Burma Boy (Imperial War Museum)

Saturday 24th October - Sunday 1st November 2015


Burma Boy
Screening followed by Directors Q&A

Join us for a screening of the award winning documentary Burma Boy (2011) which tells the story of the 100,000 African soldiers who fought in Burma during the Second World War.
It is a story of survival and courage, and the power of human solidarity, transcending race, culture and religion of this forgotten group within ‘The Forgotten Army’ itself.
Introduced by Director Barnaby Phillips, also author of Another Man’s War the screening will be followed by a Q and A.

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