About the Author
Gordon Graham

Born and educated in Glasgow, Gordon Graham enlisted in the army on the outbreak of World War II. He was commissioned into the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, and spent most of the war years with its 1st Battalion. He was awarded the MC and Bar in the 1944 and 1945 Burma Campaigns, and attained the rank of Lieutenant Colonel before being demobilised in 1946.

A few months later, he returned to India and spent the following ten years covering that country and its neighbours as a newspaper correspondent and publisher's representative. This was followed by eight years in New York as international sales manager of the McGraw-Hill Book Company. For the last fifteen years of his professional career he was chairman of Butterworths, the British legal and scientific publisher.

Since his retirement in 1990, he has edited LOGOS, a quarterly journal for the international book world.

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The Trees are all Young

The Trees Are All Young on Garrison Hill
A Personal Memoir featuring the Battle of Kohima

Gordon Graham


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Illustrated with maps and photos, including a select bibliography

All royalties go the the Kohima Educational Trust


Books by the same author

  • V-Force: The Phantom Army of Burma, India Command, New Delhi 1945
  • As I was Saying: Essays on the International Book Business, Hans Zell Publishers, London 1994
  • Butterworths: History of a Publishing House 2nd Edition, Butterworths, London 1995

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