Thank you for adding information to this thread and welcome to the forum. I have read about this incident and the account may or may not be accurate as there are so few verifiable sources that can confirm the account. I am not a fan of the Tanner book as, while it rightly acknowledges that there are very few primary sources for the 2nd battalion KOYLI during the retreat, and that people's memories are an unreliable source of historical evidence, it is dismissive of other written sources that do not confirm its narrative. It entirely discards Gerald Fitzpatrick's book, No Mandalay, No Maymyo, whilst ignoring the fact that Ralph Tanner was not with the battalion for the early part of the campaign, only reporting to the Regimental Depot at Maymyo in late February, early March 1942. Tanner's diary was "compiled in 1943 from notes and detailed maps of the retreat which Ralph Tanner carried back from the conflict". Equally the War Diary was constructed from memory after the battalion arrived in India, Major Chadwick oversaw the process despite himself not being with the battalion for the first two months of the campaign due to sickness. If you have any other information regarding Harold Organ, including documents or photographs I would be vey pleased to see it.