Ep 176: VJ Day special – Robin Rowland: Part 2

Ep 176: VJ Day special – Robin Rowland: Part 2

Robin Rowland was an officer in Slim’s Fourteenth Army, fighting at the Battle of the Admin Box and at the Battle of Kohima. In the second part of his conversation with James Holland he describes the final days of the conflict in the Far East.

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