British Brigadier General Orde Charles Wingate and Chindits in Burma, during World War II
Burma Date:1944, March Duration:3 min 34 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The Chindits or the Indian 3rd Infantry Division of the British Indian Army in Burma during World War 2. The Chindits move through a jungle. Chindits with a pack train climb up a hill. Soldiers carry a wounded soldier on a stretcher. Another wounded helped into a plane. The wounded are evacuated by Stinson L-1 Vigilant.. A Stinson L-5 Sentinel lands. Supplies are brought for Chindits. Soldiers unload supplies from a UC-64 and put the boxes on a jeep. The jeep is driven away. Soldiers roll drums near a plane. A tent with supplies. A soldier talks over a radio. Chindits cross a stream in small rubber boats. British Brigadier General Orde Charles Wingate inspects the area. Orde with other officers. One of the officers with a cigarette in his mouth. A plane lands. A plane in flight over a water body. Royal Air Force (R.A.F) pilots fly the plane. Brigadier General Orde with another person in the plane. (First Air Commando aircraft in this film: Stinson L-1, Stinson L-5, UC-64 Norseman, Douglas C-47, P-51A Mustang.)
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