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Elephants to the rescue

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The story of a daring World War II rescue operation is revealed in full today. It involves a tea planter in Burma, a herd of elephants and a group of refugees fleeing the Japanese. Dr Kevin Greenbank, archivist at the Centre of South Asian Studies at Cambridge University, reflects on the thrilling story.


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