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This article, "Notes From a Burma Diary" was written by Dave Richardson (1916 - 2005)

"behind Japanese lines in Northern Burma", this article was characterized as "odds and ends from a battered diary of a footsore YANK correspondent after his first 500 miles of marching and Jap-hunting with Merrill's Marauders."

Richardson is remembered as one of the most decorated war correspondents of the war; a tireless reporter who tramped across 1,000 miles of Asian jungle in order to chronicle the American Army's four-month campaign against the Japanese military, equipped only with a camera, a typewriter and an M-1 carbine.

Cameraman David Quaid was assigned to the Marauders and he remembered Richardson well:

"The stuff he wrote was like what no one else was doing. When it got dicey, the only correspondent there was Dave Richardson."

     


World War II in the Jungles of Burma (Yank Magazine, 1944)

World War II in the Jungles of Burma (Yank Magazine, 1944)

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