Between December 1941 and August 1945, British Commonwealth troops and their allies fought a bitter war against the Japanese in Asia.
The fighting took place in malaria-ridden jungles during drenching monsoon rains and on remote islands in searing tropical heat, but always against a tenacious and often brutal enemy.
In this virtual event, Robert McLean will take you on a tour of the National Army Museum’s galleries, highlighting objects on display that relate to this Second World War campaign.
This event is part of our VJ75: Never Forgotten series.
Register for this online event on Crowdcast.