March 20th 1944 – Bangalore


AOC says he will consult SASO on my report when he comes in, so I put in a minute to SASO which he says is “bloody rude”. However, he gets it changed and tells me I shall not have too initial it. Half an hour later the AOC sends for me, gives me the report to read, and demands my initials. I discover he has altered the marks on the “scoreboard” on the front sheet, mostly to 4s, and consequently below average (5) and therefore adverse.

Am all tee-ed up for the boat and hope that my kit will arrive and get safely on board with me. 25 div has gone off to the Burma front, so I hear. They have collected about 40 prisoners on the show and even had pictures of them in the “Statesman” – the first ever.

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