ALFSEA


ALFSEA
Allied Land Forces South East Asia (Anglais. En franc. = Forces terrestres alliées en Asie du Sud-Est). Commandement interallié mis en place en novembre 1944, à Kandy (dans l'île de Ceylan). À sa tête, le général britannique Leese. Il était chargé de coordonner toutes les opérations terrestres en Birmanie (engageant la XIVe armée britannique et les armées sino-américaines du Yunnan et des Indes). Archives des Lettres Modernes. Collection fondée en 1957 d'histoire littéraire.

Sigles et Acronymes francais - Paris: éd. Belin. . 2002.

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