The British Army in the Far East 1941–45

The British Army in the Far East 1941–45

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  • Author: Alan Jeffreys
  • Short code: BTO 13
  • Publication Date: 12 Jun 2005
  • Number of Pages: 96
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Between December 1941 and May 1942, the British Empire suffered a series of humiliating defeats in the Far East. Three years later the Japanese were defeated by British and Commonwealth forces at Kohima and Imphal and in the battles for Burma. This transformation in the fortunes was in large part due to the development of jungle warfare doctrine and the resulting improvements in training, tactics and equipment. This book examines British Army conventional forces that fought in the Far East, showing how the dissemination of doctrine improved training, and helped 14th Army's infantry divisions secure victory.

Biographical Note

Alan Jeffreys is a curator at the Imperial War Museum, London. He has previously written Warrior 66: British Infantryman in the Far East 1941-45 for Osprey. Alan has a special interest in the tactics of and training for jungle warfare, and the development of these in the British Army in the Far East: his MPhil dissertation from Kings College, London, provided a detailed examination of these themes. He lives in Surrey with his wife and son.

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