This review is from: Forgotten Voices of Burma: The Second World War's Forgotten Conflict (Paperback)
While Europe celebrated the end of the war the 14th Army were slogging it out with an enemy that was far from beaten.
In their own words they tell of the hand to hand combat, the heat, the incessant rain and all the dangers of jungle fighting.
This book is a collection of personal experiences by the men of the allied forces who were at the sharp end.
This is a keeper for anyone interested in WW2 history. An excellent book to dip into now and again.