Hello. Like many other people the VJ Day 75th anniversary commemorations have made me think of my grandparents. My grandfather Hilary Wontner fought in the Indian Army. I know from the British Army Lists that he served as a Second Lieutenant and then Captain in the 5th and 6th Punjab Regiments, Indian Army and I have old photos of him in Karachi and Lahore dating back to 1940s. I'm curious now about where exactly he continued to serve and whether the regiments served in Burma. He died in the 1990s when I was very young so don't have any opportunity to ask him but curious to know more. Grateful for any experts and people with knowledge of the the Indian Army and Punjab Regiments in WW2 who might know more about precisely which units he served in and where he served and what action he saw. In the army lists he would be listed as "WONTNER, H. A." or "WONTER, H. A." or "WONTNER, HILARY" Grateful for any more information about him and his compatriots. Sadly I know very little about the precise nature of what he did and saw in the war. (which is ironic because for the past two years I have been researching 305 men named on the Board of Trade War Memorial who died in WW1 - Board of Trade War Memorial and https://twitter.com/tradememorial - and don't know about my own granddad)!!