Some brief notes from my research into hospitals in the Imphal area in 1944 taken from the Kew file: 89 Indian General Hospital 1 Feb 1943 in Jullundar and ordered to transfer sick patients to IMH Lucknow and move to Shillong. They stopped at 52 Rest Camp at Manipur Road (Dimapur) and were ordered to move to Palel arriving 19/20 Dec 1943 to take over from 14 CCS. It began functioning on 23 Dec but was settling in until the end of December. 2 Mar 1944 169 patients received. On 9 March all units in Palel were organised in Boxes and enemy air activity continued. 22 Mar ordered to evacuate all patients to 41 IGH at Leimagong and next day ordered to move there immediately, setting up next to 41 IGH in tents. On 29 March told to pack quickly for another move and moved the next day to a new location in Khamarol village. 2 Apr 44 eight casualties received and on 7 Apr received 44 battle casualties from Kanglatombi and three dead bodies. 1 June – in Oyster Box at Khamarol village. 22 June Dimapur – Imphal Road opened. 25 July orders to admit East African ‘Other Ranks’ and only treat infectious cases for British and Indian troops. 1 Nov 1944 Recce of new site at MS 69.5 on the Tamu Road at Moreh. Later named ‘Walnut Camp’. Opened there 10 Nov and started taking patients 17 Nov. Stayed there at least until end August 1945 but by 1 Jan 1946 was operating at Concordia Club, Batavia in Borneo.