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ASL AAR: The Sangshak Redemption (J150)

ASL AAR: The Sangshak Redemption (J150)


In March 1944 the Imperial Japanese Army invaded India from neighboring Burma. The small village of Sangshak was a northwest crossroad that led to the more significant target of Imphal only miles to the southwest, where Commonwealth forces had established defenses and supplies. British and Indian Gurkha moved in to hold back the Japanese invasion in this tiny corner of India.

ASL AAR: The Sangshak Redemption (J150)

ASL AAR: The Sangshak Redemption (J150)


In March 1944 the Imperial Japanese Army invaded India from neighboring Burma. The small village of Sangshak was a northwest crossroad that led to the more significant target of Imphal only miles to the southwest, where Commonwealth forces had established defenses and supplies.

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