Representing Local Participation in INA–Japanese Imphal Campaign

  title={Representing Local Participation in INA–Japanese Imphal Campaign},
  author={Jangkhomang Guite},
  journal={Indian Historical Review},
  pages={291 - 309}
  • Jangkhomang Guite
  • Published 1 December 2010
  • History, Political Science
  • Indian Historical Review
In the history of World War II in eastern India the participation of local people is the least attended subject due to the belief that the whole tribal belt was with the Allied forces. This is untrue. Those groups who had directly come into contact with the invading forces were supporting them in various ways. This is especially true to the people of Manipur. This article makes the point that Kukis had contacted the Indo-Japanese forces even before the invasion and later helped them, during the… 
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