General Sir William Slim cross a ponton bridge to the other side of Irrawaddy River and inspect troops in Burma.
Burma Date:1945, February 6 Duration:1 min 2 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Commander of British 14th Army Lt General Sir William Slim visits British Indian Army 19th Infantry Division Beachhead in Kwauk-Myaung Area, Burma during World War II. Lt General Slim, Commander of 14th Army and British Indian Army Major General Thomas Wynford Rees walk down a road. They cross a ponton bridge to the other side of Irrawaddy River. General Slim and Ress with the soldiers on a boat underway in the river. General slim looks into some documents. General Slim inspects the troops. The troops are of the 62nd Brigade Headquarters and includes Sikhs, Punjabs, Rajputs, Assames, Gurkhas and British Infantrymen.
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