My dad was wounded in Burma 1944 and because of post-wound infections to his liver and spleen spent 6 months in hospital in India. After he came home in 1946 he was regularly in and out of hospital until eventually dying in 1950, age 27. I have a commemorative scroll issued on behalf of King George in which he is "...held in honour as one who served King and Country in the world war of 1939-1945 and gave his life to save mankind from tyranny." His details are recorded in Birmingham Hall of Memory. There's a CWGC commerative plaque listing WW2 casualties at the crematorium where he was cremated. When I asked them to add my dad's name, which I was willing to pay for, they refused because he died after they'd "closed their books" on WW2 dead. I'd be really grateful if anyone could give me advice on how to get them to change their decision.