`Mad' Mike Calvert in Burma

Smith, Robert Barr
February 1999
World War II;Feb99, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p34
Interviews Engineer Mike Calvert, commander of the Chindit operation, which took the Burmese town of Mogaung in June 1944 during World War II. Career in the military; Reason Calvert went to the United States Army; Testing of the security of Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery's headquarters; Belief on Orde Wingate; Problems encountered; Capture of Calvert by the Japanese.


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