- Kohima Museum, York
The only military museum exclusively covering the Burma Campaign, with a small collection of artefacts donated mostly by veterans of the 2nd British Division who served in Burma and India between 1942 and 1946. Welcomes BCS visitors (open Thursday morning or by arrangement, except Sunday).
Contact: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
tel: 01904 665806/662655
- St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace
St Ethelburga’s is a non-profit charity which aims “to help people build relationships across divisions of conflict, culture and religion” The reconciliation of BCFG was achieved in this place.
- Three wheels temple
Three Wheels aims to provide a place where natural, true encounters between individuals can give rise to introspection and inter-personal understanding.
- Kohima Education Trust
KET provides educational assistance to the young people of Nagaland, India in order to repay the debt of honour owed for their unstinting help given to the 2nd Division and other British Army units during the battles of 1944.
- The Burma Campaign Memorial Library in SOAS
The Burma Campaign Memorial Library was created by the Burma Campaign Fellowship Group as a permanent memorial to those who fought and those who died in the Burma campaign (1942-1945) during World War II.
- 全ビルマ会 (Zen Biruma Kai)
Zen Biruma Kai (means All Burma Association of Japan) is organized by Japanese veterans of Burma Campaign to encourage the reconciliation between Britain and Japan, Burma and Japan.
- The National Memorial Arboretum
In the National Memorial Arboretum, there is the grove of International Friendship and Reconciliation. This Grove was opened by the members of BCFG in August 2001.
Write to The Grove of International Friendship and Reconciliation
11 Dorchester Court, Dorchester Road, Solihull, West Midlands B91 1LL
Tel: 0121 686 1691
The National Memorial Arboretum is located on
Croxall Road, Alrewas, Staffordshire DE13 7AR
Tel: 01283 792333
Fax 01283 792034