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Latest News - UK

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KET at Benenden School Arts Festival June 2022
The Trust was delighted to be invited to attend Benenden School Arts Festival
KET talk at U3A
KET CEO Sylvia May was invited to give a talk about the Trust to her local branch of U3A
York Freedom of the City Parade 2022
KET CEO Sylvia May was honoured to be invited by CO of 2 Signal Regiment Lt Col Matthew Jones…
Book Sale of Kohima related titles
A long-time supporter of KET has kindly donated his library of books related to Kohima for…
Fundraising by Benenden School
KET Newsletter 2021
KET Newsletter 2021 is published
KET visit to the Burma Kohima Lodge
KET CEO Sylvia was honoured to attend the Burma Kohima Lodge and give a talk about the work…
KET at Rotary South Conference 2021
KET was delighted to be able to attend the Rotary South conference in October 2021
The Sergeant Harry May Award - July 2021
The Sergeant Harry May (MID) Award for Leadership by a 2 Signal Regiment Senior Non-Commissioned…
4999 "York to Kohima" press-up fundraising challenge
A Royal Signals Corporal Surendra Kambang, of 2 Signal Regiment, has raised a superb amount…
KET Newsletter 2020 is published
The annual newsletter of the Kohima Educational Trust is published.
VJ Day in Sidmouth August 2020
VJ Day commemoration in Sidmouth

Latest News - Nagaland

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Grandchildren of veterans visit Kohima
Grandchildren and other family relatives of veterans visit Kohima
KET supporters visit Cameron Memorial at Kohima - March 2022
Descendants of veterans from the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders visit Kohima
KET Scholarships Awards Ceremony 2022
Held on 25th March 2022: The KET scholarships awards ceremony in Kohima
The Gordon Graham Prize for Naga Literature 2021 - Winners announced
We are delighted to share the news about the 2021 winners of the Gordon Graham Prize for Naga…
Mind Your Health Workshops 2021
The fifth Mind Your Health programme (devised and conducted by Dr Phyobemo Ngully, Chairman…
Shortlist announced for Gordon Graham Prize for Naga Literature 2021
The shortlist has been announced for the Gordon Graham Prize for Naga Literature 2021

Upcoming Events

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Webinar Schedule Spring 2023
Dates for our upcoming webinars in 2023

Recent Events

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The Forgotten Chindits: 23 British Infantry Brigade
In 1944, 23 British Infantry Brigade fought in the Naga Hills to the north and east of Kohima....
A Christmas Service of Remembrance 2022
A Christmas Service of Remembrance - online event. We are delighted to welcome Bishop Nigel Stock and…
The Role of Armour in the Burma Campaign & Ezra Rhodes in Kohima
'Using tanks in Burma, no, not possible’ was the general belief early in the Second World War...
Sir Charles Pawsey and the Naga Hills
Charles Pawsey’s decision on 3rd April 1944 to stay at Kohima Ridge may well have tipped the balance…
Sangshak - The First Battle for Kohima
The Kohima Educational Trust is delighted to welcome back author and historian Harry Fecitt MBE, TD
Kohima Service of Remembrance & Gratitude York 2022
The annual commemoration remembering all those who fought and died at the Battle of Kohima

Upcoming Webinars

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Webinar Schedule Spring 2023
Dates for our upcoming webinars in 2023

Recent Webinars

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The Forgotten Chindits: 23 British Infantry Brigade
In 1944, 23 British Infantry Brigade fought in the Naga Hills to the north and east of Kohima....
A Christmas Service of Remembrance 2022
A Christmas Service of Remembrance - online event. We are delighted to welcome Bishop Nigel Stock and…
The Role of Armour in the Burma Campaign & Ezra Rhodes in Kohima
'Using tanks in Burma, no, not possible’ was the general belief early in the Second World War...
Sir Charles Pawsey and the Naga Hills
Charles Pawsey’s decision on 3rd April 1944 to stay at Kohima Ridge may well have tipped the balance…
Sangshak - The First Battle for Kohima
The Kohima Educational Trust is delighted to welcome back author and historian Harry Fecitt MBE, TD
Allies in the Hills: Indian & Burmese hill tribes in the war against Japan
During the war in the Far East the various people of the hills around Burma’s periphery – the Nagas,…
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