“The Elephant Company,” by Vicki Constantine Croke, details the life of a man with a passionate love and ability to communicate with elephants. His work with the animals led to the formation of a unique unit that helped defeat the Japanese in Burma in World War II, and save the lives of refugees.
Englishman James Howard “Billy” Williams wasn’t satisfied to return to a mundane life after fighting in World War I. The adventurer journeyed to Burma in the 1920’s to work in the teak industry.
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