Hunt for Spitfires 'buried in Burma' after WWII

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Aviation experts believe they have discovered dozens of Spitfire planes, neatly packed in crates and in as good condition as the day they were built.

They are thought to have been buried by the RAF in a Burmese field at the end of the WWII.

Jonathan Beale reports.

B&W footage courtesy Imperial War Museum

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