The memorial window, by Carl Edwards, is half way along the south ambulatory (see Cathedral Plan).

The Burma 1941-1945 Kohima Memorial Window
"when you go home tell them of us and say
'for your tomorrow we gave our today'"

Further Information
The window was presented by the local association in August 1982. Kohima is a town in the Indian province of Nagaland, close to the Burmese border, and was the scene of a notable siege during the Japanese invasion of India in the Spring of 1944. The defeat of the Japanese by the Allied Forces was the turning point of the Burma Campaign.
Details of the campaign can be found at:
The Burma Star Website, and
The Kohima Museum
Search against the names of those who did not survive at: