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Soldiers of the Lahu Liberation Army drilling and displaying weapons in the village of Doi Larng, which straddles the border of Burma and Thailand. 1983.

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Soldiers of the Lahu Liberation Army drilling and displaying weapons in the village of Doi Larng, which straddles the border of Burma and Thailand. 1983.
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Soldiers of the Lahu Liberation Army drilling and displaying weapons in the village of Doi Larng, which straddles the border of Burma and Thailand. 1983.
Soldiers of the Lahu Liberation Army drilling and displaying weapons in the village of Doi Larng, which straddles the border of Burma and Thailand. 1983.
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Soldiers of the Lahu Liberation Army drilling and displaying weapons in the village of Doi Larng, which straddles the border of Burma and Thailand. 1983. The Lahu Liberation Army is virtually a proxy army for veteran opium warlord General Li Weng Huan, whose own Kuomingtang military headquarters is only 15 miles away at Tam Ngop in Northern Thailand. people, men, soldiers, standing, displaying, showing, weapons, Lahu Liberation Army, village, Doi Larng, 1983

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SizeText 6.5" x 4.8"

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