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British Indian Army Jungle Green Trousers. | Military Mode Publishing

British Indian Army Jungle Green Trousers. | Military Mode Publishing

British Indian Army Jungle Green Trousers. | Military Mode Publishing

British Indian Army Jungle Green Trousers. | Military Mode Publishing

1943-01-07; PAPUA, New Guinea; GIROPA POINT

Buna January 7 1943 Australian forces attack Japanese Positions near Buna Dutch New Guinea

British Indian Army Jungle Green Trousers. | Military Mode Publishing

British Indian Army Jungle Green Trousers. | Military Mode Publishing

jacket, bush, jungle green, Aertex, Major, 6/16th Punjab Regiment, Indian Army

UNI The standard tropical khaki drill uniform worn by Second World War British soldiers fighting the Japanese in Malaya Singapore Burma and Hong Kong proved to be unsuitable in terms of colour and material

An Indian soldier of the 5th Indian Division stands guard over Japanese POWs outside the former Japanese Imperial Army headquarters in newly liberated Singapore following the Allied liberation of Singapore (Operation Tiderace), which was initiated in coordination with Operation Zipper, the liberation of Malaya. Singapore, British Straits Settlements (now, Republic of Singapore). September 1945.

An Indian soldier of the Indian Division stands guard over Japanese POWs outside the former Japanese Imperial Army headquarters in newly liberated Singapore September

Trousers, jungle green: Australian Army

UNI Pair of long trousers made of jungle green lightweight fabric and fitted with a single map pocket to the left thigh.

Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia (SACSEA) 1943-1945, before which he had been Chief of Combined Operations. Photographed during his tour of the Arakan Front, February 1944.

British Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia (SACSEA) before which he had been Chief of Combined Operations. Photographed during his tour of the Arakan Front, February

Chindit - "Chindit" is an English corruption of the Burmese word "Chinthe," describing a mythical lion. The name was adopted by a legendary band of irregular British-Allied troops during the Second World War. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Chindit - "Chindit" is an English corruption of the Burmese word "Chinthe," describing a mythical lion. The name was adopted by a legendary band of irregular British-Allied troops during the Second World War. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Major General Frank Messervy congratulating Jemadar Ramji Lal MC, 1946

Major General Frank Messervy congratulating Jemadar Ramji Lal MC, 1946

Indian Army Sherman tanks, 1944

Sherman tanks of the Indian Army, 1944

British Indian Army Jungle Green Trousers. | Military Mode Publishing

British Indian Army Jungle Green Trousers. | Military Mode Publishing

Bush Jacket, Jungle Green (Aertex) Indian Pattern: British Army

UNI Single-breasted jacket of lightweight aertex material jungle green with four flapped patch pockets and epaulettes.

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