Evening all. A common request, I'm sure, but I've finally allowed my stubbornness to subside. Since April 2019, after my late-grandfather's passing, I have been looking into my family tree. I inheirted the medals of both my direct family and branches, which covered both WW1 and WW2. I showed my step-grandfather the medals and the work I have done and he began to talk about his father. His father, Christopher Bysouth, served with the Chindits in Burma. He only knows so much, as his father did not talk about the war too much, but he did know enough for me to have some form of foundation. Christopher Bysouth was a part of Operation Longcloth. He was knocked unconscious and was sent to a hospital to recover. Once he was sent back to the 'front lines', he was told that his regiment/division/group was off in the forest and could not regroup with them. That is as much as he knows, which I can imagine doesn't give too much to go from, but I would appreciate any assistance possible.