Sad to say that the Royal Regiments historians appear to have neglected one of our own regiments. That Regiment is 10 Fld Regt RA who fought at Kohima as part of the 2nd Inf Div in 1944. The regt was made up of 30/46, 51/54 bty's respectively. Strangely, although 3 of the bty's are still existent, non of these bty's seem to register this as a significant part of their bty histories, if at all. Kohima was one of the most important battles of WW2, and many details have been written about the various fine units and their exploits during the battle, that it seems strange that virtually nothing exists about one of only a handful of RA units present. I have done a bit of research myself. But still the story of this regt is clouded by mystery. What was their role during the battle? Some Arty were used in the infantry role. Where were they located in respect to the positioning of the guns, for effective fire being laid down on the Japanese. Were the bty's split up, to increase coverage or were they kept together for more powerful effect...Basically, i just want to know what happened to this regiments history! If anyone knows anything or could direct me to a source of information then i would be most grateful for your help...Thanks in advance. For your tomorrow, we gave our today. (Inscribed on the Kohima memorial for those who gave the most)..Lest we forget!