Tuesday, 28 January 2014

KATA-KATA HIKMAH


Marah adalah salah satu antara panah-panah syaitan yang mengandungi racun. Oleh itu, hindarilah ia supaya dapat menewaskan syaitan dan bala tenteranya.

(IMAM SYAFIE)





Hati adalah raja dalam diri. Oleh itu,lurus dan betulkan ia supaya empayar kerajaan dirimu tegak di atas al-haq yang tidak disertai oleh iringan-iringan pasukan kebatilan.
(IMAM SYAFIE)





DZIKIR adalah sebab Allah MENGINGAT hamba-Nya dan SYUKUR adalah sebab Allah akan selalu menambah nikmat dan karunia.
DZIKIR dilakukan dengan lisan dan hati. Sedangkan SYUKUR dilakukan dengan rasa cinta dalam hati, pujian dalam lisan, dan melakukan ketaatan dengan anggota badan.

Ibnul Qayyim mengatakan bahwa agama ini dibangun di atas DUA landasan yaitu DZKIR dan SYUKUR. Lantas beliau rahimahullah membawakan firman Allah,

فَاذْكُرُونِي أَذْكُرْكُمْ وَاشْكُرُوا لِي وَلا تَكْفُرُونِ

“Berdzikirlah pada-Ku, niscaya Aku akan MENGINGAT kalian. Bersyukurlah pada-ku, janganlah kalian kufur.” (Al Baqarah: 152)
(Kitab Al Fawa’id karya Ibnu Qayyim Al Jauziyah)





Takut dan cinta kepada Tuhan adalah ibu segala kebaikan. Tetapi kalau tidak takut dan tidak cinta kepada Tuhan, itulah ibu segala kejahatan. Itulah jati diri yang sudah rosak.





"Hari ini di dunia adalah untuk beramal tanpa hisab, esok sesudah mati, hanya ada hisab yang menunggu tanpa ada amal lagi."
(SAIDINA ALI BIN ABI THALIB)





Daripada Ummu Al-Mukminin Ummu Salamah Hindi binti Abu Umaiyah Huzaifah RA, daripada Nabi SAW bahawa sesungguhnya baginda bersabda, "Sesungguhnya pada suatu masa nanti akan dilantik beberapa pemimpin. Maka ada yang kamu bersetuju (kerana amalan mereka yang bertepatan menurut syara') dan yang kamu tidak bersetuju (kerana perbuatan mereka yang bercanggah dengan syara'). Sesiapa yang benci (di dalam hati) maka terlepaslah ia (daripada) dosa dan sesiapa yang membantah sesungguhnya ia terselamat. Tetapi, sesiapa yang redha dan mengikuti (pemimpin tersebut) yang telah bermaksiat". Para sahabat bertanya, "Wahai Rasulullah tidakkah kita perlu memerangi mereka?" Sabda Rasulullah SAW, "Jangan perangi mereka selagi mereka mendirikan solat".



Dua perkara yang paling susah sekali mengubatinya iaitu meninggalkan loba (tamak) untuk manusia dan mengikhlas amal untuk ALLAH.

(SUFFIAN BIN UNAIYAH)




Antara tanda-tanda orang yang bijaksana itu ialah:

- Hatinya selalu berniat suci.
- Lidahnya selalu basah dengan zikrullah.
- Kedua matanya menangis kerana penyesalan (terhadap dosa).
- Segala perkara dihadapaiya dengan sabar dan tabah.
- Mengutamakan kehidupan akhirat daripada kehidupan dunia.
(KHALIFAH UTHMAN IBN AFFAN)



Mati bererti menemui Allah, kerana itu, apabila seorang hamba yang beriman itu reda untuk mati, bererti dia reda untuk bertemu Allah. Dalam keadaan sedemikian rupa, apabila seseorang itu reda untuk bertemu Allah, maka Allah lagi suka menemui hamba berkenaan.



"Kosongkanlah hati anda dari segala sesuatu selain Allah, niscaya Dia akan memenuhi hati anda itu dengan ilmu-ilmu makrifat (ilmu mengenal Allah dan rahasia-rahasia alam) ketuhanan."

(Maulana Ibnu Athaillah Askandary)




Imam Qartubi, dalam al-Jamik li Ahkamil Quran, melaporkan perkataan Imam Sahl bin Abdullah yang bermaksud, “Mengajak kepada makruf dan mencegah kemungkaran adalah wajib ke atas mereka yang berkuasa serta ulama”.

Tidak ada kemuliaan bagi mereka yang mengabaikan amar makruf dan nahi mungkar. “Makruf” bermaksud “sesuatu yang baik mengikut pandangan syarak dan akal,” dan “mungkar” pula bermaksud “sesuatu yang berlawanan dengan makruf sebagai contoh, meninggalkan perkara yang difardukan serta kewajipan, ataupun melakukan perbuatan yang haram sama ada berbentuk dosa kecil ataupun besar”. Tafsiran ini disebutkan oleh Muhammad ibn Illan Al-Makki dalam Dalilul Falihin 

(Maktabah Al-Halabi, Mesir; jilid 2)



Wahai kawanku, usahlah bertarung idea tanpa adabnya!!! Berdebatlah jika kiranya berbuahkan kebaikan. Awasilah pertengkaran. Kerana di sana ada unsur lain membisikkan? Syaitannnn namanya!!!

(HASSAN AL BANNA)




“Sesungguhnya memandang wajah ulama dan orang-orang soleh adalah ibadah.”

(Imam Al-Ghazali)




“Wahai anakku, duduklah dengan para ulama dan rapatkanlah lututmu dengan mereka kerana Allah akan menghidupkan hati dengan cahaya hikmah sebagaimana Allah akan menghidupkan tanah yang gersang dengan curahan air hujan dari langit."

(Luqmanul Haqim)




Al-Quran adalah asing di rumah orang-orang yang tidak mahu membacanya.

Al-Quran juga adalah asing di dalam hati orang-orang yang fasik (iaitu orang-orang yang tidak mahu mengamalkan isinya).




"Kalau tiada orang yang mahu mendengar kalam bicara dakwahmu, teruskan juga menyampaikan kerana seluruh alam memahaminya. Malah seluruh alam gembira mendengar dan menyahut kalam-kalam yang mengagungkan Tuhan."

(Badiuzzaman Said An-Nursi)




Ali bin Abi Thalib r.a berkata: 

Tanda orang yang riya’ itu ada empat:
1. Malas jika bersendirian.
2. Tangkas jika di hadapan orang.
3. Menambah amalnya bila dipuji.
4. Mengurangi amalan jika dicela.




Ibnul-Qayyim berkata:

”Taubat mustahil terjadi, sementara dosa tetap dilakukan”.




"Satu dirham disedekahkan ketika masa sihat dan bakhil lebih afdal (baik) dari seratus dirham diwasiatkan ketika akan mati."

(Ibnu Mas'ud Radhiallahu 'anhu)




''Sesungguhnya rakyat rosak kerana pemerintah, dan pemerintah rosak kerana Ulama. Sementara Ulama pula rosak kerana tamakkan harta dan pangkat. Maka sesiapa yang dikuasai oleh kecintaan kepada dunia, dia tidak akan mampu memberi nasihat walaupun kepada orang bawahan, apa lagi kepada pemerintah dan pembesar''.

(IMAM AL GHAZALI)




Menempuh jalan ke akhirat adalah sukar dan banyak tipu dayanya tanpa penunjuk jalan dan teman. Adapun penunjuk jalannya adalah para ulama.

(Imam al Ghazali)


Tiada lagi pangkat yang lebih tinggi daripada pangkat nabi dan tiada kemuliaan yang lebih tinggi daripada kemuliaan pewaris baginda iaitu ulama.
(Ihya Ulumuddin Imam al Ghazali)






Sunday, 26 January 2014

PERUBAHAN KUTUB BUMI MENURUT HADIS DAN SAINS

Mesir sedang mengalami musim salji pertama dalam sejarah selepas 112 tahun manakala Vietnam juga
mengalami jatuhan salji yang tidak begitu berat berbanding Mesir. Kehadiran salji di beberpaa tempat di Vietnam menarik ramai penduduk seluruh Vietnam ke kawasan
terlibat untuk melihat fenomena bersejarah itu sehingga menyebabkan kesesakan lalulintas selam
berjam-jam seperti dilaporkan Al Jazeera.
Penjelasan tentang fenomena itu boleh dirungkai dengan membaca artikel di bawah.
PAKSI BUMI SEDANG BERALIH ARAH
Kutub Bumi berganjak 1 batu sehari. Pada tahun 2007, Medan kutub utara berganjak dari Kanada Utara kearah Siberia di Russia pada kadar
35 batu setahun. Ini bermakna arah kompas berganjak 35 batu menghampiri Russia dalam tahun tersebut. Anjakan kutub bumi ini mengakibatkan jajaran kompas dan arah utara sebenar semakinketara perbezaannya. Hingga menjadikan arah panduan beberapa landasan kapal terbang tidak lagi terpakai.
Ia semakin memberi kesan terhadap kegiatan manusia hinggakan lapangan terbang antarabangsa Tampa di Florida terpaksa mengubahsuai tanda arah di landasan dengan kedudukan yang baru. Lapangan terbang tersebut terpaksa ditutup selama sebulan bagi kerja-kerja pengubahsuaian. 
Pergerakan kutub utara ke arah Siberia berlaku kerana cepatnya perubahan magnet pada kerak bumi. Perubahan terkini adalah paling dramatik. Ia bergerak semakin pantas.
Kutub bergerak ke timur laut 9 batu setahun pada tahun 1904. Kelajuannya kira-kira 35 batu setahun pada tahun 2007. Ia bergerak sepantas 26 batu sebulan pada tahun 2013. Terkini kepantasannya 1 batu setiap hari!!

Kelajuan pergerakan Kutub makin bertambah Dalam masa 2 tahun kutub ia akan sampai ke Siberia untuk berada di kedudukan 40 darjah. Pada titik ini ia akan meluru merentasi garis Khatulistiwa untuk berada pada kedudukan 40 darjah di
selatan. Ini boleh berlaku dalam jangka waktu yang sangat pantas samada beberapa hari atau
beberapa jam. Jika ini berlaku, seluruh geografi akan berubah. Ada tempat yang timbul. Ada tempat yang tenggelam. Air akan mencari tempatnya. Ada tempat mengalami banjir. Ada tempat berubah menjadi padang pasir. Amerika selatan khususnya Brazil akan menjadi Kutub Utara manakala India akan menjadi Kutub Selatan. Malaysia dijangka berada sebaris dengan India. Tidak tenggelam tapi membeku.


Khatulistiwa berada di Antartika Peralihan kutub yang semakin pantas membuatkan saintis mengagak keseluruhan medan magnet bumi akan "flip" di mana kompas yang dahulunya menunjuk ke utara akan beralih arah ke selatan. Semasa pergerakan " flip" peralihan kutub dari 40 darjah utara ke 40 darjah selatan pergerakan besar air boleh mencetuskan mega tsunami yang menenggelamkan tempat-tempat sebagaimana yang berlaku kepada Atlantis.


Antara negara yang dijangka tenggelam terus ialah India dan Australia Barat. Bandar-bandar ditepi lautakan ditenggelami air.  Peta dunia akan berubah dalam masa dua tahun selepas peralihan kutub berlaku. India akan tenggelam terus. Begitu juga Australia barat. 

Apabila berlaku "flip" pada kutub medan magnet bumi akan menjadi lemah. Medan magnet yang kuat melindungi bumi dari kerosakan oleh sinaran matahari. Kini bumi akan lebih terdedah kepada kesan dahsyat akibat gejolak api di matahari, angin solar, ribut surya dan "sun spot". Manakala "flip" juga bakal mengakibatkan berlaku gempa bumi,letusan gunung berapi, banjir, tsunami dan taufan yang dahsyat yang belum pernah berlaku sedahsyat itu. Pergerakan kutub memang sedang berlaku. makin hari makin laju. Pergerakan kutub dapat dilihat dengan fenomena berbagai bencana alam yang kerap berlaku. Bilakah peralihan sepenuhnya kutub akan berlaku? Mengikut anggaran saintis ianya akan berlaku pada 2015. Hanya Allah yang Maha Mengetahui keranasemuanya adalah perencanan Ilahi. Sama ada merujuk kepada Komet ISON atau kejadian langit yang lain yang belum muncul, berikut adalah sabdaan Rasulullah SAW dan kata-kata sahabat tentang fenomena bintang berekor yang bakal disaksikan di akhir zaman.
 
Terdapat sabdaan Rasulullah saw dan Saidina Ali tentang sejenis komet yang memberi indikasi sejarah. Sama ada hadis dan sabdaan tersebut merujuk kepada kehadiran Komet ISON, hanya Allah swt yang Maha Mengetahui.

Sabda Rasulullah S.A.W "
“.. antara tanda muncul Imam Mahadi ialah munculnya bintang berekor dengan ekornya bercahaya menerangi langit dan menyebabkan tenggelamnya kawasan pantai ”
Kata Saidina Ali RA Saidina Ali K.A.W mengungkapkan dalam catatannya (Jufr Ahmar), "Kedatangan Al Mahdi akan di dahului oleh kemunculan bintang yang ekornya menakjubkan, bukan seperti bintang yang kamu lihat muncul setiap dua pertiga pada satu dekad (sepuluh tahun) dan bukan juga bintang yang muncul pada dua pertiga abad dan bukan juga bintang yang muncul setiap abad. Tetapi ia adalah bintang berabad-abad, yang diliputi api, salji, udara dan tanah. Ekornya memanjang, kelajuannya seperti kelajuan cahaya matahari ketika menyonsong fajar. Hujung depannya bertemu dengan hujung belakangnya seperti lingkaran raksasa memancarkan sinar terang dalam langit yang gelap seperti matahari yang terbit. Kemudian bintang itu akan kembali beredar pada orbitnya. Setelah itu akan datang banyak malapetaka dan kematian yang merupakan keuntungan bagi orang- orang yang baik, dan ia merupakan kerugian bagi orang -orang yang jahat".

Antara fakta Komet ISON ialah:
1. ISON digelar “ Komet abad ini”
2. ISON akan berada paling hampir dengan matahari pada 28 November 2013.
3. ISON akan berada paling hampir dengan bumi pada 26 Disember 2013.
4. ISON dapat dilihat seperti matahari kedua di siang hari.
5. ISON boleh dilihat diwaktu siang dan malam.
6. ISON memiliki ekor sepanjang 57,000 Km.
7. ISON adalah komet yang paling mudah dilihat oleh ramai orang.
8. ISON akan dilihat 15 kali ganda kecerahan cahaya bulan.
9. ISON akan menghasilkan ribut suria yang sempurna@perfect Solar Storm.
10. Bumi akan merempuh debu2 komet ISON pada 14 Januari 2014.
Artikel ini ditulis bukan untuk menggempar dan menakutkan. Apa yang bakal terjadi akan tetap terjadi.
Semoga setelah membaca artikel ini, saudara- saudari serta anak-anak ku bertambah kesedaran dan
keinsafan. Bertambah taat pada Allah. Bertambah akan amalan agama. Di waktu yang sama terus peka dengan perubahan-perubahan serta lebih rajin membaca dan mengkaji fenomena perubahan kutub ini.-
Harakatul Muqawamatul
Islamiyyah...

Friday, 24 January 2014

MALAYSIAN MILITARY PEOPLE

  1. Lt Colonel Abbas bin Abdul Manan : The first Malay Commanding Officer, 4th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment. He was also the only surviving officer at the Battle of Pasir Panjang in 1942.
  2. Lt. Gen. Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bidin : Chief of Staff of the Malaysian Army - the first Malaysian to attend courses at Staff College, Camberley, and first NCO reaching the rank of General.
  3. Major Abdul Hamid bin Yusof : an officer with Timbalan Setia Negeri Johor listed in the London Gazette on March 13, 1918.
  4. LaksamanaTun Abdul Jamil Paduka Raja :  A Malay warrior of Johor Sultanate, played a major role in trying to wrest Malacca from Portuguese control.
  5. Lt.Gen Datuk Abdullah bin Shamsudin : One of the first groups of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to serve the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  6. Lt. Abu Bakar bin Abdullah : A Company, 2nd Battalion Malay Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  7. Lt. Abu Bakar bin Narat : 1st Battalion Federation Regiment , kill 2 communist terrorist at Bahau, N. Sembilan on July 17, 1957.
  8. Major Abu Hassan bin Abdullah : first Commanding Officer Malaysian Special Forces, Feb.23, 1965.
  9. 2nd Lt. Adnan bin Saidi : C Company, 1st Battalion Malay Regiment – killed in action at Battle of Pasir Panjang, Singapore, 1942.
  10. Ahmad bin Johan :  first Malay appointed Adjutant of the 1st Battalion Ranger Regiment.
  11. Lt Colonel Ahmad Rodi bin Zakaria : First Commanding Officer 11th Special Forces Regiment, 1982.
  12. Major Amiruddin Bin Mustapha Albakri : One of the first groups of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  13. Sgt. Anuar bin Talib : Among the 15 pioneers of the Malaysian Special Forces Regiment (Commando), 1965.
  14. Lt. Colonel Ariffin bin Ismail : first Malay Commanding Officer of the 3rd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment. Awarded Military Cross, Malayan Emergency, 1957.
  15. Sgt. Ariffin bin Mohamed : Among the 15 pioneers of the Malaysian Special Forces Regiment (Commando), 1965.
  16. Brig.Gen Datuk Asna bin Mohd Sutan : One of the first groups of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952. Squadron Leader C, 2nd Reconnaissance Regiment at Congo, 1962.
  17. Lt. Baljit Singh : 1st Battalion Federation Regiment – led operation on July 17, 1957 at Bahau, N.Sembilan and killed 2 communist terrorist.
  18. Colonel Borhan bin Ahmad : The first Commanding Officer 21st Special Service Regiment (21 RGK) , 1970.
  19. Chua Koon Eng : Force 136 – captured by the Japanese Kempetai on March 24, 1944.
  20. Daud Hj Sulaiman : first Malay Officer of Askar Timbalan Setia Negeri Johor (Johore Military).
  21. Colonel Dustan Nyaring Angking : the first native Iban to attain the rank of full Colonel in Malaysian Army.
  22. Lt Colonel Fabian Wong Boon Soon : Intelligence Officer Rajang Area Security Command (RASCOM), Sibu, Sarawak in the 70’s.
  23. 2nd Lt Ghazali bin Ibrahim : Among the first 15 selected and a pioneer of the Malaysian Special Force, 1965. The first Commanding Officer of 22nd Rejimen Gerup Gerakhas Malaysia (Colonel). 1977.
  24. Major Harchand Singh : Squadron A 1st Reconnaissance Regiment at Congo,1962.
  25. Brig. Gen Datuk Harun bin Taib : the first Commander of the Malaysian Special Group, 1981.
  26. Brig. Gen. Datuk Hasbullah bin Yusoff : Commander of the Malaysian 3rd Infantry Brigade, died in a NURI crash at Sungai Lundu, Sarawak on Dec. 18, 1989.
  27. Private Hashim bin Rauf : First Malaysian inducted into the HQ 355 Field Security Section (FSS), a unit of the British Army Intelligence in 1953.
  28. Lt. Hassan bin Din : The first Malay to attend course at the Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall, England and the first Malay to be the Director of Music Royal Malay Regiment.
  29. 2nd Lt Hassan bin Hj Yasin : led Platoon 12, 3rd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment at Battle of Sungai Semur, 1950.
  30. Hong Pei : Force 136, Malaya WW2.
  31. Captain Hussein bin Hashim : representing the Royal Malay Regiment to received the Regiment Color from His Majesty The Yang Di Pertuan Agong on March 23, 1963.
  32. Colonel Hussin bin Awang Senik : Among the first 15 selected & a pioneer of the Malaysian Special Forces, 1965. The first Commandant of the Special Warfare Training Centre, 1977.
  33. Lt. Ibrahim bin Ali Ditta : The only Malay officers awarded Military Cross in World War II.
  34. Lt. Gen. Dato’ Ibrahim bin Ismail : the first Malaysian to take command of 6th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment and the Chief of Staff Malaysian Armed Forces.
  35. L/Corporal Johari bin Mohd Siraj : Among the first 15 selected & a pioneer of the Malaysian Special Forces, 1965.
  36. W.O II Kanang ak Langkau : 8th Battalion Royal Malaysian Rangers – the only person to have received both the Panglima Gagah Berani and Seri Pahlawan Gagah Perkasa.
  37. Lt Colonel Khalid bin Hashim : the first Malaysian to command the Port Dickson Garrison and Royal Malay Regiment Depot.
  38. Lt Colonel Khalid bin Mohd Yassin : first Malay to be Commanding Officer of 7th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment.
  39. Lt Colonel Khong Kim Kong : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  40. Maj. General Lai Chung Wah : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  41. Major Lakhbir Singh Gill : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952- commanding the A Squadron 2nd Federation Regiment at Bukavu, Congo, 1961.
  42. Maj. Gen Datuk Leong Siew Meng : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  43. Li Han Kwang : Force 136, Malaya WW2.
  44. Lim Bo Seng : Force 136 – anti Japanese Resistance Fighter based in Malaya and Singapore, WW2.
  45. Lt Colonel Linus Lunsong : The first Iban to command 22nd Malaysian Special Forces, 1966.
  46. Lt. Low Lai Fook : 1st Battalion Federation Regiment – led and operation on July 17, 1957 at Bahau, N. Sembilan and killed 2 communist terrorist.
  47. Lt. Low Tung Yeow : Reconnaissance Troop at Congo, 1961
  48. Lt Colonel Mahmood bin Sulaiman : The first Commanding Officer 9th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment.
  49. Corporal Maniam Moorthy : Malaysian Commando – one of the Malaysian Everest Team in 1997, died on Dec.20, 2005.
  50. L/Corporal Md Yusof bin Yaakob : 6th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, were killed in the explosion at Kindu Airport, Congo, in 1961.
  51. 2nd Lt. Mike Chong Boon Tick : Troop Leader, A Squadron, Federation Regiment, Kindu, Congo, 1962.
  52. Lt. Colonel Mohammed Noor Hj Tamrin : First Malay Commanding Officer 5th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment. Commanding Malayan Special Force at Congo, 1962.
  53. Sgt. Mohd Dali bin Ahmad : First Malay to lead the Royal Malay Regiment Band, Aug.1, 1936.
  54. Major Mohd Fuad bin Md Ghazali : 1st Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – Malaysian Army’s first Captain of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, London on May 2, 2008.
  55. Lt. Mohd Ramli bin Ismail : Among the first 15 selected and pioneer of the Malaysian Special Forces (Commando), 1965.
  56. Captain Mohd Said : Officer with Askar Timbalan Setia Negeri Johor (Johor Military Force)  listed in the London Gazette on March 13, 1918.
  57. Captain Mohd Salleh Ali : Johor Military Force assigned to control the Indian Army during World War 1.
  58. Corporal Moo Kee Fah : Among the first 15 selected and pioneer of the Malaysian Special Forces (Commando), 1965.
  59. Captain Mukhtiar Singh s/o Sadagar Singh : served 29 years in both Army and Police Force – led his platoon wiped out Communist terrorist in Selangor.
  60. Colonel Musa bin Ahmad : Johor Military Force – the composer for the song “Seri Mersing”.
  61. Maj. Gen. Datuk Mustaffa Awang : Commander of Army 2nd Division – died in NURI Crash at Lundu, Sarawak on Dec.18, 1989.
  62. Maj.Gen. Datuk N. Selvarajah : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  63. Lt. Colonel Ng Boon Hwa : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  64. Major Noel Terence Lopez : Battery Commander, B Battery, 1st Artillery Regiment at Kuching, Sarawak, 1965.
  65. Sgt. Onn bin Jaafar : Johor Military Force – assigned to control the Indian Army during World War 1.
  66. W.O. 1 Osman bin Enggok : first Malay “Sargeant Major Regiment”, Malay Regiment, WW2.
  67. Lt. Colonel Othman bin Ibrahim : First Commanding Officer 8th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment.
  68. 2nd Lt. Raja bin Hj Ahmad : C Squadron, 2nd Battalion Reconnaisance Regiment at Congo, 1962.
  69. Lt. Colonel Raja Lope Rashid Raja Abd Rahman : among the first 25 Malay youths to join the first Experimental Squad of the Royal Malay Regiment on 1 March 1933 in Port Dickson and among the first 4 commissioned officers of Malay Regiment.
  70. L/Corporal Sabri bin Ahmad : among the first 15 selected and pioneer of the Malaysian Special Forces, 1965.
  71. Corporal Sapok Biki : Malaysian Ranger Regiment - Malaysia's first gold medalist in boxing event at the Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, 1998.
  72. Private Shaari bin Mat Isa : 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – died of appendicitis at Goma Hospital, Congo on Dec.27, 1962.
  73. Lt. Colonel Shamsudin bin Abbas : First Director of Malaysian Special Forces, 1980.
  74. Corporal Silva Dorai : among the first 15 selected and pioneers of the Malaysian Specil Forces, 1965.
  75. Private Siohnah bin Jantan : 7th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, drowned at Bukavu River, Congo on June 6, 1962.
  76. Brig. Gen. Datuk Stephen Mundaw : The first native Iban Officer to be appointed Brigadier General on Nov. 1, 2010.
  77. Marsyal Muda (U) Dato’ Sulaiman bin Sujak : The first Malaysian to be appointed Chier of The Air Force, Royal Malaysian Air Force.
  78. Hon. Colonel Sultan Abu Bakar Ri’ayatudin Al-Mu’atham Shah : Pahang State Troops Malayan Volunteer Infantry, 23 June 1923.
  79. Hon. Colonel Sultan Ale’idin Suleiman Shah : Selangor State Troops Malayan Volunteer Infantry, 1 August 1931.
  80. Hon. Colonel Sultan Iskandar Shah : Perak State Troops Malayan Volunteer Infantry, 19 Feb. 1926.
  81. Syed Mohamed Nong Yahya : Led the Johore Military Forces in 1885.
  82. Tan Chong Tee : Force 136, captured by the Japanese on March 26, 1944.
  83. Lt. Colonel Thong Chee Sin : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  84. Lt. Colonel Tunku Osman Tunku Mohd Jewa : The first Malay to command 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment and the first Malaysian to be appointed Chief of The Armed Forces.
  85. Lt. Colonel Ungku Nasaruddin Bin Ungku Mohammad : Commander of the Malayan Forces at Congo under United Nations.
  86. Captain V.T. Lee : Representing Royal Reconnaissance Corps to received the Corps colors from His Majesty the King on March 23, 1963.
  87. Voo Soo Thiam : First batch Police Inspector trainee , Police Depot, 1947.
  88. Sgt. Yahya bin Darus : among the first 15 selected and pioneer of the Malayan Special Forces, 1965.
  89. Colonel Yeop Mohidin bin Mohd Sharif : Founder of the Territorial Army (Askar Wataniah).
  90. Major Zainal Abidin bin Hj Yaakob : Officer in Charge ‘A’ Company, 3rd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, killed in Action at Kalabakan, Sabah on Dec. 29, 1963.
  91. Sgt. Zakaria bin Abas : among the first 15 selected and pioneer of the Malaysian Special Forces, 1965. 
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Wednesday, 22 January 2014

BRITISH / FOREIGN MILITARY AT MALAYA / MALAYSIA

  1. Lt.RNR A. Brown : Commanding Officer HMS Circe – Malaya WW2
  2. Lt Gen. A. Galloway : GOC Malaya Command, 1946.
  3. Lt Col A. Gordon :  First Commanding Officer 7th Royal Malay Regiment, 1956
  4. Lt.A. Woodley, RNR : Commanding HMS Siang Wo – Malaya WW2.
  5. Lt Colonel A.A.Johnson : Commanding Officer 4th Battalion Suffolk Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  6. Lt.Col A.C. Horden: Commanding Officer 3rd Btn Royal Malay Regiment (1948-1951)       
  7. Brigadier A.C.M. Paris :  Commanding the  12th Indian Infantry Brigade, Malaya WW2
  8. Captain A.D. Norman, RN : First Chief of Naval Staff, Royal Malayan Navy
  9. Commander A.D. Thompson, RN : Commanding Officer HMS Shu Kwang – Malaya WW2.
  10. Maj.Gen. A.E. Barstow - C.O. Indian 9th Infantry Division, Malaya, WW2. 
  11. Lt.Col. A.E. Cumming - C.O. 2nd Battalion 12th Frontier Force Regiment, Malaya , WW2.
  12. Lt Colonel A.E. Knights : Commanding Officer 4th Battalion Royal Norfolk Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  13. WO II A.E. Mc Carthy : Company Sergeant Major , Royal Malay Regiment Experimental Squad, 1932
  14. Gen. A.E. Percival : GOC Malaya during World War 2 (WW2). Surrender to the Japanese at Singapore, 15 February 1942.
  15. Lt Colonel A.E. Tawney : Commanding Officer 1st Anti Aircraft Regiment, Indian Artillery, Singapore WW2.
  16. Col. Tan Sri A.E. Young : Malayan Police Commisioner , 1952-53
  17. Lt Gen A.F.P. Christison : GOC Miltary Forces in Malaya – signing the proclamation of British Military Administration after the war.
  18. Captain A.G. Exham : First Adjutant of the Malay Regiment – create and design the Regiment motto and badge.
  19. Lt.Commander A.G. Skipwith : 1st Lieutenant of HMS Prince of Wales, survived the sinking of the Ship at the coast of Kuantan, Pahang on Dec. 10, 1941.
  20. A.H. Dickinson : Straits Settlement Chief of Police
  21. Lt Colonel A.J.Lardner-Clarke : Commanding Officer 85th Anti Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery, Malaya WW2.
  22. Captain A.J.F. England : Officer Experimental Company Malay Regiment before war.
  23. Lt. Cmdr A.J.P. Henton, RN : Volunteer Record Office, Beach Road, Singapore, 1947.
  24. Commodore A.M. Synnot,RAN : Chief of Navy, Royal Malayan Navy (1962-65)
  25. Commodore A.N. Dollard, RAN : Chief of Navy, Royal Malayan Navy (1965-67)
  26. Colonel A.P. Derham : Assistant Director for Medical Services, Australian 8th Division, Malaya WW2.
  27. Major A.S. Blackman : C Company 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – Malayan Emergency 1956
  28. Captain A.S. Taylor : Commanding D Company 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – Malaya WW2
  29. Brigadier A.T. Newbolt : Deputy Chief Civil Affairs of Malaya after World War II.
  30. Commander A.W.Sprott, RN : Commanding Officer HMS Kedah, Malaya WW2.
  31. Lt. A.W. Townsend, RN : Commanding Officer KD Sri Kedah – Malayan Confrantation.
  32. Maj. Adam Davie : Commander of the Malay Regiment in Ceylon, received the Regimental Colours on May 31, 1802.
  33. Major Alan Davidson Brown : Commanding Officer 4/19th Hyderabad Regiment at Battle of Slim River, Malaya WW2.
  34. Sister Agnes Betty Jeffrey : 2/10th Australian General Hospital, Malaya WW2. Taken as POW, wrote a book "White Coolies" after war which later inspired a Film "Paradise Road" in 1997. 
  35. Lt. Col. Albert Boyes : Commanding Officer 2/26th Australian Infantry Battalion – Malaya WW2
  36. Gunner Albert Cleary : Australian POW at Sandakan Camp, he was tied to a tree, beaten and left to die. The spot where he was beaten to death became the site of Ranau Memorial known as Gunner Cleary Memorial.
  37. Lt.Col. Albert Varley : Commanding Officer 2/18th Australian Infantry Battalion – Malaya WW2
  38. Brigadier Alec Warren Greenlaw Wildey : Commanding the Artillery Brigade in Malaya, WW2.
  39. W.O. Alf Warren : Operation Rimau - attack on Japanese Shipping in Singapore Harbour, July 7, 1945. 
  40. Lt. Alfred Percival Atkins : Planter Manager with Caledonian Estate Batu Arang, Selangor. Joint the 2nd Battalion Federated Malay States Voluteer Force, died from wounds on 24 January 1942.
  41. Lt. Alister George McKenzie, MC : B Company Royal Malay Regiment , awarded Military Cross for his action during WW2 at Malaya.
  42. Maj. Anthony Greville Bell : Commanding ‘B’ Squadron , the Malayan Scout (SAS) during Malayan Emergency.
  43. Gen. Archibald Wavell : Allied Supreme Commander for the Far East – Malaya WW2.
  44. Corporal Archie Campbell : Operation Rimau - attack on Japanese Shipping in Singapore Harbour, July 7, 1945.
  45. Maj.Gen. Arthur Edward Barstow : Commanding the Indian 9th Infantry Division, Malaya WW2
  46. Lt.Col. Arthur Edward Cumming : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion 12th Frontier Force Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  47. Lt General Arthur Ernest Percival : GOC Malaya Command – surrendered to the Japanese Army on Feb 15, 1942 at Singapore.
  48. Lt Colonel Arthur Harold Boyes : Commanding Officer 2/26th Australian Infantry Battalion, Malaya WW2.
  49. Arthur King Scarf : RAF Squadron Leader – Malaya bombing Mission, Dec 1941. Awarded Victoria Cross.
  50. Rear Admiral Arthur Palliser : Deputy Commander  of Force ‘Z’ – Malaya WW2
  51. Col. Arthur Wellesley : Suggested the Pu. Jerjak as Alternate Naval Base on 1797.
  52. ABSM Andrew Huston : Operation Rimau - attack on Japanese Shipping in Singapore Harbour, July 7, 1945.
  53. Lt Colonel Augustus Murdoch : Commanding Officer 155th (Lanarkshire Yeomanry), Field Regiment Royal Artillery, Malaya WW2.
  54. Lt Colonel A.W. Walsh : Officer in charge of the Japanese P.O.W Camp at Batu Lintang, Kuching, Sarawak after liberation of Borneo, 1945.
  55. Major Aziz Ahmad : Commanding the Kapurthala Infantry Battalion (Indian State Forces) , Singapore WW2.
  56. Lt. Cmdr B. Cormack, RN : Commanding Officer KD Ledang – Malayan Confrantation.
  57. Sister B. Wilmot : 2/4 Casualty Clearing Station, Malaya WW2 - murdered at Banka Island, 1942.
  58. B.D.B. Wentworth : Instructor for Women Police Pioneer in Malaya, 1955.
  59. B.M.B O’ Connell : Police Officer – Director of all security intelligence throughout Malaya and Singapore.
  60. Maj.Gen. B.W. Key - C.O. 11th Indian Division, Malaya, WW2
  61. Corporal B. Stanton : 12th Platoon, D Company, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, KIA at Ulu Paloh Estate, 1951.
  62. Basil Cochrane : British bomber pilots, the Bristol Brigand RH 755 which crashed at Banjaran Bintang Hijau, Perak  in May 3, 1952.
  63. Lt. Ben C. Hackney : 2/29th Battalion Australian Infantry Regiment – one of the 2 men to survive the Japanese massacre at Parit Sulong, Johor on 22 January 1942.
  64. Maj.Gen. Berthold Wells Key : Commanding the Indian 11th Division -  Malaya WW2.
  65. Major Bill Cooper : Commanding Officer 11th Independent Field Squadron, Royal Engineers, Malayan Emergency.
  66. Lt. Col. Bill Hennings : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Cameronians – Malayan Emergency.
  67. Corporal Bill Holden : 2nd Loyal Regiment – he was bayoneted to death by the Japanese soldiers while lying on hospital bed awaiting for operation at Alexandra Hospital, Singapore, 1942.
  68. WO 1 Bill Sticpewich : Australian Army Service Corps – one of the six survivors of the Sandakan DeathMarch, 1945.
  69. Brigadier Billy Key:Commanding 8th Indian Infantry Brigade – Malaya WW2.
  70. Major Bob Godfrey : Sarawak Rangers – Malayan Emergency.
  71. Sgt Bob Turnbull : The most famous soldier during Malayan Emergency.
  72. Lt. Bobby Ross : Operation Rimau - attack on Japanese Shipping in Singapore Harbour, July 7, 1945.
  73. ASP Brian Edwards : Officer in Charge Operations, Muar Police HQ – Malayan Emergency.
  74. Sgt C.Cameron : Australian Imperial Forces – member of the “Operation Rimau” who was kill in action on Merapas Island during WW2. His body was found after a long search in 1994.
  75. Lt. Col. C. Esmond Morrison : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Leicestershire Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  76. Col. C. Ford : Lead the Recruit of the Malay Regiment passing out Parade on 12 June 1950.
  77. Tech. C. Cox : Technician BRISTOL BRIGAND RH 755 plane - crash at Cenderoh Lake, Perak on May 3, 1952. 
  78. Brigadier C.A. Lyon : Commanding Fotress Penang – Malaya WW2.
  79. Lt. Col. C. A. Morris : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1958-60. 
  80. Lt. Col. C.A.I. Suther : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1950-52.
  81. Rear Admiral C.B Carlson, RN : Flag Officer Malayan Area, 1949.
  82. Major C.E. Bone : President of the Melaka Historical Society, 1930.
  83. Captain C.E. Cleaver, RN : Commanding Officer HMS Larut – Malaya WW2
  84. Major C.E. Collinge : Commanding Armoured Car Squadron, Federated Malay State Volunteers Forces, Malaya, WW2
  85. Lt Colonel C.E. MacKellar : Commanding Officer 118th (8th London) Field Regiment, Royal Artiller, Malaya WW2.
  86. Lt Colonel C.F.H Riches : Commanding Officer 3rd Battalion Federated Malay State Volunteer Forces (Negeri Sembilan) , WW2.
  87. Maj General C.H Boucher : GOC Malaya Command, 1949.
  88. C.H. Fenner : Commissioner of Police – Malayan Emergency.
  89. Major C.H.D. Wilde : British officer who carried the white Flag surrendered to Japanese Forces  in Singapore on February 15, 1942.
  90. Lt . C.J. Windsor : Commanding Officer HMS Kelana – Malaya WW2.
  91. Brigadier C.L.B Duke : Commanding Officer 53rd (British) Infantry Brigade – Malaya WW2.
  92. Colonel C.M. Lane : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion , 15th Punjab Regiment at Sarawak – Malaya WW2.
  93. Lt.Col. C.N.B. Rose : The first Commanding Officer of the 4th and 5th Battalion The Royal Malay Regiment
  94. Lt Colonel C.P Heath : Commanding Officer 9th Coastal Regiment, Royal Artillery, Singapore,WW2.
  95. Brigadier C.R. Hardy : Brigade Commander, 3 Commando Brigade – Malayan Emergency.
  96. Admiral C.S. Holland : Signing the British Resettlement on Malaya onboard HMS Sussex on September 4, 1945.
  97. C.S.K. Bovell – Deputy Commissioner of Police, 1956.
  98. Lt. Col. C.W. Brown Iow : Commanding the Ship S.S. Kaka, British Support Group at Tumpat, Kelantan on May 5, 1915.
  99. Air Vice Marshall C.W.H Pulford : Commander Far East Air Force (Royal Air Force) , Malaya WW2.
  100. Col. C.W.P. Richardson : Deputy Commander Malay Regiment at Port Dickson, N.Sembilan , 1951.
  101. Sister Carrie Ashton : 2/13th Australian General Hospital, Japanese Prisoner of War at Sumatra for 3 ½ year – Malaya WW2.
  102. Maj. Gen. Sir Casimir Cartwright van Straubenzee : G.O. C Malaya Command, 1927-29.
  103. Lt.Col. Cecil Deakin : Commanding Officer, 5th Battalion, 2nd Punjab Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  104. Lt Colonel Charles Albert Hendricks : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Hyderabad Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  105. Lt Colonel Charles Alexander Scott : Commanding Officer 4th Battalion Straits Settlement Volunteer Force, Singapore WW2.
  106. Colonel Charles Anderson Groove : Commanding the 45th Indian Brigade – Battle of Muar, 1942. Awarded Military Cross.
  107. Lt. Charles Douglas Lamb : 1/8th Punjab Regiment, killed in action at Battle of Kampar, 1941/42.
  108. Lt Colonel Charles Frederick Assheton : Commanding Officer 2/20th Australian Infantry Battalion, Malaya WW2.
  109. Lt Colonel Charles Holmes : Commanding 137th (2nd West Lancanshire) Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, Malaya WW2.
  110. Lt Colonel Charles Knowler Tester : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion, 9th Jat Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  111. Sir Charles Shadwell : Commanding the British Forces to combat Pirates at coast of Selangor.
  112. ASP Charon Daam : ADC of Tan Sri Ghazalie Shafie (Defence Minister)  - died in a plane crash at Janda Baik, Pahang on Jan.10, 1982.
  113. L/Corporal 13218 Christopher Thompson : Assistant Planter at Selangor River Rubber Estate, Joint the 2nd Battalion Federated Malay State Volunteer Force, died in captivity on June 16, 1943 at Thailand.
  114. Corporal Clair Steward : Operation Rimau - attack on Japanese Shipping in Singapore Harbour, July 7, 1945.
  115. Lt Colonel Clarence Gilbert : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion 13th Frontier Force Rifles – Malaya WW2.
  116. Lt.Col. Clive Hendricks - C.O. 1st Battalion Hyderabad Regiment, Malaya, WW2. 
  117. Corporal Colin Craft : Operation Rimau - attack on Japanese Shipping in Singapore Harbour, July 7, 1945.
  118. Sgt. Collin Cameron : Operation Rimau - attack on Japanese Shipping in Singapore Harbour, July 7, 1945.
  119. Captain Collin Cattanach : Commanding the 1st Australian Observer Unit – Malayan Emergency.
  120. Cornelis Matelief de Jonge : Commander of the Dutch 3rd Fleet in a battle with the Portuguese Armada in 1606 in Malacca.
  121. Lt Colonel Cranston Albury McEachem : Commanding Officer 2/4th Anti Tank Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  122. Lt Col. Cyril Arthur Stokes : Commanding Officer 5th Battalion, 14th Punjab Regiment – Killed in Action at Krohcol.
  123. Cyril John Alexander Cox : British bomber crews of Bristol Brigand RH 775 killed in plane crash in May 1952 in Perak.
  124. Lt Colonel D. Rhys Thomas : Commanding Officer 5th Battalion Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  125. Major D. Burnett : Lead the 550 recruits of the 5th Battalion The Royal Malay Regiment on January 23, 1949.
  126. Lt Col. D.D. Zvegintzov : Commanding Officer 4th Battalion The Royal Malay Regiment, 1955 – 56.
  127. Capt. D.F.Duffy - Australian Company Commander, Malaya, WW2. 
  128. Sub.Lt D.G. Freeman SSRNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Rahman – Malaya WW2.
  129. Lt Col. D.G. Jebb : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion The Royal Malay Regiment, 1955-58.
  130. Major D.G.C Cowie : Commanding 10th Indian Mountain Battery – Operation Krohnol, WW2.
  131. Captain D.I.D Morris : Adjutant2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  132. Maj. Gen. D.M. Murray – Lyon : Commanding the 11th Indian Infantry Brigade – Malaya WW2.
  133. Colonel D.M. Shean : Commanding the Malay Brigade – Malaya WW2.
  134. Brig. D.S. Maxwell - C.O. 27th Australian Infantry Brigade, Malaya , WW2. 
  135. Lt Colonel D.V Hill : Commanding Officer 3rd (Light ) Anti Aircraft Regiment, Hong Kong & Singapore Royal Artillery, Singapore WW2.
  136. Lt Col. David Rees – William : British officer assigned to observe the Malay opposition to the Malayan Union.
  137. Colonel David Twiggs : First Adjutant 1st Battalion Royal Malaysian Rangers.
  138. Lt. Dennis Robert Edward Wymann : 5th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, Operation Sword, 1954. Awarded Military Cross.
  139. Lt. Derrick Montgomery – Campbell : 2nd Battalion The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders – Malaya WW2.
  140. Captain Desmond J. Duffy : Commanding the B company, 2/30th Australian Infantry Battalion – Battle of Muar. 1942.
  141. Don Martin d'Alphonso de Castro : Commanding the Portuguese Fleet in Battle with the Dutch at Malacca in 1606.
  142. Lt. Commander Donald Davidson : Operation Rimau - attack on Japanese Shipping in Singapore Harbour, July 7, 1945.
  143. Sister Dora Gardam : Australian Army Nursing Services in Singapore, died on April 4, 1945 as Prisoner of War.
  144. 5400 Private Douglas Adam Alexander : Manager Scottish Malay Estates Ltd, Pahang. Served with 2nd Battalion Federated Malay States Volunteer Force – died in captivity on August 26,1943  at Songkurai, Thailand.
  145. Private Douglas Warne : Operation Rimau - attack on Japanese Shipping in Singapore Harbour, July 7, 1945.
  146. Maj. Gen. Sir Dudley Howard Ridout : G.O.C. Malaya Command , agreed with the proposal to establish the Malay Regiment.
  147. Major Duncan Carter Campbell : Adjutant 1st Battalion The Cameronians – Malayan Emergency.
  148. Brigadier Duncan S. Maxwell : Commanding the 27th Australian Infantry Brigade – Malaya WW2.
  149. E. Bagot : Inspector General of Police , Kuala Lumpur before World War II.
  150. Sister E. Balfour-Ogilvy : 2/4 Casualty Clearing Station, Malaya WW2 - murdered at Banka Island,1942. 
  151. Sister E. Dorsh : 2/4 Casualty Clearing Station, Malaya WW2 - drowned in 1942.  
  152. Lt Colonel E. Gopsill : The first Commanding Officer of 1st Battalion Malaysian Rangers, Sept.16, 1963.
  153. Sister E.Hannah : 2/4 Casualty Clearing Station, Malaya WW2 - POW at Banka Island. 
  154. Lt. Colonel E. Hewetson : Commanding Officer 4th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1951 – 53.
  155. Lt. E. Lenthall : The first  Music Director of the Central Band of the Royal Malay Regiment .
  156. WO II E. Oldfield : Company Quarter Master Sargeant, Malay Regiment Experimental Company, 1932.
  157. 2nd Lt. E.A. Atkinson : Officer in Charge 355 Field Security Section (FSS), British Intelligence in Malaya, 1953.
  158. Lt.Colonel E.A. Hefford : Commanding Office 4th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1953-55.
  159. Lt Colonel E.C. Prattley : Commanding Officer 5th Battalion Royal Norfolk Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  160. Commodore E.D. Norman : Chief of Naval Staff, Royal Malayan Navy (1957-60).
  161. E.F. Southey : The last Police Lieutenants to be killed in action at Selangor, Dec. 1957.
  162. Captain E.H.S. Bretherton : Commanding ‘D’ Company, Malay Regiment – Malaya WW2
  163. Brigadier E.K.W. Backhouse : Commanding Officer 54th British Infantry Brigade – Malaya WW2
  164. Maj. Gen. Sir E.O. Lewin : G.O.C. Malaya Command (1934-35).
  165. Major E.R Andrews : Commanding the 273rd Anti Tank Battery, Operation Krohcol, WW2.
  166. Lt. Colonel E.S. Purcell : Commanding Officer 4th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1956-57
  167. Lt. Colonel Edward Barclay Holmes : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Manchester Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  168. Lieutenant Edward John Ellis : Commanding D Company, 5th Battalion, 14th Punjab Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  169. Lt Colonel Edward W.F. Jephson : Commanding Officer 5th Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, Malaya WW2.
  170. Sister Elizabeth Pyman : 10th Australian General Hospital, reached safety to Australia onboard ‘Empire Star’ , WW2
  171. Sister Ellen Keats : 10th Australian General Hospital, evacuated onboard HMS Vyner Brooke, killed in the Bangka Island massacre, WW2.
  172. Lt Colonel Eric Lawrance  Wilson Haffenden : Commanding Officer 4th Battalion, 19th Hyderabad Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  173. Captain F. Ford : Commanding Officer 410th Independent Plant Troop, Royal Engineers, Malayan Emergency.
  174. Lt. F.D.S. Man, SSRNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Penghambat – Malaya WW2.
  175. Lt. Colonel F.F. Laugher : Commanding Officer 6th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1955.
  176. Squadron Leader F.G. Birchall : Missing Servicemen Section after WW2.
  177. Lt. F.G. Crozier : Adjutant Malay Regiment Experimental Company, January 8, 1934.
  178. Major F.G.L Chester : Commanding Z Special Unit at North Borneo, WW2.
  179. Maj. General F.H. Brooke : Chief of Army Malaya 1956-59.
  180. Brigadier F.H. Fraser : Commanding 2nd Malaya Infantry Brigade – Malaya WW2
  181. Lt. F.H. George : Commanding Officer HMS Kuala – Malaya WW2.
  182. F.K. MacNamera : Commandant of the Police Depot, Kuala Lumpur.
  183. Maj.Gen. F.K. Simmons - C.O. Singapore Fortress, Malaya, WW2. 
  184. Lt. General F.W. Messervy : G.O.C. Malaya Command
  185. Lt.Colonel F.W. Young : The first Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion Malay Regiment before WW2.
  186. Lt. Colonel Fairy Gopsill : The first Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Malaysian Rangers. 
  187. Gunner Fausta Rodrigues : A Portuguese Gunner who wrote a diary of St. Francis Xavier visit to Malacca which is on display in the National Museum at Lisbon, Portugal.
  188. 6805 CSM Francis Douglas Lovewell : Planter Manager with Remfield Rubber Estate Ltd, Sg. Buloh,Selangor. He served with Signal Battalion 2nd FMSVR - died in captivity on July 3, 1945 at Nong Hin,Thailand.
  189. Lt Colonel Francis Edgar Hugonin : Commanding Officer 3rd (Heavy) Anti Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery, Singapore WW2.
  190. Maj. General Frank Keith Simmons : Commanding the Singapore Fortress – Malaya WW2
  191. Lt. Colonel G. Mc. I.S. Bruce : Commanding Office Experimental Company Malay Regiment, 1933.
  192. Sub. Lt G. Riggs : Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve – members of “Operation Rimau” in Singapore , WW2. He was kill in action and his body was found after a long search in 1994.
  193. Lt. G.A. Brignall : Commanding Officer HMS Matahari – Malaya WW2
  194. Brig. G.C. Ballentine : C.O 4th Indian Infantry Brigade , Malaya , WW2. 
  195. Lt. G.D. Haggit : Malay Regiment ,KIA WW2
  196. Lt. G.D. Inns, RNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Rohda – Malaya WW2.
  197. Major G.E.C. Ash : 1st Battalion Malay Regiment, 1946.
  198. Commander G.E.W.W. Bayly : Commanding Officer HMS Tapah – Malaya WW2.
  199. Lt. G.F.D. Stephen : Malay Regiment, Killed in Action, Malaya WW2
  200. Brigadier G.G.R. William : Commanding the 1st Malaya Infantry Brigade – Malaya WW2.
  201. Maj.General G.H. Lee : Joint Operations Director Borneo after the confrontation.
  202. Lt Colonel G.H.D Woollcombe : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion, 2nd Gurkha Rifles, died at Indian Ocean on Feb.28, 1942.
  203. Flight Lt. G. Hitchcock : Royal Australian Air Force Pilot, Malaya Dec.7, 1941
  204. Lt Colonel G.L Hughes : Commanding officer 22nd Mountain Artillery Regiment, Royal Artillery, WW2.
  205. Lt. G.M. Christie, RNR : Commanding Officer HMS Ban Hong Liong – Malaya WW2.
  206. Captain G.M. Oliver : ADC to Sir Edward Gent.
  207. Lt.Col. G. Mc I.S. Bruce : Pegawai Memerintah Kompeni Percubaan Askar Melayu, 1932. 
  208. Major G.P. Richards : Commanding ‘B’ Company, 1st Battalion Malay Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  209. G.R. Tunner : Officer In Charge Police District, Kroh – Malayan Emergency.
  210. Major D.T. Denaro : Deputy Commander , 1st Battalion Malay Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  211. Brigadier G.W.A. Painter : Commanding the 12th Indian Infantry Brigade – Malaya WW2
  212. Lt.Gen. Sir Geoffrey Kemp Bourne : G.O.C. Malaya Command (1954-56).
  213. Vice Admiral Sir Geoffrey Layton : Assumed command of Eastern Fleet following the loss of Admiral Sir Tom Philips C-in-C after the sinking of HMS Prince of Wales at Kuantan, Dec 10, 1941.
  214. Lt Colonel George Alan Preston : Commanding Officer 3rd Battalion 17th Dogra Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  215. Brigadier George Cecil Ballentine : Commanding Officer 4th Indian Infantry Brigade –Malaya WW2.
  216. Lt Colonel George Edward Swinton : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion East Surrey Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  217. Lt Colonel George St. John Armitage Dyson : Commanding the 122nd (West Riding) Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, Malaya WW2.
  218. Vice Admiral Sir Gerald Fladstone : Commander in Chief Far Eastern Station, 1958.
  219. Gen. Sir Gerald Templer : High Commissioner of Malaya during Emergency.
  220. Maj. General Gordon Bennet : Commander of the Australian Imperial Forces – Malaya WW2.
  221. Lt Colonel Gordon Calthrop Thome : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion The Cambridgeshire Regiment, died at Indian Ocean while attempting to escape, WW2.
  222. 2nd Lt Graham Alexander Finlayson : Asst. Planter with Bkt. Rotan Estate, Selangor. He served with 3/16th Punjab Regiments - KIA on Feb.10, 1942 at Jurong, Singapore.
  223. Lt Colonel Gurbaksh Singh : Commanding Jind Infantry Battalion (Indian States Forces) at Singapore, WW2.
  224. Lt Colonel Guy Edward Ross Stewart Hartigan : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion 18th Royal Garhwal Rifles – Malaya WW2.
  225. Lt.Cmdr. H. Vickers : C.O. HMS Pelandok, melatih anggota Malay Navy sebelum Perang Dunia Kedua. 
  226. CSM H. Wraight : Quatermaster Sargeant, Experimental Company, Malay Regiment before war.
  227. H.B. Longworthy : Led the Malayan Civil Affairs Police Force after the war / Commissioner of Police (1942 – 48).
  228. Lt. Colonel H.B.D. Crozier : Commander Malay Regiment Depot.
  229. Brig. H.B. Taylor : C.O. 22nd Australian Infantry Brigade, Malaya , WW2. 
  230. Lt. H.C. Butcher, SSRNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Jerak – Malaya WW2.
  231. H.C. Syers : Built up a local Police Force in Kuala Lumpur , 1896 & first Police Commissioner Federated Malay States, 1896.
  232. Brigadier H.C. Willan : Deputy Chief Civil Affairs at Malaya after the war.
  233. Lt Colonel H.D St. G. Cardew : Commanding Officer 7th Coastal Regiment, Royal Artillery, Singapore WW2.
  234. Lt Colonel H.E Tyrell : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Bahawalpur Infantry (Indian State Forces), Malaya WW2.
  235. Captain H.E.H. Nicholls : Senior Officer Malayan Naval Forces, February 18, 1949.
  236. Sub. Lt. H.F. Biles : Divisional Officer Malay Navy at Colombo, WW2.
  237. Lt. H.G.G.G. Riches : Commanding Officer HMS Panglima – Malaya WW2.
  238. Lt Colonel H.H. Lily : Commanding Officer 1/5th Battalion Sherwood Foresters, Malaya WW2.
  239. Maj. Gen. Sir H.L. Pritchard : G.O.C Malaya Command (1929 – 1934).
  240. Lt H.N. Smyth, SSRNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Klias – Malaya WW2.
  241. Lt. H.N.D. Russell : Malay Regiment – killed in action during WW2.
  242. Maj. General H.R. Hones : Chief of Civil Affairs Officer Malaya & Singapore after war.
  243. Lt General H.W. Pownall : Commander in Chief Far East Command, Singapore on Dec.23, 1941.
  244. Captain H.R. Rix : Commanding ‘C’ Company, 1st Malay Regiment, Killed in Action at the Battle of Pasir Panjang at Opium Hill , Singapore, February 14, 1942.
  245. Lt. H.T. Rigden, RNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Trang – Malaya WW2.
  246. Private H.W. Leight : Malayan State Volunteer Reserve personnel who were killed while reassured members of the 5th Light Infantry Indian Army which rebelled in Singapore on 15 February 1915.
  247. Captain H.W.  Richardson, RNR : Commanding Officer HMS Kelantan – Malaya WW2.
  248. H.W. Strathairn : Officer in Charge of Police Circle (OCPC) at Pagoh, Muar during Malayan Emergency.
  249. Lt. Gen. Sir Harold Briggs : Director of Operations, Malayan Emergency. He developed the anti-terrorist strategy known as “The Briggs Plan”.
  250. Brigadier Harold Burfield Taylor : Commanding the 22nd Australian Brigade  - Malaya WW2.
  251. Private Harold George Lorn Richards : Planter Manager with Kemsey Estate, Kuala Selangor. He served with 2nd Battalion FMSVF and died in captivity on 23 March 1942 at Singapore.
  252. Lt Colonel Henry Arnold Fitt : Commanding Officer 18th Division Recce Corps (5th Battalion Loyal Regiment), Malaya WW2.
  253. Lt. Colonel Henry Dawson Moorehead : Commanding Officer 3rd Battalion 16th Punjab Regiment at Krohcol, Malaya WW2.
  254. Captain Henry Keppel, RN : Commanding Officer of  HMS Dildo attacking the Malays and the Iban during the reign of Brooke.
  255. Lt. Colonel Henry Sloane Larkin : Commanding Officer 6th Indian Infantry Brigade – Malaya WW2.
  256. Brigadier Herbert Cecil Duncan : Commanding the 45th Indian Brigade at the Battle of Muar, 1942 (Killed in action).
  257. Sister Hilda Hildyard : 2/10th Australian General Hospital, Malaya. POW at Banka Island, 1942.
  258. Lt.Commander Horace Vickers : Commanding Officer HMS Pelandok – Malaya WW2.
  259. Lt. Gen Sir Hugh Charles Stockwell : the first Honorary Colonel Malay Regiment – March 27, 1954.
  260. Private Hugh Herbert Park : Manager with Rothiemay Estate, K.Selangor. Served with Selangor Defence Corps during the war and died in captivity at Palembang ,Sumatera on 26 May 1942.
  261. L/Corporal Hugo Pace : Operation Rimau - attack on Japanese Shipping in Singapore Harbour, July 7, 1945.
  262. Brigadier I. Simson : Commanding Royal Engineer Brigade, Singapore WW2.
  263. I.D. MacDonald : Chief of the Johor Police – Malayan Emergency.
  264. Lt. Colonel I.H. Roper : Commanding Officer 7th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1959 – 1961.
  265. Lt. Colonel I.M. Stewart : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders – Malaya WW2.
  266. I.S. Wylie : Deputy Commissioner of Police during Malayan Emergency.
  267. Lt. Colonel I.W. Lloyd H. Jones : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment at Congo, 1962-63.
  268. Lt Colonel Ian C.G Lywood : Commanding Officer 6th Battalion Royal Norfolk Regiment, Singapore WW2.
  269. Matron Irene Drummond : Australian Army Nursing Services, Singapore WW2 – killed in the massacre at the Bangka Island, Sumatera.
  270. Lt. Colonel Ivan Lyon : Led the “Operation Rimau” mission to sink the Japanese ship in Singapore, led the successful Jaywick Operation, blowing up 7 Japanese ships in Singapore on September 1943. He was executed on July 7, 1945.
  271. Brigadier Ivan Simson : Chief Engineer, Malaya Command, WW2.
  272. Lt. J. Buchanan, RAN : Commanding Officer KD Sri Kelantan, Malaysian Confrantation.
  273. Lt Colonel J. Dean : Commanding 125th (Northumbrian) Anti Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery, Malaya WW2.
  274. Lt. J. Fant, RNR : Commanding Officer HMS Ping Wo – Malaya WW2.
  275. Lt. J. Rennie, RNR : Commanding Officer HMS Scott Harley – Malaya WW2.
  276. Lt. J. Robinson, RNR : Commanding Officer HMS Wo Kwang – Malaya WW2.
  277. Brig. General J. Ross : British Commander sent to Perak after the murder of JWW Birch at Pasir Salak in 1875.
  278. Maj. General J.A.R. Robertson : G.O.C. 17th Gurkha Division – Malayan Emergency.
  279. Sgt. J.B. Armstrong : Navigator BRISTOL BRIGAND RH 755 plane, died in a plane crash at Cenderoh Lake, Perak on May 3, 1952. 
  280. Brigadier J.B. Coates : Commanding the 55th British Infantry Brigade, Malaya WW2.
  281. Lt. Colonel J.B. Gilles : Commanding Officer 5th Royal Malay Regiment, 1956-59.
  282. Major J.B. Soper : Commanding the 21st Mountain Battery, Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Dec 8, 1941.
  283. Lt. John Colley Caiger : 1st Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, awarded Military Cross – Malayan Emergency, 1952.
  284. Captain J.C. Rodrigues : 2nd in command ‘C ‘ Squadron, 2nd Malayan Reconnaisance Regiment at Congo, 1962.
  285. Lt. John Duncan Griffith : 5th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, awarded Military Cross – Operations Sword, Malaya, 1954.
  286. Sub. Lt. J.F. Abbot : ADC to JWW Birch during his murder at Pasir Salak,Perak in November 1, 1875.
  287. Lt. Colonel J.G. Atkinson : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1952-55.
  288. Lt. J.H. Evans, RNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Jeram – Malaya WW2.
  289. Lt. Colonel J.H. Law : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Federation Regiment – Malayan Emergency.
  290. Lt. Colonel J.H. Mallard : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Malayan Reconnaisance Regiment at Congo, 1962.
  291. Major J.H.E. Bown : B Company, 5th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1951.
  292. Lt. Colonel J.J. Dickson : Commanding Officer 7th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1956-59.
  293. Lt. J.M. Brander SSRNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Sin Aik Lee – Malaya WW2.
  294. Lt. J.P. Upton, RNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Jerantut – Malaya WW2.
  295. Admiral J.P. von Braam : Commanding the Dutch Fleet attacking Selangor in 1784.
  296. Major J.R. Dinwiddie : Commanding 45th Field Company, Royal Bombay Sappers and Miners, Operation Krohcol, WW2.
  297. Lt. Colonel J.R.G. Andre : Officer of the Malay Regiment Experimental Company / Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Malay Regiment during WW2.
  298. Lt. Colonel J.R.I. Doyle : Commanding Officer 3rd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1954-57.
  299. Colonel J.T. Bretherton : Officer Malay Regiment Experimental Company & Malay Regiment HQ during WW2.
  300. Captain J.T. Horsburgh : Commanding the ‘A’ Company, 1st Battalion Malay Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  301. Colonel J.T. Leslie : Commandant FMSVF - Chairman of the Committee to prepare the Report for the cost to Establish the Malay Regiment.
  302. Lt. Commander J.W. Hoskins, MRNVR : Commanding Officer RMNVR Penang Branch, 1958.
  303. Lt. J.W. Morphett , SSRNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Malacca – Malaya WW2.
  304. Lt. Colonel Jack Fulton : Commanding Officer, 2nd Battalion , 1st Gurkha Rifles – Malaya WW2.
  305. Major Jack Alford : Commanding 100th Light Tank Squadron ,Malaya WW2.
  306. Lt.Col. Jack Fulton : C.O. 2nd Battalion 1st Gurkha Rifles, Malaya , WW2.
  307. Lt. Colonel Jack Galleghan : Commanding Officer 2/30th Australian Infantry Battalion – Malaya WW2.
  308. Colonel Jackson Smyth : Commanding Officer 39th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps – Malayan Emergency.
  309. Jacob Pieter van Braam : Commanding the Dutch Naval Ship during the attack by Raja Haji at Malacca on 18 June 1784.
  310. Lt Colonel James Albert Lewis : Commanding Officer 7th Battalion 6th Rajputana Rifles, Battle of Muar, WW2.
  311. Sgt. James Blacklack Armstrong : Crew of British Bomber Bristol Brigand RH775 – died in a plane crash at Perak in May, 1952.
  312. James Cargegy : the first Penang Chief of Police in March 25, 1807, the pioneer of today Royal Malaysian Police.
  313. Gen. Dato’ Sir James Casels : Director of Military Operations in Malaya.
  314. James Clawell : British Royal Artillery , wounded in action at Malaya, 1941. Later author of “Shogun”.
  315. Lt Colonel James Dow Sainter : Commanding Officer 6th Battalion 1st Punjab Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  316. Lt Colonel James H.C. Woolridge : Commanding Officer 5th Battalion 18th Royal Garhwal Rifles, Battle of Muar, WW2.
  317. Lt. Colonel James Fitzpatrick : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion, 14th Punjab Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  318. Lt. Colonel James Frith : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion, 10th Baluch Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  319. Lt Colonel James Oliphant Mackellar : Commanding Officer 4th Battalion FMSVF (Pahang), Malaya WW2.
  320. Lt Colonel James Robertson : Commanding Officer 2/29th Australian Infantry Battalion, Malaya WW2.
  321. Sister Jean Keers Pemberton : 2/10th Australian General Hospital at Malaya. POW at Banka Island,, 1942.
  322. Sister Jessie Simmon - Australian Army Nurse at Malaya - survivor of POW Camp at Banka Island, Sumatera, WW2.
  323. Lt Colonel John Bassett : Commanding Officer 35th (Light) Anti Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery, Singapore WW2.
  324. Captain John C. Leach, RN : Commanding Officer HMS Prince of Wales – killed and sunk at coast of Kuantan, Pahang on Dec. 10, 1941.
  325. 13179 Corporal John Charles Smith : Asst. Planter with Elmina Estate, Sg Buloh, Selangor. Served with 2nd Battalion FMSVF - died in captivity on 6 Aug. 1944 at Burma.
  326. Lt. Colonel John Dalley : Dalforce – Malaya WW2.
  327. Captain John Davis : together with Lim Bo Seng setup the Sino-British Guerilla Group Force 136, 1942.
  328. General Sir John Fowler : G.O.C Malaya Command, agreed with the formation of the Malay Regiment before the war.
  329. Lt Colonel John Griffeth Frith : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion 10th Baluch Regiment at Malaya WW2.
  330. Lt Colonel John Henry Devereaux Parkin : Commanding Officer 5th Battalion 11th Sikh Regiment, Malaya WW2.            
  331. Captain John Lancaster, RAN : Commanding Officer KD Mahamiru in the 60’s.
  332. Captain John Onslow Graham : 1/8th Punjab Regiment, killed in action at Battle of Kampar . 1941/42.
  333. Lt Colonel John Oswald Jack Fulton : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion 1st Gurkha Rifles, Malaya WW2.
  334. Dato’ John Ritchie : Police Commissioner, Sarawak 1969.
  335. Lt Colonel John Rowley Williamson : Commanding 1st (Heavy) Anti Aircraft Regiment, Indian Artillery, Singapore WW2.
  336. Lt. John Siweyn Watts : Pilot B-24 Liberator – died in plane crash at Kuala Klawang, N.Sembilan during WW2.
  337. Lt Colonel John Whittaker Williams : Commanding Officer 4th Battalion 9th Jat Regiment, Battle of Muar, WW2.
  338. Lt. Colonel Julian Gerald Barnes De Wilton : Commanding Officer 3rd Cavalry , Malaya WW2.
  339. Brig.K.A. Garrett : C.O. 15th Indian Infantry Brigade, Malaya, WW2. 
  340. Captain K.G. Exham : Adjutant Malay Regiment Experimental Company , Dec. 1, 1932.
  341. Lt Colonel K.H. Preston : Commanding Officer 1st Battaliion Mysore Infantry (Indian States Forces) , Malaya WW2.
  342. K.J.N. Duthie : Director of Criminal Investigation Department, Malaya 1948.
  343. Lt. Colonel K.P. Molyneux Carter : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1955-58.
  344. Sub. Lt. K.R. Tohmie, RN : Supply Officer SSRNVR, Singapore , 1938.
  345. Lt. Colonel K.S. Hayes Palmer : Commander of Royal Malay Regiment after war, 1945.
  346. Sister Kathleen Kinsella : 2/4th Casualty Clearing Station at Malaya, drowned, 1942 at Banka Island. 
  347. Private Keith Botterill : 2/19th Australian Field Regiment – one of the six survivors of the Sandakan Death March, 1945.
  348. Brigadier Kenneth Alfred Garrett : Commanding the 15th Indian Infantry Brigade – Malaya WW2.
  349. Major Kenneth William Nevines : 1st Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – awarded Military Cross, Malayan Emergency, 1956.
  350. Lt. L.C. Jago, SSRNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Pengawal – Malaya WW2.
  351. Captain L.C. Matthew : 8th Australian Division Signal – Prisoner of War at Sandakan, awarded Military Cross for outstanding conduct during operations in Malaya.
  352. Captain L.D. Gammans : British officer assigned to observe the Malay opposition to the Malayan Union, 1946.
  353. Captain L.H. Bell, RN : Captain in Fleet onboard HMS Repulse, sunk at the coast of Kuantan, Pahang on Dec.10, 1941.
  354. Lt. General L.J. Morshead : G.O.C 1st Australian Corps – proclaimed British Military Administration  and Martial Law at Labuan after the war.
  355. Commander L.W Johnson, RN : the first Commanding Officer Straits Settlement Naval Volunteer Reserve in April 27, 1934 at Singapore.
  356. Lt Colonel Lechmere C. Thomas : Commanding Officer 9th Battalion Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (Machine Gun Battalion) , Malaya WW2.
  357. Flight Lt. Leighton – Jones : Royal Australian Air Force pilot – Kota Bharu, Kelantan Dec.8, 1941.
  358. Captain Leslie Jole : Commanding the ‘Y’ Troop, 42 Commando (British)  – Malayan Emergency.
  359. General Leslie Morshead : Commanding Australian I Corps, North Borneo, WW2.
  360. Lt Colonel Leslie Vernon James Fitzpatrick : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion 14th Punjab Regiment , Malaya WW2.
  361. Lt. General Sir Lewis Heath : Commanding Officer, 3rd Indian Corps – Malaya WW2.
  362. Lt. Gen Sir Lionel Vivian Bond : G.O.C Malaya Command (1939-1941).
  363. Lord Louis Mountbatten : Supreme Allied Commander in Southeast Asia, WW2. 
  364. Lt Colonel Louis Sobaux Ingle : Commanding Officer 6th Battalion, 14th Punjab Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  365. Captain M. Johnstone : Commanding Officer 2nd Troop Royal Australian Engineers, Malayan Emergency, 1957-59.
  366. Lt Colonel M.C. Russell : Officer in Charge and overall British Military Authority at Kuching, 1943.
  367. Major M.E.B. Portal : Commander of the Malay Regiment Depot before WWII.
  368. Lt Colonel M.J. Anketell : Commanding Officer 2/4th Machine Gun Battalion, Malaya WW2.
  369. Lt. Colonel M.M. Darlington : Commanding Officer 6th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1955-58.
  370. Lt. Colonel MacKie – Dick : Commanding Officer 34th Company, British Medical Hospital at Kinrara, Selangor – Malayan Emergency .
  371. Lt. Col. Mahmood Khan Durrani - 1st Bahawalpur Infantry, Indian State Forces. Served in Malaya during WW2, awarded the George Cross for his heroism. 
  372. Sister Margaret Anderson : Australian Army Nurse, Awarded George Medal – Malaya WW2.
  373. Sgt. Malcolm Veville : Pilot of 453 Squadron Royal Australian Airforce – sacrificed himself by ramming  his Buffalo into a Nakajima Ki-43 Oscar of 64th Sentai over Kuala Lumpur, WW2.
  374. Sister Margaret Anderson : Australian Army Nurse at Malaya, WW2. Awarded George Medal for bravery.
  375. Matelieff de Jonge – Led the Dutch Fleet attack on Malacca in 1606.
  376. Sister Mavis Hannah : 2/4th Casualty Cleaning Station, Australian Army Nursing Services at Singapore, WW2. Survived the war as Prisoner of War in Sumatera.
  377. Lt.Colonel Mc I.S. Bruce : first Commanding Officer,1st Battalion Malay Regiment.
  378. Maj General Merton Beckwith-Smith : Commander of 18th (East Anglian) Infantry Division, Malaya WW2.
  379. Mike Calvert : British SAS Commando – succeeded in creating the Malayan Scout (SAS) during Malayan Emergency.
  380. Lt. Gen Miles Dempsey : Establish the HQ Malaya Command.
  381. Sister Mollie Gunton : 2/10th Australian General Hospital, Malaya - POW Banka Island, WW2.
  382. Sister Mona Margaret Wilton : 13th Australian General Hospital at Malaya. POW at Banka Island until the end of WW2. 
  383. Lt. Colonel Mordaunt Elrington : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion Loyal Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  384. Private N. Dykes : 12th Platoon, D Company, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment – KIA at Ulu Paloh Estate, 1951.
  385. Colonel N.A. Gutsell : A planter killed in an ambush by the CT’s at Seremban in February 10, 1949.
  386. General Sir Neil Malcolm : G.O.C Malaya Command – agreed with the establishment of the Malay Regiment before the war.
  387. Private Nelson Short : 2/18th Australian Field Regiment – one of the six survivors of the Sandakan Death March, 1945.
  388. Captain Nesta James : Deputy Matron 2/10th Australian General Hospital at Malaya. POW at Banka Island, WW2.
  389. Lt. O.G. Jones, RNR : Commanding Officer HMS Hua Tong – Malaya WW2.
  390. Lt. Colonel O.G.W White : first Commanding Officer, 6th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment.
  391. Matron Olive Paschke : 2/10th Australian General Hospital, drowned , 1942 at Banka Island. 
  392. Major Oswald James Mirylees : 3rd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – Malayan Emergency. Awarded Military Cross.
  393. Lt. General O.L. Roberts : G.O.C British Force, Malaya
  394. Flight Lt. O.N. Diamond : No. 1 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force, Kota Bharu, Kelantan , Dec 7,1941.
  395. Lt. O.R.T Henman, SSRNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Shun An – Malaya WW2.
  396. Gunner Owen Campbell : 2/10th Australian Field Regiment – escaped from the second Ranau Death March, June 1945.
  397. Sister P. Farmener : 2/4 Casualty Clearing Station, Malaya WW2 - murdered at Banka Island, 1942. 
  398. Lt. P.B. Bruce : Commanding Officer HMS Medusa – Malaya WW2.
  399. Air Vice Marshall P.C. Maltby : Took over command of Far East Air Force (RAF) from Air Vice Marshall CWH Pulford in Feb 1942.
  400. Captain P.H. Bolton : B Company, 3rd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1955.
  401. P.H.D. Jackson : Chief Police Officer Johore – Malayan Emergency
  402. 2nd Lt. P.H. Philcox : 1st Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, awarded Military Cross – Kongkoi, N.Sembilan , 1951.
  403. P.J. Beg Bie : British troops involved in Nanings War, 1832 – wrote book about Naning War, title  "The Malayan Peninsula".
  404. Captain P.N. Gerrard : Malayan State Volunteer Reserve officer who was killed while on duty to reassured members of the 5th Light Infantry Indian Army which rebelled in Singapore on 15 February 1915.
  405. Lt. P.R.S.O Spicer : Commanding Officer HMS Chengteh – Malaya WW2.
  406. Captain Patrick Stanley Vaughan Heenan : British Intelligence Officer who provide intelligence & assistance to Japanese Forces, Malayan Campaign, 1941/42. 
  407. Lt. Penrod V. Dean : 2/4th Machine Gun Battalion, Reformatory Road, Singapore, Feb. 1942.
  408. Peter Bryceson : Company Commander 1st Battalion Cameronians – Malayan Emergency.
  409. Lt. Colonel Peter Dobree : Commander of Force 136 – Malaya WW2.
  410. Sub. Lt. Philip Dorian Cork : Commanding Officer HMS Pahlawan – Malaya WW2.
  411. Lt Colonel Philip John Denton Toosey : Commanding Officer 135th (Hertfordshire Yeomanry) Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, Malaya WW2.
  412. 2nd Lt. Philip Paxton-Harding : Manager of Selangor River Estate - served with the 5/14th Punjab Regiments and KIA on 13 Feb.1942 at Singapore.
  413. Major R. Brenchley : Commanding Officer 8th Field Dressing Station, Royal Army Medical Corps, Malayan Emergency.
  414. Lt. Commander R.A. Lee, MRNVR : Commanding Officer RMNVR Kuala Lumpur Branch, 1958.
  415. Captain R.A. Monks : Commander ‘B’ Company, 2nd Battalion Malay Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  416. Lt. Colonel R.A. Tinker : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion The Fiji Infantry Regiment – Malayan Emergency.
  417. Major R.B. Prince : Asst. Commanding Officer 4th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1953.
  418. Lt. Reginald Bryan Rusby : 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – awarded Military Cross, Malayan Emergency, 1953.
  419. Captain R.B. Tarleton : D Company, 5th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – KIA at Benta, Pahang, 1951.
  420. Captain R.E. Borton, RNR : Commanding Officer HMS Vyner Brooke – Malaya WW2.
  421. Colonel R.G. Grimwood : Commanding Officer Straits Settlements Volunteer Force Brigade – Malaya WW2.
  422. Brigadier R.G. Moir : Commanding the Line of Communication Brigade – Malaya WW2.
  423. Lt. Colonel R.G.C Taylor : Commanding Officer 3rd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1959-60.
  424. Lt. Colonel R.H.C. Bryers : Commanding Officer 5th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1954-56.
  425. Lt. R.J. Draycott : Commanding Officer HMS Pengail – Malaya WW2.
  426. Lt Colonel R.M.M More : Commanding Officer 2nd Anti Aircraft Regiment, Hong Kong & Singapore Royal Artillery, Singapore WW2.
  427. Lt. Colonel R.O. Iliffe : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  428. Captain R.R.C Carter : Commanding Bren Gun Carrier Platoon, First Battalion of the Malay Regiment, 1942.
  429. General R.T. Ransome : Commander in Chief Far East Land Force (FARELF) at Singapore, 1948.
  430. Lt. R.W. Heale, SSRNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Tien Kwang – Malaya WW2.
  431. Ray Dancey – Officer in Charge of Bukit Kepong Police Station, 1950. He was away during the attack by the Communist Terrorist on Feb.25, 1950.
  432. Captain Richard Broome : Force 136, Malaya WW2.
  433. Bombadier Richard Dick Braithwaite : 2/15th Australian Field Regiment , escaped from the second Sandakan Death March, June 1945.
  434. Lt. Colonel Richard Gilbert Lees : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion Gordon Highlanders, Malaya WW2.
  435. Air Chief Marshall Sir Robert Brooke-Popham : Commander in Chief Far East – Malaya WW2.
  436. Maj. General Sir Robert Elliot Urquhart : G.O.C Malaya Command, 1950 – 52).
  437. Lt. Gen. Dato’ Sir Rodney Moore : Chief of Armed Forces, Federated Malayan Forces.
  438. Lt. Colonel Robert Herbert Bower : G.O. C Malaya Command (1956-57).
  439. Lt. Colonel Roger Nixon : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion Malayan Reconnaissance Regiment at Congo.
  440. Lt Colonel Ronald Charles Sidney Bates : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion, 8th Punjab Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  441. Lt. Rowan Waddy : Australian Commando – incharge for delivering food supplies to friendly islander at North Borneo – WW2.
  442. Flight Lt. Russell Bell – Royal Australian Air Force pilot, Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Dec. 8. 1941.
  443. Lt. Colonel S. Griffith : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1950-51.
  444. Lt. Commander S.G. Campbell : Commanding Officer of HMS Dartington - surrendered the Official document to the Royal Malaysian Navy on 4 September 1966, Commonwealth Naval forces will no longer patrol the waters off Sabah & Sarawak.
  445. Lt. Colonel S.G. Dickson : Commanding Officer 5th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1952-54.
  446. Lt. S.J. Law : Malay Regiment – KIA WW2 at Malaya.
  447. Lt. Colonel S.J. Linden Kelly : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, 1952-54.
  448. Act/Lt. S.K. Rayner, SSRNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Giang Bee – Malaya WW2.
  449. Lt Colonel S.W. Harris : Commanding 148th (Bedfordshire Yeomanry) Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, Malaya WW2.
  450. Major Sheppard Percy Fearon : Commanding 1st Independent Company, Malaya WW2.
  451. Lt Colonel Sidney Clermont Scott : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion 17th Dogra Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  452. Colonel Spencer Chapman : Force 136 – Malaya WW2. Author of the Book “The Jungle is Neutral”, 1948. (Frederick Spencer Chapman)
  453. Steve Harper : Inspector of Police, Selangor - Steve Harper Memorial Fund started in 1898 to purchase books for needy Victoria Institution pupils.
  454. Lt Colonel Sylvain Claude D’Aubuz : Commanding the 88th (2nd West Lancanshire) Field Regiment, Royal Artillery – Malaya WW2.
  455. Lt Colonel T. Conway : Commanding Officer 16th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps – Malayan Emergency.
  456. Captain T. Sutherland, RNR : Commanding Officer HMS Pangkor – Malaya WW2.
  457. Brigadier T.C. Eastick : Commander 9th Australian Army Division – liberated the Japanese POWs camp at Batu Lintang, Kuching ,North Borneo on Sept 11, 1945.
  458. T.F. Niget : Johor State of Police, 1950.
  459. Major T.T. Johnson : 2/6th Field Park Company at Kuching, Sarawak WW2.
  460. Colonel T.W.R. Hill : Commanding Officer 26th Field Regiment, Royal Artillery – Malayan Emergency.
  461. Major Taylor Thomas : Commanding Officer 12th Infantry Workshop, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Malayan Emergency.
  462. Maj. General Theodore Fraser : G.O.C. Malaya Command, 1925.
  463. 147 Private Thomas Abraham Curran Sharpe : Planter Manager, Rasa Muda Estate at Kuala Selangor - served with Selangor Defence Corps. during WW2 - died on Feb.4, 1945 at Sumatera.
  464. Admiral Thomas Cockrane : Commander of the British Navy who helped James Brooke to stormed the fort of Sharif Osman in Teluk Marudu, Sarawak in 1845.
  465. Lt Colonel Thomas Henry Newey : Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Straits Settlement Volunteer Force, Singapore, WW2.
  466. Admiral Sir Thomas Spencer Vaughan Phillips, RN : Commander of 'Z' Force, Malaya WW2 - went down with his flagship HMS Prince of Wales at Kuantan on Dec.10, 1941.
  467. Lt. Thomas Wilkinson : Commanding Officer HMS Li Wo, Malaya WW2 - awarded Victoria Cross, 1942. 
  468. Brigadier Tristram Hugh Massy-Beresford : Commanding the 55th Infantry Brigade, Malaya WW2.
  469. Commander V.E. Ward, RNVR : Commanding Officer Straits Settlement Naval Volunteer Reserves, Singapore 1938.
  470. Valentine Kimberly : Lead the first mission of the British Special Operation Executive (SOE) in Singapore, WW2.
  471. Lt Colonel Van Reenan : Commanding Officer 19th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, Malayan Emergency.
  472. Sister Veronica Torney : Australian Army Nurse Services, awarded Member of the British Empire (MBE) – Malaya WW2.
  473. Sister Vivien Bullwinkel : Australian Army Nurse Services, the only Nurse who survive the Japanese massacre at Pulau Bangka, Sumatera, WW2.
  474. Captain Von Driberg – The first commander of the Malay Regiment, 1800.
  475. Von Muller – Captain of the German Commerce Raider “Emden” who attack British ship at Penang Port during World War 1.
  476. W. Poundall  : OCPD of Sg. Siput, Perak during Malayan Emergency.
  477. Sister W. Raymont : 2/4 Casualty Clearing Station, Malaya WW2 - died as POW , 1945. 
  478. Sgt W. Rich : Machine Gun Instructor, Experimental Company, Malay Regiment before war.
  479. Major W. Richardson : A Company, 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  480. Major W. Stubbs : Led the Malayan Contigent to the Victory Parade, London, June 8, 1946.
  481. Lt. W.A. Busby, RNR : Commanding Officer HMS Bulan – Malaya WW2.
  482. Brigadier W.A. Trott : Commander of the 8th Indian Infantry Brigade – Malaya WW2.
  483. Lt Colonel W.C.C. Adams : North Borneo Constabulary during World War 2.
  484. Captain W.G. Tenant, RN : Commanding Officer HMS Repulse – sunk by the Japanese at the coast of Kuantan, Pahang on Dec 10, 1941.
  485. Brigadier W.G. Wildey : Commanding the Artillery Brigade in Malaya, WW2.
  486. Maj. General W.G.S. Dobbie : G.O.C. Malaya Command, 1937.
  487. Major W.H. Chapman : Commanding Officer 443 BAD Royal Army Ordnance Corps – Malayan Emergency.
  488. Lt. Colonel W.H. Whyte : Commanding the Penang & Wellesley Volunteer Corps, 1924.
  489. Captain W.J. Dovers, RAN : Chief of Naval Staff, Royal Malayan Navy (1960 – 62).
  490. W.J. King : Signal Officer of Kedah Contigent  - Malayan Emergency.
  491. W.L.R. Carbonell : Malayan Police Commissioner, 1953-58.
  492. W.N. Gray : Malayan Police Commissioner, 1948-52.
  493. Brig.W.O. Lay : C.O. 6th Indian Infantry Brigade, Malaya, WW2. 
  494. 2nd Lt. W.O. Morris : 12th Platoon, D Company, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment – KIA at Ulu Paloh Estate, 1951.
  495. Lt. Colonel W.O. Walton : the first Commanding Officer 3rd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment.
  496. Brig. W.R. Selby : C.O. 28th Indian Infantry Brigade, Malaya, WW2. 
  497. Sgt. W.R.J. Stanger : Royal Malay Regiment, 1936.
  498. Brigadier W. St. J. Carpendale : Commanding Officer 28th (Gurkha) Infantry Brigade – Malaya WW2.
  499. Lt. W.W. Quirke, SSRNVR : Commanding Officer HMS Gemas – Malaya WW2.
  500. Lt. Colonel W.Y.K Bliar Oliphant : Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment , 1947 – 1950.
  501. Major Wally Hammond : Commanding Officer 221 BVD Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Malayan Emergency.
  502. Wijb An Wijck Mei : Dutch East India Company – visit Johore in 1604.
  503. Kapitanleutnant Wilhelm Dommes : Commanding the German Submarine U-178 at Penang Port, 1943.
  504. L/ Bombadier William Bill Maxham : 2/15th Australian Field Regiment – he was on the first Sandakan Death March and escaped at Ranau in July 1945.
  505. William Breretan : Commander of British Forces attacked by Rentap in Skrang, Sarawak in 1853.
  506. Lt Colonel William E.S. Napier : Commanding Officer 80th Anti Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery, Malaya WW2.
  507. Sir William Jenkins : Chief of Intelligence – Police Special Branch.
  508. Brigadier William Oswald Lay : Commander of 6th Indian Infantry Brigade - Malaya WW2.
  509. Brigadier William Ray Selby : Commanding the 28th Indian Infantry Brigade, Malaya WW2.
  510. 13355 Private William Treza Rowe : Planter Manager with Bkt. Ijok Estate, Selangor. Served with 2nd Battalion FMSVF. KIA during air attack on Feb.7, 1942 at Singapore.
  511. Lt Colonel Willis Southern : Commanding Officer 7th Battalion, 8th Punjab Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  512. Sister Wilma Elizabeth Forster Young : Australian Army Nurse,Malaya WW2. Evacuated Singapore in 1942 onboard HMS Vyner Brooke. Held as POW at Banka Island. 
  513. Lt. Colonel Wilson Haffenden : Commanding 4th Battalion, 19th Hyderabad Regiment – Malaya WW2.
  514. Zia Ul Haq : Served with British troops in Burma, Malaya and Indonesia during WW2, later President of Pakistan 1978 – 1988.