MILLERSFORD PRESS

REMEMBERING THE WW2

BURMA CAMPAIGN

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With so many thanks and respect to the extraordinary Captain Tom Moore for highlighting the trauma and  atrocious conditions in which the Fourteenth Army fought in Northern India and Burma. Congratulations on your 100th birthday!

The Road to Rangoon

A journey

in

Father's

footsteps

 

 

 

  This book is a tribute to the Forgotten Army

  and all those who fought in the Burma Campaign,

  In particular it remembers David Louis John Green and

  the  139th Jungle Field Regiment of the Royal Artillery.

 

  Anthony Green did not see his father David until he

  was three years old. David had returned home,

  to the village of Woodfalls, weighing six and a half

  stone, unannounced, on the bus from Salisbury.

  His experiences included fighting in the Arakan

  where he was trapped in the infamous Admin Box

  surrounded for 21 days, on the Imphal to Kohima Road,

  and onward through Burma, not returning to England

  until 1946. While he was lucky enough to return, David  had spells of malaria all his life and died aged 68.  

Also available:

In the Spirit of Godshill

A memoir by Christopher Charman of the Godshill Pottery

Price £20.00 plus p & p

Sven Berlin: Out of the Shadows 

The colourful life and work of the St. Ives and New Forest artist.

Price £12.00 plus p & p

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