Ep 175: VJ Day special – Robin Rowland: Part 1

Ep 175: VJ Day special – Robin Rowland: Part 1

Robin Rowland was an officer in Slim’s Fourteenth Army, fighting at the Battle of the Admin Box and at the Battle of Kohima. Here he is in conversation with James Holland. In this first part of their discussion Robin describes how he found himself in India and the chaos and confusion of the Admin Box.

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