British and Commonwealth troops advancing through Burmese jungle.
Gurkhas build temporary wooden bridge to divert their Bren gun carriers from danger. Burma.
Good material showing Gurkhas advancing and living in jungles of Burma.
Gurkhas demonstrate camouflage and booby traps in Burma.
British and Australian troops advancing across flooded fields and through jungle.
Indian soldiers in sampans and leading mules through jungle in Burma.
Invasion scenes in Burma.
Jungle soldiers walk through the undergrowth then cook insects and crabs over a fire.
Jungle troops make a bridge over a muddy stream and drive their tanks over it.
Mountbatten speaking, mixed with footage of British soldier in Burma.
Shots of Canadian airmen on bombing mission over Myanmar.
Soldiers in the jungle set up booby traps and throw spears at dummies.
Allied forces crossing the Chindwin river in their advance towards Mandalay.
Training film for the military showing the good work of the Royal Army Service Corps.
Material showing British troops at rest at camp in Burma.
Newly trained Chinese soldiers fight Japanese in Burma.
Lord Mountbatten inspects Indian and British troops before they drop bombs in the jungle.
Second Division men back home from Burma.
Last shots of General Wingate + British troops fighting in Burmese jungle.
Australian airmen bomb Japanese on the Arakan front.
British troops advancing through Burmese jungle towards Mandalay.
Allied troops advancing through Burma - they are on the way to Kalemyo.
Latest news from the Burma front.
Burmese natives risk a treacherous journey to deliver supplies to British troops.
Footage of the allied campaign on the Burma Front.
Chiang Kai Shek arrives for talks in Burma; Burmese and Indian troops recapture Schwegyin.
Chin Hill tribesmen round up prisoners of war in the jungle. Burma.
Material showing Burma road to Japan and victory celebrations.
Charity appeal for Toc H - society formed to fight boredom and misery of forces overseas. c. 1944
Material showing the 'Railway of Death' constructed by allied prisoners of war. Burma.
Wounded men get transported by landing craft infantry to hospital ship in Burma.
British troops landing at Akyab, Burma.