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Published on Nov 1, 2010
The remarkable story of a daring World War II operation in which hundreds of people fleeing the Japanese advance through Burma were rescued by elephant is to be told in full for the first time. The expedition was organised by Gyles Mackrell, a British tea planter who shot amateur films during its course.
Stills reproduced by kind permission of the Imperial War Museum (C4322/C5021/C5348/CI293)