British native troops cross Irrawaddy river in assault boats and native Burmese water elephants on river bank in Burma.
Burma Date:1945, February 6 Duration:2 min 39 sec Sound:NO SOUND
British Indian Army 19th Infantry Division beachhead in Kwauk-Myaung area, Burma during World War II. The troops get into an assault boat. The troops in boats cross Irrawaddy river near Singu. The troops with their supplies walk along side the river. The troops get into a boat. They cross the river. The troops row the boat using oars. Native Burmese water elephants on river bank. The elephants drink water from the river. The natives in a raft. The troops pull the raft towards the river bank. the They get into the raft to cross river.
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