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Scenario and AAR Silchar Bridge Imphal 14 April 1944

  Silchar Bridge Imphal 14/15 th April 1944 The History Officers and Men of 7/10th Baluch Regiment Burma 1945 General Yanagida of 33 Division before leaving Singgel “ordered Colonel Sasahara to send a raiding party to destroy the suspension bridge on the Silchar track at milestone 51 from Imphal (34 from Bishenpur). The Japanese believed this track could form an alternative supply route for the British when the Dimapur-Imphal road was cut. A party of six infantrymen, four sappers and seventeen Jiffs, commanded by Lieutenant Abe, set off across the hills on 28 March for this raid…. …While these moves were taking place the raiding party which Colonel Sasahara had dispatched from Singgel to cut the Silchar track was nearing its destination. However, while resting in a village about five miles south of its target, the bridge at milestone 51, it was surprised by a patrol of the 7/10th Baluch (two companies of whom were under command of 32 Brigade) and lost several men killed. Despi
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Scenario and AAR El Aroussa -The Race to the Spot, 26 February 1943 Tunisia.

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