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Veterans Honor Those Who Fell in Burma During World War II - 2004-05-21


World War Two veterans and their families in Britain have dedicated a garden memorial for the soldiers, sailors, and airmen who died in Burma.

The 60-hectare Burma Star Memorial Grove honors the more than one million men who fought against Japan in Burma from December 1941 to September 1945.

The multi-cultural forces stationed in the southeast Asian theater formed the largest commonwealth army ever assembled. They came to be called the "Forgotten Army" because of a lack of recognition at home.

The garden at the National Memorial Arboretum near Richfield contains more than 100 native trees.

Information for this report is provided by AFP.

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