I have a 1 Inch to 2 miles wartime map of Burma (84 I S/W) with some interesting annotations made by the original owner. These seem to be code names for various villages around Kalemyo on the Chindwin river. The map dates from 1944 so the annotations must refer to events around November 1944 when Kalemyo was recaptured. Another big clue is that the owner's name is written on the back of the map and, despite the fact that I cannot decipher the writing, it is unusual in that he refers to himself as Mr rather than by a military rank. It is of course possible that the map was given to a civilian as a souvenir and that it is his name on the back. Either way, I cannot make out the name from he signature and I am hoping that someone on the forum can. I have altered the contrast to make the signature more readable.