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Operation Armour was a British operation launched by the South East Asia Command during World War II.[1]

The operation was carried out during August and September 1945 and aimed to supply Hong Kong, then occupied by the soon-to-surrender Japan and on the edge of starvation, with fresh troops, food and supplies. The SEAC arranged rice and food convoys from Burma, India, Thailand and Australia.[2]


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