Sculptures of Buddha at a temple in Burma. Aerial views of white temple tower and city in Burma. Small and big sculptures of Buddha. Native kneel down on ground, join hands and pray in the temple. Large statue of Buddha with a painting on his feet. Visitors look at the statue.
Natives sell merchandise in a town, Burma. Native men, women and children on street. They sell merchandise like fish and grain. Weights in an old weighing scale. A group of women works in rice fields. Family members eat rice. Farmers carry large bags on their shoulders.
Japanese bombers fly over a city in Burma. British Official Building. Prime Minister, Winston Churchill's picture on a flag. Twin engine Japanese bombers parked on field. Squadron Commander briefs a group of pilots. Fleet of Japanese bombers in flight.
Burmese workers construct bridge for Japanese soldiers on Shweli River in Burma. Japanese soldiers transport army truck across bridge. Troops sit on field with rifles in hand. Japanese soldier smokes cigar. View of damaged bridge on Shweli River. Troops cross water stream and enter town. Soldiers inspect captures enemy fortress and large cannons. Japanese officer looks through binoculars.
The Burma Road, a vital link between Lashio, Burma and Kunming, China during World War II. Chinese officers walk down the stairs of a building. Mr. Chen and other Chinese officials inspect ruins on the way to Bhamo, Burma soon after the bombing of the Intercontinental Company by the enemy. The officials examine a wrecked plane. The bombing interrupts the traffic on the Burma Road. Chinese laborers repair the Burma Road after the bombings. Cars and trucks move along the Burma Road. Animated map of the Burma Road highlights Bhamo in Burma.
Japanese soldiers in Rangoon, Burma. Japanese troops use dynamite to make a road through the mountain. Soldiers carrying gear on their backs advance uphill. Horses carry ammunition and supplies. Japanese troops advance in the city patrolling on street. Burmese men, women and children in the city. A banner with Burmese slogan. Native women seated in a local tricycle.