WW11 Japanese Souvenirs – War in Burma

WW11 Japanese Sovenirs taken from the War in Burma

WW11 Japanese Souvenirs – War in Burma

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WW11 Japanese Souvenirs taken from the War in Burma

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WW11 Japanese Souvenirs – War in Burma.  A pair of framed pieces of unusual history , these two frames contain photo’s of Japanese soldiers inc a Imperial Japanese Navy cap badge, and an Army Sniper’s badge, also there is a WW2 veterans badge. All original photo’s, with on the second one has photo’s of the return of the Ashes 1943.

WW11 Japanese Souvenirs – War in Burma

The Japanese invasion of Burma was the opening phase of the Burma campaign in the South-East Asian theatre of World War II, which took place over four years from 1942 to 1945. During the first year of the campaign (December 1941 to mid-1942), the Japanese Army (with aid from Thai Phayap Army and Burmese insurgents) drove British Empire and Chinese forces out of Burma, then began the Japanese occupation of Burma and formed a nominally independent Burmese administrative government.

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