THE WAR AGAINST JAPAN HISTORY OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR:UNITED KINGDOM MILITARY SERIES: OFFICIAL CAMPAIGN HISTORY The Full Five Volume Japan Set

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The United Kingdom was a major belligerent in the War Again Japan, mostly through colonial troops from the armed forces of India as well as from Burma, Malaya, Fiji, Tonga, etc., but also with large numbers of British troops.

VOLUME I: THE LOSS OF SINGAPORE:
N&M Press reprint (original pub 1957). SB. xx + 568pp with 28 maps and numerous contemporary photos.
The fall of Hong Kong, Malaya and Singapore in 1941-42.

WAR AGAINST JAPAN VOLUME II: INDIA’S MOST DANGEROUS HOUR:
N&M Press reprint (original pub 1958). SB. xvii + 541pp with 35 maps and sketches, and numerous contemporary photos.
The loss of Burma and Japan’s threat to India in 1941-42.

WAR AGAINST JAPAN VOLUME III; The Decisive Battles
N&M Press reprint (original pub 1961). SB. xvx + 559pp with 25 maps and sketches and numerous contemporary photos.
Turning the tide in the war against Japan at the battles of Kohima, Imphal and the Chindit campaigns.

WAR AGAINST JAPAN VOLUME IV; The Reconquest of Burma
N&M Press reprint (original pub 1965). SB. xxii + 568pp with 34 maps and sketches,and numerous contemporary photos.
The reconquest of Burma by Bill Slim’s ‘forgotten’ 14th Army.

WAR AGAINST JAPAN VOLUME V: THE SURRENDER OF JAPAN:
N&M Press reprint (original pub 1969). SB. xi + 599pp with 33 maps and sketches, and numerous contemporary photos.
Victory in South-East Asia in 1945 – from Rangoon to Nagasaki.