PHOTOS OF BURMA, some used in 'Stories of Survival in Burma WW2''

When putting together 'Stories of Survival in Burma WW2' I was given permission by Paul Russell, the son of Dr Stanley Farrant Russell F.R.C.S, to use his father's remarkable unpublished photos taken on his dangerous and exhausting journey escaping to India from the Japanese in 1942. Some are shown below, (taken out of the Kindle version) with others of places in Burma that relate to the stories taken by my Aunt Dorothy, and several from a collection of photos I was given later including ones of Rangoon before the air raids of 1942.