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SERVICES LOCATED ON A CHILD PARTY WITH MAYMYO (4.2.1945).
Truck driving across an open country in a ranger ranch in Maymyo. Vehicles stop and a number of kids descend from the truck. Sergeant Colonel T. M. Belt, Artillery Regiment 33, Royal Artillery, attacking a young woman. A group of kids walks past the cameras, with a number of troops among them.
Kids assemble in an area with dispersed tree cover that has been covered with carpets with chutes that serve as supply. Battalion 2 English vicar, Worcestershire Regiment, shows photos of his own offspring to the kids around him. Nahaufnahme eines jungen (Anglo-Indian?) Jungen, der glücklich grinst. (Close-up of a young (Anglo-Indian?) Boys, der glücklich grinst.)
Kids playing music stools. Nahaufnahme of a group of young (Burmese?) kids. English looking (teenage?) gal. There are three men on the floor; the middle man is a servant and two small kids have their hands around their necks. Kids of all age eat something that looks like jelly cakes.
Trooper, out of action, thinks a cup is a little (Anglo-Indian?) little gal. I' m sorry. I' m sorry. Rees talks to a young woman. Kids who sit on the floor for a show, "Stepping Out", organized by the RAF. Worcesters skipper with two kids. Others were apparently a duo of "When the Lights of London Shine Again" by two kids at the age of 10 and 6 and "Danny Boy" by "a self-possessed young man of 11".
JFU 275 also deals with the experiences of detained minors in Maymyo. The Maymyo was a mountain resort in the UK that was used as Burma's summers capitol due to its colder and less wet Rangoon weather. It was the site of a Japan detention centre during the Great Patriotic Wars, where a large number of English, Anglo-Indian and Anglo-Burmese citizens were detained.
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