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Today in World War II History—April 27, 1943

Brig. Orde Wingate in India after returning from operations in Japanese-occupied Burma with his Chindits unit in 1943 (Imperial War Museum: IND 2237)

Brig. Orde Wingate in India after returning from operations in Japanese-occupied Burma with his Chindits unit in 1943 (Imperial War Museum: IND 2237)

80 Years Ago—Apr. 27, 1943: Radar-jamming devices become operational in eastern England.

British & Indian Chindits cross the Chindwin River in return to India from raids in Burma.

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