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WWII soldiers in central Burma cleaning, oiling, and loading their rifles. Photographer Unknown.

WWII 3rd Battalion troops in Burma cross a river using bamboo footbridge while mules are led through the water alongside the bridge. Photographer unknown.

Headmen of mountain villages in Central Burma are reimbursed with silver rupees for livestock killed in recent action by Capt Terence E Carroll, British Civil Affairs Officer. Photographer Unknown

Burma Road as seen by a Yank WWII patrol observing damage by shelling from night before. Photographer Yarnell

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An American sailor passionately kisses a nurse as thousands jam into Times Square to celebrate the long-awaited victory over Japan in World War II.

WWII Signal Corps photographers S/Sgt Yarnell of Wichita, Kansas and Sgt Pokress of NY City pack all their camera supplies in addition to regular infantry equipment as part of the combat camera pit. Photographer unknown

Photographs from back home are understandable the world over and are of interest as Pvt Lewis Drew of Danville, Kansas shows his snapshot collection to hill-dwelling Kachin while taking a break on the Burma road. Photogapher Leipnitz

WWII soldier alert with watchful eye while others take a break in Burmese jungle. Photographer Unknown.

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WWII soldiers and their K-9 dogs are ferried across the Irrawaddy river in Burma. Photographer Unknown