HG Lambert - a soldier with the Chindits

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wayne sumbler | wayne.sumbler@sympatico.ca
I have been fascinated by the heroic stories of the Chindits. I truly think someone should make a movie of their heroic efforts in Burma. You should be so proud of your father. Would like to know if any of the Chindits called Canada home.
18 September 2007 - Canada

Alan Pailing | apailing@logic.bm
I am trying to find more details about my father who served in The Royal Signals as a Chindit.

He was Samuel Leslie Pailing from Leeds.

My dad has sadly passed on and never talked about his Burma days. He was a proud Yorkshireman that used to sing "On the Road to Mandalay" to us as kids. Any information about him would be greatly appreciated.
29 August 2007 - Devonshire, Bermuda

Rob Whiteman | whiteman.family@ntlworld.com
My Dad, Bill Whiteman, was in the 7th Battallion and then the 2nd Battallion of the Leicestershire Reginment in Burma.

He was a Londoner and any information from his old comrades or families with memories of him would be appreciated.
26 August 2007 - London, UK

Steve Fogden | foggyindoors@btinternet.com
Hi, i am trying to find out the location of a place in Burma called Moregumito? This is the village or place where Lance Corporal John William Brock was captured by the Japanese on 18th April 1943.That is the same day that my grandfather Arthur Leslie Howney went missing on the same operation Longcloth! Can anyone tell me where in Burma this was during the war?
1 July 2007 - Twickenham

Sarah Oakley | oakley21@hotmail.co.uk
I'm trying to find any information on my Grandad Ernest Oakley (Ernie) who was part of the Chindits. Unfortunately i never got to meet him, so I would be grateful for any information, and I think it would make my Dad's day. Thank you
20 June 2007 - Bedfordshire

Jack Lindo | Grangewood@ukonline.co.uk
Great story, I was in 82 column Kings Liverpool Regt Chindits.We were the first in in gliders to "Broadway" I have a web site you may be interested in seeing. Type Jack Lindo into Google best wishes for the future Jack
8 June 2007 - Liverpool

Hugh Vaugh
Let me add my appreciation of this wonderful site.

I note that there are many questions here regarding the wartime service of a relative.
Help may be found from the Ministry of Defence. I cannot post their website address here, so search the web for Ministry of Defence.
28 April 2007

Steve Fogden | foggyindoors@btinternet.com
Thanks very much Ian, i am a bit further on than the info. on that site. I am trying to find which actual column he may have been in? On his war service record it says 2nd Echelon India Cable, this is entered next to where he was reported missing on 18/04/1943. Thanks again for your help.
23 March 2007 - Twickenham

Steve Fogden | foggyindoors@btinternet.com
Great website. Been researching my grandfather who served in the 13th Kings Liverpool, these fellows made up the bulk of the 1943 Chindit expedition. Having trouble finding which Chindit unit he may have been in?
22 March 2007 - Twickenham

Webmaster comments   Hi Steve

I`m sure this link, to Frank Young`s, excellent web site will be of help.

http://www.chindits.info/Longcloth/Main.htm

Good Luck

Ian

GEORGE ABEL | lisa.stan@hotmail.co.uk
ANYONE STILL ALIVE THAT SERVED WITH THE CHINDITS WITH ME GEORGE ABEL I AM NOW 82 AND LIVING IN LANCS UK
25 February 2007 - ANYWHERE

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