HG Lambert - a soldier with the Chindits

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Edward Chandler | eddie.chandler@tiscali.co.uk
My Great Grandfather was in the 2nd Battalion Leicester Regiment and was awarded a Distinguished Conduct Medal for his actions in March/April 1944. I would be grateful if anyone could help me with any information they may have on his battalion.
14 July 2008 - Sidcup, England

Anson Howard | ashoward_uk@yahoo.com
My father Capt Anson ‘lofty’ Howard RA MC was involved in both Chindit operations and though he was reluctant to talk about his horrific experiences in the Burma jungle in any detail he praised the bravery and resilience of his men, especially the Sikh soldiers. I know he was attached to an Indian Army regiment and was trained in India and that he and his men were sent behind enemy lines in columns with dismantled field guns strapped onto mules.
I would be grateful for any information about him and his role and/or any leads as to how I might be able to research more effectively.
20 June 2008 - Libya/France

Mark Warner | mark@abalis.co.uk
I am looking for information on Archibald William John Lunn who I recently found out was in the Chindits. He lived in Leicester although he came from Bermondsey/Rotherhithe London (1923). He also was known as William and sometimes Robert. I have very little to go on so if anyone knows anything that might help I would be very grateful.
22 May 2008 - Bedfordshire, Uk

jennifer affleck | alan.affleck90@ntlworld.com
My cousin was robert john monk queens royal regiment and 16th brigade chindits. died may 6th after capture by the japanese, any information please
25 February 2008 - london

michael joseph harris | sumik2@btinternet.com
My father was with the 7th battalion royal leicestershire regiment, chindits in burma.(Mush) Harris.
22 February 2008 - does anyone remember him.?

Martin Whitlock | martwhitlock@hotmail.com
I would like to hear from anyone who knew or has any information regarding my father. His name was Harrison 'Jim' Whitlock and served with the 7th Leics Reg (74 Column). He lived in Northampton.I have pictures of the Regiment Football Team where he is the team goalkeeper.If anyone has any information I would be pleased to hear from you.
11 February 2008 - UK

keith brooks | keithbrooks@freezone.co.uk
i am trying to find out if my uncle was a chindit.his name was phillip brooks.army no4205857.he was in the 45th regiment roconnaissance corp.he was reported killed in burma on the26/03/1944.many thanks mr keith brooks
6 February 2008 - england

helen storer | helzy27@btinternet.com
I am looking for any information in relation to my grandad Thomas Maurice Storer. Unfortunetly he died in 1995 and i was too young he said to hear his stories. All I know is that he served in Burma 1941-1945, he was a POW and never wore his medals. I believe he was in the Royal leicestershire regiment. I wish I knew more. if you can help me please contact me and I will be delighted to hear from you.
11 December 2007

Glyn | glyn.newton2@ntlworld.com
Thanks for help in finding Frank, mum is overjoyed.Your website is now bookmarked and i will continue trying to gather as much information as possible. Well done on the site.
27 November 2007 - Uk

dennis binks | dennis .binks1@ntlworld.com
i am trying to findout about my uncle who was in the royal corps of signals and was in the chindits armoured devision and came from nottingham his name was ernest dexter were would i find out about his regiment he never taled about burma i am not sure were to start i have a photo of him and know he was a prisoner of war in burma thanks
3 October 2007 - england

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