Approach to battle: training the Indian Army during the Second World War

Jeffreys, Alan

₹ 1195.00

The Indian Army was the largest volunteer army during the Second World War. Indian Army divisions fought in the Middle East, North and East Africa, Italy--and went to make up the overwhelming majority of the troops in South East Asia. This monograph is a modern historical interpretation of the Indian Army as a holistic organisation during the Second World War. It will look at training in India--charting how the Indian Army developed a more comprehensive training structure than any other Commonwealth country.

ISBN 13: 9789352906277

ISBN 10: 9352906276

Year: 2019

Language: ENGLISH

Pages etc.: xxv+249p., (6)maps, bib., ind., 25cm.

Binding: Hardbound

Subject(s): History, Defence and Military Studies

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