It is at Kohima, in Nagaland, a simple white cross on a grey headstone. To most who manage the journey into the cool, damp hills of eastern India, the answers are simple: Home is England, Them is the English, and Us – well, we were the English also: men, in this case, of the vanishing contingent of the 4th Battalion, the Royal West Kent Regiment.
The epitaph is a heart-breakingly spare quatrain: But where is Home? A scant few hundred of these gallants held back one full division of the Japanese army, three infantry and one artillery regiment, and fought with them on the assistant commissioner’s tennis court, bayonet to bayonet, for six merciless weeks until reinforcements arrived and drove the enemy back to the east.
"Sandbags will be distributed in key locations, largely in the north side of the district considered to be most at risk.
Hopefully we have seen the worst of the weather and we can look forward to getting back to normality." Trains are not running between Leeds and Shipley because of flooding between Leeds and Apperley Bridge stations.
In manuscripts, words are often spelt in various ways, even in the same document.
It was not until the appearance of the dictionary by Nathan Bailey in 1730 and Samuel Johnson in 1755 that there was any attempt at standardisation.
In Baildon, Coach Road remains closed between Otley Road and Green Lane.
One of the best-known memorials to the fallen of the Second World War is also among the least visited.
Examples of Secretary hand - but there are probably many others available on the web.
An added complication is that probate is usually written in Latin.
But as these two necessary books remind us, the British were a small minority in this battle and many others.