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Ranchi is the capital of the Indian state of Jharkhand, in the area that used to be known as Bihar Province. There is a British Military Cemetery in Ranchi, but no civilians appear to be buried there.Possibly there was a colonial cemetery in Ranchi; can anyone help?He gave their numbers at the end of February – from Japanese figures - as British 5,072, Canadian, 1,689, Indian, 3,829, and others, 357; a total of 10,947.If you add in the 1,500 members of the garrison who were killed in the battle you get 12,447.Adding in the HKVDC members (including nurses) who were interned in Stanley, the Chinese and Eurasian members of the forces who melted away into the local population at surrender, and ignoring the police force who were only militia for a short period, it sounds pretty accurate.24 This evening I attended Brian Finch’s talk for the Royal Asiatic Society at the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.He covered his new translation of A Faithful Record of the Lisbon Maru Incident and was kind enough to give me a copy.Although they were both liberated, family lore had it that Robert died on the journey home, possibly in a hospital ship and possibly in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Hood, Norman Lester, James Dignan, George Busby, Harold Roelich, Mathew Fraser, A. Bennett, David Howell, Peter Moddrell, Fred Latter, Robert Coghill, Arnold Topliff, William Devlin, Fred Carter, James Murphy, G. At Sydney, Mum was met off the boat by her friend and former Hong Kong flat-mate, Mavis Ming, who took her to David Jones shopping mall where Billie finally found two pairs of child-size shoes -- and much more besides, I’m sure.There must have been internees who, in such circumstances, refused their services - and who can blame them?But in all the cases I’ve read about, they went ahead, as did Mr Shields.” Dan Bond wrote: “I am wondering if you could possibly assist in finding info on Pte Barker of the 1st Battalion Middlesex.This page is updated monthly with a record of research and related activities.Pages on the left cover the books that have spun off from this project, and a listing of each and every member of the Garrison. I don’t know why, but I do at least 75% of my research and writing work from autumn to spring.