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Old 21-07-21, 13:31
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MT Routes are those across eastern India as far as the western edge of Burma, but not Burma proper. A very interesting map.

Slim was, in my view, one of the most capable but under-rated British generals: always on the far end of the supply sources from Europe and North America, his Army working in the most inhospitable of environments against a fanatical and dedicated enemy.

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