Some of the fiercest Second World War jungle battles between the British and the Japanese took place in the rugged hills of North-East Assam. It was here the Naga tribesmen lived, proud natives who resented the invasion of their territory. And the Japanese soon learnt just how tough and courageous the Nagas were, how deadly their razor-sharp chopping knives.
One man who really admired the Nagas was R.A.F. pilot Bill Turner. So what did he do about it? He raised his own private army!
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