In 1944 the battle og kanglatongbi was fought near which present day indian state capital

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In 1944 the battle og kanglatongbi was fought near which present day indian state capital

Rowan 1 year 2021-08-30T02:20:07+00:00 0

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    2021-08-30T02:21:15+00:00

    Answer:

    In 1944, the battle of Kanglatongbi was fought near Imphal (Manipur).  

    Explanation:  

      The Battle of Kanglatongbi was considered one of the aggressive battles at the time of World War II. It was fought by between the Axis (Japanese) Force and Allied Force (Artillery personnel of 221 Advance Ordnance Depot (AOD)) on the nights of 6 &7 April 1944.  Japanese forces had premeditated a 3-pronged offensive to seize Imphal and the adjoining areas.

     When the pillaging Japanese forces were attempting to open their lines of communication to Kohima, a small nevertheless strong-minded detachment of the 221 AOD put a solid resistance delaying the advance of Japanese armies till reinforcement (backing) arrived and the tide was turned against the Japanese, which shook the Japanese and compelled the Japanese to retreat leaving several dead .

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    2021-08-30T02:21:47+00:00

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    Battle of Imphal

    Gurkhas advancing with Grant tanks to clear the Japanese from Imphal-Kohima road in North Eastern British India

    Date 8 March – 3 July 1944 Location Imphal, Manipur, India Result Allied victory

    Belligerents

    British Empire India Japan Azad Hind

    Explanation:

    Date 8 March – 3 July 1944

    Location  

    Imphal, Manipur, India

    Result Allied victory

    Belligerents

    United Kingdom British Empire

    British Raj India

    Empire of Japan Japan

    India Azad Hind

    Commanders and leaders

    United Kingdom William Slim

    United Kingdom Geoffry Scoones

    United Kingdom Jack Baldwin Empire of Japan Masakasu Kawabe

    Empire of Japan Renya Mutaguchi

    India S.C. Bose

    Strength

    4 Infantry Divisions

    1 Armoured Brigade

    1 Parachute Brigade 3 Infantry Divisions

    1 Tank Regiment

    2 indian regiments

    Casualties and losses

    17,603 killed and wounded[1] 54,879 killed and wounded (mainly through starvation, disease and exhaustion)[1

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