Kyaw Zaw

Kyaw Zaw (Burmese: ‌ကျော်ဇော, ; 3 December 1919 – 10 October 2012) was one of the founders of the Tatmadaw (the modern Burmese Army) and a member of the legendary "Thirty Comrades" who trained in Japan in the struggle for independence from Britain. He was also one of the leaders of the Communist Party of Burma, and had lived in exile in Yunnan Province, China, since 1989 after retiring from politics.

Read more about Kyaw Zaw:  Student Activist, Freedom Fighter, Army Career, Civilian Interlude, Communist Leader, Unfinished Business, Death

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