The inspection of Chinese troops by the President of China Chiang Kai-shek in Burma during World War II.
Burma Date:1944 Duration:2 min 33 sec Sound:Yes
China's President Chiang Kai-shek inspects the Chinese troops in Burma during World War II. Soldiers march on a street. An aircraft takes off. China's leader and United Nation's Supreme Commander for South East Asia Chiang Kai-shek along with his wife Soong May-Ling and General Mountbatten inspects Chinese troops in Burma. President Chiang and General Mountbatten looks through binoculars. The President of China Chiang Kai-shek and his wife in an American jeep along with other officials to inspect China's Army mobilizing for attack. The soldiers march. President Chiang addresses the soldiers. An American aircraft supplies the guns and ammunition via parachute to the Chinese soldiers fighting in the jungles of Burma against the Japanese soldiers. Chinese soldiers in jungle with their weapons. The soldiers attack their enemies. The heroes of the Burma's battles receiving medals from U.S. Army General Joseph Warren Stilwell.
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