Hi, hoping you can help before I commit the cardinal sin of getting this wrong. . I have the account of Captain Richard Wallace, 30 Mountain Regt Indian Artillery, describing the capture of Point 551 during the Arakan Campaign. Here is the extract I am querying: 'I went up to the OP on Goggles, met the Gurkha company commander there and settled down to await developments. The plan was, briefly, that the Gurkhas and Rajputana Rifles should creep around the back of the hill and capture it from the rear. The great danger lay in their being cut off. That night there was a tense silence until about 2am when, with the most blood-curling yells, the Raj-Rifs went in with the bayonet. It was impossible to make out what was happening from our point of vantage, but next morning found the whole feature captured with the exception of Wembley and the ridge leading up to Goggles.' Were the Rajput Rifles at 551 (read it was 2/7th Rajput Regiment?)? Are the Gurkhas he mentions the 8th Gorkha Rifles? Is Cpt Wallace getting his regiments/rifles mixed up? Thanks in advance for any help!