Ordinary soldiers asked to do the extraordinary, the British Chindits of Burma served in Burma and India from 1943-1944 - and earned a fearsome reputation for bravery and sheer bloody mindedness in their daring raids behind Japanese lines. In a hostile environment, these men - under the leadership of Orde Wingate - used guerrilla tactics to fight a hard war to win back Burma from the all conquering Japanese army and forged a name that will be remembered in history.