1st ed., 1992. 208 pp. Photo-plates + maps. D.j. 23 x 16cm. Some fading to d.j., o/w Nr.FINE. In this timely book on what has been considered 'the forgotten war', the author freshly examines the merciless fighting that clinched south-east Asia, known collectively as the battles for Imphal and Kohima. The source of much of this research lies in the Burma Star Association and the memories of those who fought and survived. The book is particularly valuable for its study of the Chindits.