The Burma Campaign 1941-45. An account based on Lord Slim's Defeat into Victory - with additional material for various sources compiled by Major J. H. Moore, Ed, HQ, E Comd

By: Major J. H. Moore

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The Burma Campaign 1941-45. An account based on Lord Slim's Defeat into Victory  - with additional material for various sources compiled by Major J. H. Moore, Ed, HQ, E Comd by Major J. H. Moore
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Sydney: (HQ Training Command), (1970). Loose A4 stenciled sheets, approx 150 pages with folded maps and tables, discontinuous pagination, complete as issued, fine condition. A rare series of notes compiled by Major Moore regarding field strategy in the Burma fighting. It appears that these notes formed a series of lectures for Australian military education purposes. Of interest to specialist military collectors.

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