IMPHAL KOHIMA 1944 TALK

The Highlanders Museum IMPHAL KOHIMA 1944 TALK Tickets are now available for an fascinating evening talk on the 25th April 2019 at The Highlanders’ Museum, Fort George where Tim Bean, Senior Lecturer in War Studies at The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst explores what has been voted Britain’s Greatest Battle. 75 years ago in the spring of 1944, the all-conquering Japanese – supported by Indian nationalists, launched a major offensive against the Anglo-Indian 14th Army at Imphal & Kohima, with the intention of pre-empting the Allies re-invasion of South East Asia and potentially seizing India & the Raj. Against a backdrop of jungle-clad mountainous terrain, monsoon rains, hazardous lines of communication a panoply of British, Indian, Gurkha, African, American, Chinese, local indigenous tribes and others took on a dogged and menacing enemy in some of the hardest fought and bloodiest engagements in history. The Imphal-Kohima battles featured a number of Scottish units, significantly; The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, the 3rd Caribiniers - later the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards – and the Gordon Highlanders in an anti-tank artillery role. “When you go home tell them of us and say for your tomorrow we gave our today” – 2nd British Division War Memorial, Kohima For an evening of light refreshments and a fascinating talk for £10 per person. 25th April 2019 Registration from 18:30 with light refreshments for a 19:15 talk start, with a Q&A session to follow. There will be no tickets issued, if you leave the following details and this will allow you entry into the Fort Name - Contact No - Vehicle reg - 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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IMPHAL KOHIMA 1944 TALK

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Tickets are now available for an fascinating evening talk on the 25th April 2019 at The Highlanders’ Museum, Fort George where Tim Bean, Senior Lecturer in War Studies at The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst explores what has been voted Britain’s Greatest Battle.
75 years ago in the spring of 1944, the all-conquering Japanese – supported by Indian nationalists, launched a major offensive against the Anglo-Indian 14th Army at Imphal & Kohima, with the intention of pre-empting the Allies re-invasion of South East Asia and potentially seizing India & the Raj.
Against a backdrop of jungle-clad mountainous terrain, monsoon rains, hazardous lines of communication a panoply of British, Indian, Gurkha, African, American, Chinese, local indigenous tribes and others took on a dogged and menacing enemy in some of the hardest fought and bloodiest engagements in history.
The Imphal-Kohima battles featured a number of Scottish units, significantly; The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, the 3rd Caribiniers - later the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards – and the Gordon Highlanders in an anti-tank artillery role.
“When you go home tell them of us and say for your tomorrow we gave our today” – 2nd British Division War Memorial, Kohima

For an evening of light refreshments and a fascinating talk for £10 per person.
25th April 2019
Registration from 18:30 with light refreshments for a 19:15 talk start, with a Q&A session to follow.

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