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Face and build of a “Speakeasy” doorman, but a mind and heart of gold! That’s what my wife says anyhow

Background Information

I am one of those eccentric English amateurs who “dabble” in an obscure field or interest. Because of my work concerning the writing of Chindit, I have now the most information, photographs and documents posted on the internet about the Chindit Operation “Thursday Too many influences to put here, but Mr. Razzelle of DeLucy School, and London University was the most amazing headmaster a boy from the inner city of London could be influenced by. My Father William “Cocky” Cochrane, the most hardworking simple man, who ran to work on the building sites of London. His courage, spirit, love for my Mother, and determination enabled him to survive the most terrible of conditions. He will always be my hero!

Birth Place
London,  U.K

Considering my professional life as a musician/bandleader, I consider reaching middle age quite an achievement.

Being able to put my Father’s experiences in Burma into print, and telling the true story of the forgotten Army. Having him recognized for his service and being voted “Man of the Year 2000” by the Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) Veteran’s Association.

Having “Chindit”, Special Force, Burma 1944 put into the historical archives of the oldest highland regiment in the British Army, so that future generations can read of the trials and tribulations that the “Chindits” endured. Six months of front-line combat in the jungles, mountains, swamps and plains of WWII Burma was certainly no picnic.

My website being awarded the “Golden Web Award 2000” by the International Association of Web Masters and Designers and the “Distinguished web site award” from

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