Lt Col Dr Gordon Seagrave treats the wounded soldiers in Burma and U.S. transport planes drop supplies at jungle outposts.
Burma Date:1944 Duration:2 min 2 sec Sound:Yes
Allied jungle outposts get supplies by parachutes during World War II. U.S. General Joseph Stilwell looks as soldiers bring wounded on stretchers into a field hospital in the jungles of Burma. Lieutenant Colonel Dr Gordon Seagrave and Burmese nurses treat the wounded. American transport planes drop supplies by parachute on the outposts on the Naga Hills on India Burma border. An airman drops the supplies out of the plane. A map shows Bougainville in the Solomon Islands. A Fiji soldier on a radio. American transport planes drop supplies by parachute for the Fijian troops in Bougainville.
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