The Flight Of Tiny Feet



In early 1942 the Japanese invaded Burma, forcing fifty thousand refugees to embark on a thousand mile trek to India, mostly on foot.

Overcome by the effects of disease and monsoon, more than half of them died.

Stephen Brookes, Evan Edwardes and Yolande Rodda, three children who had once been at kindergarten together, did survive the arduous journey.

Now in their seventies, they recall their harrowing experience through children's eyes.