In this photo released by Cambridge University captured from a film shot at an unknown location in 1942 by Gyles Mackrell, who organized the rescue mission of hundreds of Burmese refugees into British... more 
In this photo released by Cambridge University captured from a film shot at an unknown location in 1942 by Gyles Mackrell, who organized the rescue mission of hundreds of Burmese refugees into British India by elephants, refugees cross a river. Videos and other documents are casting new light on how a British tea planter used elephants to rescue hundreds of Burmese stranded by flood waters during World War II. Researchers at the University of Cambridge said Monday Nov. 1 2010 that the donated films and documents tell the story of the rescue in full for the first time. (AP Photo / University of Cambridge ) less 
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Associated Press
Mon, Nov 1, 2010 7:05 PM EDT