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Latest News - UK

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39 Hours - Walking in my Grandfather's footsteps
KET Trustee Charlotte Carty's mission to remember her Grandfather, Lt Col William Felix "Bruno"…
Kohima Service of Remembrance in York 2023
A service of remembrance for the Battle of Kohima 1944
KET Newsletter 2022
The latest KET newsletter is now available to read!
Book Sale of Kohima related titles
A long-time supporter of KET has kindly donated his library of books related to Kohima for…
Fundraising at Edenbridge parish church February 2023
Trustee Ben Brownless raising funds for KET at his local parish church in Edenbridge.
KET at Benenden School Arts Festival June 2022
The Trust was delighted to be invited to attend Benenden School Arts Festival
KET talk at U3A
KET CEO Sylvia May was invited to give a talk about the Trust to her local branch of U3A
The Sergeant Harry May Award - July 2021
The Sergeant Harry May (MID) Award for Leadership by a 2 Signal Regiment Senior Non-Commissioned…
Nephew of Kohima soldier fundraising on VJ Day 75 weekend
Charles Barclay is the nephew of Lt Charles Barclay who was killed at the Battle of Kohima…
Kohima Commemoration at York Minster July 2020
A short service took place to mark the 76th anniversary of the Battle of Kohima
Fundraising news with a 3D printer!
KET is delighted to share news of fundraising efforts by personnel based at RAF Marham in Norfolk.
VJ Day 75 with The Royal British Legion
Update about the 75th anniversary VJ Day commemorations this year, from The Royal British Legion.

Latest News - Nagaland

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The Nagas in The Battle of Kohima - film
A new film, produced by Charles Chasie for the RCEL (Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League)
Mind Your Health Workshops
KET supports the next programme of workshops focussing on Health.
Writers' Workshops in Kohima 2019
Part of the work we support, and which is arranged by our sister organisation in Kohima is…
Winners of 2nd Gordon Graham Prize for Naga Literature announced
We are delighted to announced the winners of the 2nd annual Gordon Graham Prize for Naga Literature…
Kohima 75th Anniversary Ceremony of Commemoration
Kohima War Cemetery 5th April 2019
Kohima 75th Anniversary in Nagaland
The government of Nagaland organised a wonderful opening ceremony full of Naga culture and…

Upcoming Events

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Webinar Schedule 2023-2024
Dates for our upcoming webinars
Burma Rifles: The Unknown Army
Dr Robert Lyman with guest speaker Steve Rothwell
Indus Experiences TOUR OF IMPHAL & KOHIMA April 2024
A SMALL GROUP TOUR TO IMPHAL & KOHIMA LED BY ROBERT (BOB) COOK, CURATOR AT KOHIMA MUSEUM YORK

Recent Events

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A War of Empires - a talk by Dr Robert Lyman
A War of Empires: Japan, India, Burma & Britain: 1941–45 re-examines the story of the Burma Campaign…
Hill of Valour: George Knowland and the Commandos at Kangaw
Out-gunned and out-numbered by odds of more than 15 to one, a small force of Commandos fought one of…
Sampan Travel: Beyond the Chindwin Tour November 2023 & February 2024
November 2023 & February 2024: Kolkata, Manipur, Nagaland, Assam
The Forgotten Chindits: 23 British Infantry Brigade
In 1944, 23 British Infantry Brigade fought in the Naga Hills to the north and east of Kohima....
A Christmas Service of Remembrance 2022
A Christmas Service of Remembrance - online event. We are delighted to welcome Bishop Nigel Stock and…
The Role of Armour in the Burma Campaign & Ezra Rhodes in Kohima
'Using tanks in Burma, no, not possible’ was the general belief early in the Second World War...

Upcoming Webinars

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Webinar Schedule 2023-2024
Dates for our upcoming webinars
Burma Rifles: The Unknown Army
Dr Robert Lyman with guest speaker Steve Rothwell

Recent Webinars

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The Forgotten Chindits: 23 British Infantry Brigade
In 1944, 23 British Infantry Brigade fought in the Naga Hills to the north and east of Kohima....
A Christmas Service of Remembrance 2022
A Christmas Service of Remembrance - online event. We are delighted to welcome Bishop Nigel Stock and…
The Role of Armour in the Burma Campaign & Ezra Rhodes in Kohima
'Using tanks in Burma, no, not possible’ was the general belief early in the Second World War...
Sir Charles Pawsey and the Naga Hills
Charles Pawsey’s decision on 3rd April 1944 to stay at Kohima Ridge may well have tipped the balance…
Sangshak - The First Battle for Kohima
The Kohima Educational Trust is delighted to welcome back author and historian Harry Fecitt MBE, TD
Allies in the Hills: Indian & Burmese hill tribes in the war against Japan
During the war in the Far East the various people of the hills around Burma’s periphery – the Nagas,…
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