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Allied officiers plan future attacks on Japanese in Burma.
American, Chinese and British staff members near Pinwe, northern Burmese railway town which was captured from the Japanese November 30, 1944, chart plans for further artillery and air operations against the retreating enemy. Coordinating their power in a three-pronged rive, Allied forces, by January 3, 1945, had pushed back the japanese to…