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Soldiers from the Burmese army, the Tatmadaw, walk the streets of downtown Rangoon selling books about General Aung San. As founder of Burma's army and gaining the country's independence, he plays a hugely important role in society. However for decades his image and that of his daughter Aung San Suu Kyi have been outlawed from being on display and punishable with imprisonment if caught
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BURMA'S SHIFTING SANDS: WHAT LIES BENEATH
Soldiers from the Burmese army, the Tatmadaw, walk the streets of downtown Rangoon selling books about General Aung San. As founder of Burma's army and gaining the country's independence, he plays a hugely important role in society. However for decades his image and that of his daughter Aung San Suu Kyi have been outlawed from being on display and punishable with imprisonment if caught