A river crossing, Burma, 1944
Photograph by Second Lieutenant R E S Tanner, 2nd Battalion, The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, World War Two, Far East (1941-1945), 1944.
A British soldier, accompanied by a mule carrying supplies, negotiates a jungle river. As well as horses and mules, in Burma the British also used bullocks as pack animals.
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