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Military Economics, Culture and Logistics in the Burma Campaign, 1942-1945.

By: Dunlop, Graham.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Warfare, Society and Culture: Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2015Copyright date: ©2010Description: 1 online resource (269 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781317316244.Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--BurmaGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Military Economics, Culture and Logistics in the Burma Campaign, 1942-1945DDC classification: 940.542591 LOC classification: D767.6.D86 2009Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- List of Maps and Tables -- Abbreviations -- Author's Note -- Maps -- Introduction -- Part I -- 1 The Loss of Burma, January-May 1942 -- 2 India's Readiness for War in the East, May 1942 -- Part II -- 3 The Development of India as the Strategic Base -- 4 The Development of the Operational Lines of Communication -- 5 The Development of Tactical Maintenance -- Part III -- 6 The Logistic Influence: Defensive Victory, 1944 -- 7 The Logistic Influence: Planning the Invasion of Burma, 1944-5 -- 8 The Invasion of Burma, 1945 -- Conclusion -- Appendix 1: The British Army Supply System, 1942 -- Appendix 2: Outline Order of Battle of the Burma Garrison, 20 January 1942 -- Appendix 3: Outline Order of Battle of the Allied Burma Army, 19 March 1942 -- Appendix 4: Illustration of Ordnance Factory Output, Years Ending March 1940, March 1942 and March 1944 -- Appendix 5: Extract from 14th Army Operational Research Report No. 24 -- Appendix 6: Outline SEAC Forces, December 1943 -- Appendix 7: Operation STAMINA: Airlift: of Army Stocks to IV Corps at Imphal -- Appendix 8: Outline ALFSEA and CCTF Forces, January 1945 -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Index.
Summary: Following the fall of Burma to the Japanese in May 1942, reopening and expanding the link from India to China through Burma became the allied force's principal war aim in South-East Asia. This book argues that the campaign's development was driven more by what was logistictically possible than by pure strategic intent.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- List of Maps and Tables -- Abbreviations -- Author's Note -- Maps -- Introduction -- Part I -- 1 The Loss of Burma, January-May 1942 -- 2 India's Readiness for War in the East, May 1942 -- Part II -- 3 The Development of India as the Strategic Base -- 4 The Development of the Operational Lines of Communication -- 5 The Development of Tactical Maintenance -- Part III -- 6 The Logistic Influence: Defensive Victory, 1944 -- 7 The Logistic Influence: Planning the Invasion of Burma, 1944-5 -- 8 The Invasion of Burma, 1945 -- Conclusion -- Appendix 1: The British Army Supply System, 1942 -- Appendix 2: Outline Order of Battle of the Burma Garrison, 20 January 1942 -- Appendix 3: Outline Order of Battle of the Allied Burma Army, 19 March 1942 -- Appendix 4: Illustration of Ordnance Factory Output, Years Ending March 1940, March 1942 and March 1944 -- Appendix 5: Extract from 14th Army Operational Research Report No. 24 -- Appendix 6: Outline SEAC Forces, December 1943 -- Appendix 7: Operation STAMINA: Airlift: of Army Stocks to IV Corps at Imphal -- Appendix 8: Outline ALFSEA and CCTF Forces, January 1945 -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Index.

Following the fall of Burma to the Japanese in May 1942, reopening and expanding the link from India to China through Burma became the allied force's principal war aim in South-East Asia. This book argues that the campaign's development was driven more by what was logistictically possible than by pure strategic intent.

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