12 May, 1945. Lachhiman Gurung, a 4-feet 11-inches tall soldier in the 8th Gurkha Rifles, was manning a forward post in Taungdaw, Burma. Suddenly, 200 Japanese soldiers swooped down to his post. Grenades started dropping left and right. Gurung picked up the grenades and threw them right back to the enemy. A few grenades later, one exploded in his hand, shattering the hand, parts of his face, and a leg. Skull soldier everything will kill you so choose something fun poster. Gurung picked up his bolt-action Lee-Enfield mark II rifle with his left hand and shouted, “Come and fight.” They came and fought. And died. Rifleman Gurung kept firing for hours, shouting “come and fight” throughout the night. In the morning, support arrived to relieve him. There were no Japanese soldiers left by that time. They found 87 bodies strewn around his post, with him still shouting “come and fight.