Archive / Papers / Evans, J.G.W. Papers


Given by Mr. R. Evans

Burma 1942, 1967

Papers belonging to his brother, J.G.W. Evans who was killed leading his patrol of LHO Levies on an assault on two machine gun posts in the vicinity of Mongpawk, Kengtung State, Burma. The party of LHO Levies had been raised by Mr. Evans at the request of General Lu, General Officer Commanding 93rd Division Chinese Central Government Army in December 1942, and which operated on the Northern Borders of Kengtung State against Japanese and Siamese forces.

Two pen and ink drawings: (1) The Palace, Mandalay. (2) In the paddy fields.

One water colour of Langwa.


Offprint of the journal of the Burma Research Society, Vol. I Part I pp. 11-19 June 1967, Some Papal correspondence with the Kings of Burmaby Vivian Ba.

Biography of Khin Oo Zun (Lovable Fore-lock) A Court Maiden of King Thibaw’s palace, who dedicated her life to serve afflicted Burma – n.d. n.p. In Burmese and English.