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Exodus Burma: The British Escape through the Jungles of Death 1942-43 by Felicity Goodall

Di Clarke from Knaresborough and John Bostock from Ripon - two of the evacuees from Burma 70 years ago retrace their routes out of ther country.  Di Clarke from Knaresborough and John Bostock from Ripon - two of the evacuees from Burma 70 years ago retra
Di Clarke from Knaresborough and John Bostock from Ripon - two of the evacuees from Burma 70 years ago retrace their routes out of ther country. Di Clarke from Knaresborough and John Bostock from Ripon - two of the evacuees from Burma 70 years ago retra


2012-01-11 - Yorkshire, United States
Now Yorkshire survivors of a wartime exodus of half a million people from Burma have seen their stories told in a newly published book Exodus Burma – The British Escape Through the Jungles of Death 1942 by Felicity Goodall. John’s father, A procession of 56 elephants, 22 women and 15 children through the mountains to safety in the first of two superbly organised caravans.



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