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The Battle at Sangshak: Burma, March 1944

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Published by Leo Cooper 1st printing, 1989 A fine copy in a pictorial dust jacket. No inscriptions.
In March, 1944, on the Indo-Burmese border, there took place a small but significant battle, a prelude to the better known battles for Imphal and Kohmina. Sangshak was a village in the hills of \Assam, which lay in the path of the Japanese advance to Imphal For a week a valiant group of men, led by Brigadier Hope Thomson, held this vital hill feature against ferocious opposition from the enemy. This book tells the true story of what happened at Sangshak, for the author is proud to count himself among those who were there.

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Author(s):
Harry Seaman
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1989
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0850527201
Number of pages:
147
Publisher:
Lee Cooper London
Title:
The Battle at Sangshak

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Published by Leo Cooper 1st printing, 1989 A fine copy in a pictorial dust jacket. No inscriptions.
In March, 1944, on the Indo-Burmese border, there took place a small but significant battle, a prelude to the better known battles for Imphal and Kohmina. Sangshak was a village in the hills of \Assam, which lay in the path of the Japanese advance to Imphal For a week a valiant group of men, led by Brigadier Hope Thomson, held this vital hill feature against ferocious opposition from the enemy. This book tells the true story of what happened at Sangshak, for the author is proud to count himself among those who were there.

Author(s):
Harry Seaman
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1989
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0850527201
Number of pages:
147
Publisher:
Lee Cooper London
Title:
The Battle at Sangshak

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