January 1943 - The Japanese seem invincible in the jungles of South-East Asia. But one man believes otherwise, and he sends 3000 Chindit soldiers on a mission behind enemy lines. The catch is, as one young officer discovers, there is no planned escape route. Part war story, part fact book, Behind Enemy Lines reveals what it was really like to take part in a commando mission during the Second World War. It includes a propaganda leaflet, actual Chindit photographs, and maps.