Battle of Northern Burma and Western Yunnan

Battle of Northern Burma and Western Yunnan
Part of the Second Sino-Japanese War of the Pacific War
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Chinese soldiers fight along the Salween River in Burma
Date October 1943 – March 1945
Location
Northern Burma and Western Yunnan

Coordinates: 22°50′N 97°08′E / 22.83°N 97.14°E / 22.83; 97.14
Result Allied victory
Belligerents
 China
 United States
 Japan
Thailand
Commanders and leaders
Republic of China (1912–1949) Wei Li-huang
Republic of China (1912–1949) Song Xilian
Republic of China (1912–1949) Sun Li-jen
Empire of Japan Masakazu Kawabe
Empire of Japan Heitarō Kimura
Strength
400,000 150,000
Casualties and losses
107,000 108,000

Battle of Northern Burma and Western Yunnan (Chinese: 滇西緬北戰役 October 1943 – March 1945) was the name of the Chinese campaign with their allies in the 1943-45 Burma Campaign. The campaign ended in an Allied victory.

Battles in Battle of Northern Burma and Western Yunnan

  • Battle of Yupang October - December 1943
  • Battle of Lashio January 1944
  • Battle of Maingkwan February - 5 March 1944
  • Battle of Mogaung March 1944
  • Siege of Myitkyina April - August 1944
  • Battle of Mount Song May - September 1944
  • Battle of Mongyu December 1944 - January 1945
  • Battle of Lashio March 1945
  • Battle of Hsipaw March 1945

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