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sas, Apr 5, 2017

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      The history of the Ramgarh Training Center is an untold story from China-Burma-India, the Forgotten Theater of World War II.
      Ramgarh was the name of a town in Bihar province in India, a map mark set among rolling naked hills and arid plains. Ramgarh was an idea. The idea that Ramgarh framed was that there was no mystery in the mechanics of Western war which could not be taught to the Chinese.
      GEN. STILWELL AND SENIOR OFFICERS OBSERVE TRAINING

      http://www.cbi-theater.com/ramgarh/ramgarh.html
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