Hump WWII Museum

  • In a ceremony held in Pasighat, the East Siang district headquarters of Arunachal Pradesh, a museum dedicated to the fallen airmen of the Allied forces during World War II was inaugurated.
  • The Hump WWII Museum stands as a tribute to the aviators who navigated the perilous air route between north-eastern Assam and Yunnan in China, nicknamed ‘The Hump.’
  • The Hump air route traverses through Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Tibet, Myanmar and Yunnan (China). Initially established in response to the Japanese Army blocking the Burma Road in 1942, The Hump became the stage for one of the most significant airlifts in aviation ....
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