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Burma Air War - The Longest Retreat v1.0

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Burma Air War


The Longest Retreat


December 1941 - May 1942


Campaign Mod by Baltika








Patched to v. 083006




Sept 1931: Japan occupies the Chinese state of Manchuria.


July 1937: The ultra-nationalist Japanese Kwantung Army engineers open war with China. By 1938, Japan controls the majority of the Chinese coast. Chinese forces, led by Nationalist Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, continue to resist the Japanese invader.


16 July 1940: General Hideki Tojo, Commander of the Kwantung Army, deposes the government in Tokyo and, as Minister of War, becomes the de facto leader of Japan.


22 Sept 1940: In Berlin, Japanese Foreign Minister Yosuke Matsuoka signs the Tripartite "Pact of Steel" Treaty with Germany and Italy. On the same day, Japan invades French Indo-China (Vietnam).


July 1941: Japan removes the puppet French regime and forcibly occupies Saigon.


Dec 1941: The stage is set for the Japanese invasion of the Dutch East Indies, the Philippines, the Malay Peninsula and Burma. The hammer falls on Pearl Harbor. . .


The Burma Road, running from Rangoon, through Mandalay to Kunwing in China, is Chiang Kai-shek's last supply route. General Tojo resolves to stop the flow of American military aid to his Chinese enemy. . .


Sign up with the Royal Air Force, the Flying Tigers or the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force and fly for your life in a bitter struggle to the death over the skies of Burma!




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