All, I am working on an order of battle for 40th Infantry Division for the period 1949-51-ish. The division was re-established in 1949 in Hong Kong under (then) Maj-Gen Geoffrey Charles Evans (Geoffrey Charles Evans - Wikipedia) and was quite fluid in composition owing to the fact that many units were sent for service in first Korea and then Malaya. It was originally a First World War Formation with a large proportion of 'bantam' units--hence the cockerel badge--and later a paper formation of some kind in Italy during the Second World War. It was repeatedly reinforced as the Chiefs of Staff had opined that if they broadcast their intent to defend the colony with force, their ability to do so would never be tested by the Communist PLA (and, indeed, this was what transpired, despite the infiltration via refugees crossing the border). I have, I think, the composition, commanding officers and assorted notes for the three infantry brigades: 26 Gurkha, 27th Infantry & 28th Infantry, but I know almost nothing about tanks. One source (which I've temporarily mislaid) says that 3rd Tank Regiment was attached and present in Hong Kong, but I cannot seem to find its composition, commanding officer or location. I also have the composition of 3 Commando Brigade, but I'm trying to find the name of their commanding officer and their whereabouts in Hong Kong / The New Territories. Of course, there were also smaller units attached which I have not yet identified (such as 208 Signal Section, which I have), so if anybody has a publication on the post-war army they could consult I'd be most grateful. In the event that anybody else is interested in this period/locale, there is a superb (and enormous: 1.32GB!) map of Hong Kong and the New Territories here. It's 1956 and so a little late, but otherwise perfect: Hong Kong and the New Territories [cartographic material] The other thing that I'm looking for is a map of post-war Hong Kong showing military locations and establishments: I have names of a number of camps and barracks, but can only locate the major permanent ones. All help gratefully received.