Journey of U.S. troops and supplies to observation posts in jungles of the China India Burma Theater during World War II.
China-Burma-India Theater Date:1944 Duration:3 min 47 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled 'Aerial supply to Burmese outposts' based on establishing and supplying observation posts of the Allies in jungles at Assam-Burma frontier during World War II. Animated map highlights China, Burma and Assam in India. The Patkai mountain range is highlighted on the map. A U.S. airplane in flight over the mountains. U.S. troops prepare for a journey to an observation post. Initial equipment are loaded on a jeep trailer. The jeep passes along a bamboo corduroy bridge built by Indian workers. Second stage of journey shows equipment loaded on elephants. The elephants are driven along a jungle road. Native people are employed to carry equipment further. The native people are inspected before they begin the journey. Men and women carry equipment on a hillside.
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