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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Australian Red Cross ambulance with bullet holes, which drove across Kota Baru and Alor Star aerodromes rescuing people from Japanese machine gun fire and bombing. Ambulance driver.
Three Dogras of a Punjab regiment who evaded capture at Alor Star, were given clothes by friendly natives then travelled 200 miles in seven days to rejoin their regiment at Penang. They are questioned by an Indian Intelligence Officer.
Japanese aircraft over Taiping. General Murray-Lyon talking to war correspondents.
Wreckage of a Japanese plane spread over a large area, with dead pilot.