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What do you think of this document, which language ?

Article about: - - ------- - - Code SB/26 Many thanks in advance!

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    What do you think of this document, which language ?

    What do you think of this document, which language ?

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    Code SB/26

    Many thanks in advance!
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    It looks like Burmese/Myanmar.
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    Many thanks, I hope we have one colleague in this country !
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    Definitely Burmese. I recognise the worm speak from my time chasing non-existent spitfires!

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    I was thinking Georgian
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    Looks like a propaganda leaflet, or seeking assistance for downed fliers in Burmese language.

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    Missed this one. It’s Burmese - Stay Alive to Enjoy the Peace!

    This is the website you need to check for these ‘propaganda’ leaflets

    PsyWar Leaflet Archive - SB/26, Stay Alive to Enjoy the Peace!

    There are some very clever apps that you get on your phone now that will translate the written word if you take a picture or look through the camera. Whilst they don’t always get things grammatically correct they will identify words and you can an idea of what they say

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    Somewhere I have a similar one that I had thought was dropped on the Japanese by the Americans, same photo used but the text was in Japanese.

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