I have been having some fun attempting to find the actual locations of some aerial photographs of the Allied bombing of Burma. Given that all you need is a photograph and the right map, it should be easy, but therein lies the problem. The original photographs were obviously taken by the aircrew and developed and printed after the raid. These photographs would have had the date, the Squadron number, the photograph number and shutter speed and aperture details at the very minimum and often, the name of the person taking the photograph and the location. Once these photographs were scrutinised for intelligence purposes, they were often censored and released to the press with only a very brief description of date and location. It is fairly easy to find the press versions of these photographs but the actual squadron photographs are much rarer. I will start with a photograph from the Imperial War Museum, (IWM C5004), that has the caption: Part of a vertical photograph showing bombs exploding on a Japanese supply dump in Rangoon during a daylight raid by Consolidated Liberators of No 231 Group. The photograph was likely to have been taken by 355 Sqn, who were one half of 184 Wing, 231 Group, 356 Sqn being the other half. The same photograph is held by the RAF Museum RAF as: PC71/19/1668, with the caption, Japanese Dump at Rangoon bombed by Liberators of 355 Squadron, 11th February 1945.