Chindits with a pack train enter a Burma village and load and fire mortars during World War II.
Mogaung Burma Date:1944 Duration:2 min 37 sec Sound:Yes
The Chindits or the Indian 3rd Infantry Division of the British Indian Army in Burma in World War 2. The troops with a pack train consisting of mules enter into a Burma village. They load and fire mortars and machine guns. A Chindit looks through a pair of binoculars. Firing in the village toward Japanese held Mogaung. Chinese troops move to join the Chindits. The soldiers and the pack train move forward. The Chinese troops in a reunion with the Chindits exchange hats and greet. A plane strafes Japanese positions. Smoke due to explosions. Machine guns are fired. Japanese forces abandon Mogaung and Chindit and Chinese soldiers move in to the destroyed area. Dead enemy Japanese soldiers amid the ruins. Three Chindits posing near a Burmese Pagoda, honoring the mythical creatures that are their namesake guarding a Pagoda.
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