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Diary March 5, 1944

Australian Commandos of Wingate's Chindit's
Australian Commandos of Wingate’s Chindit’s are waiting for their flight behind the Japanese lines in Burma.
WW2 War Diary for Sunday, March 5, 1944:

Air War

Southeast Asia – SECOND CHINDIT OPERATION: Allied planes transport 9,000 men of Wingate’s ‘Long Range Penetration Groups’ to secretly prepared air strips (‘Piccadilly’) near Indaw, 161 km inside Japanese-controlled Burma (March 5-10).

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