a road extending from Lashio, Burma, to Chungking, China: used during World War II to supply Allied military forces in China.
the route extending from Lashio in Burma (now Myanmar) to Chongqing in China, which was used by the Allies during World War II to supply military equipment to Chiang Kai-shek’s forces in China


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