This is, perhaps, one place in Kohima you wouldn't want to miss at all. This beautiful site is dedicated to the 10,000 Allied soldiers who lost their lives during the Japanese invasion during the World War-II.
The cemetery is well kept with lush green, mowed lawns and well groomed flowers. The epitaph on the cemetery wall reads ? When you go home, tell them of us and say That for their tomorrow, we gave our today..... ? On the 18 plots of the cemetery, there are 1421 slabs erected in memory of soldiers who were killed in the battle of Kohima. The soldiers were from UK, Japan, East and West Africa and Burma.
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