobile Surgical Hospitals have been a part of the Army Medical Department (AMEDD) structure since World War I. During WW-II, especially in the China - Burma - India (CBI) and Pacific Theaters, the employment of portable surgical hospitals was in concert with many of the proposed...
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54-SB – Sgt Thomas E. Warner – (Dad’s Footsteps)

This is a really nice set of photos (Belgium - Battle of the Bulge), never published before, and sent...
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