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Bolan Pass By Agha Humayun Amin
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A pictorial record of a journey through Bolan Pass in August 2010
Pakistan Army till 1965 By Agha Humayun Amin
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Pakistan Army History from its initial creation by English East India Company in 1757 to 1965 War.Examines historical origins,British colonial legacy,Impact of its British colonial wars , its... More > creation in 1947 , conduct of 1965 war.< Less
Handling of Tanks in Indo Pak Wars By Agha Humayun Amin
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Handling of Tanks in India Pakistan Wars
Taliban War in Afghanistan By Agha Humayun Amin
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Taliban War in Afghanistan
Journal of Book Reviews- Pakistan Army analysed - Crossed Swords-Book Review By Agha Humayun Amin
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This is a very interesting book published in 2008 . The writer being brother of a Pakistan Army chief was provided considerable access to all archival material . On page-3 the author starts with... More > making some erroneous claims as below :-- Till 1885 the army of British India was not Punjabi majority but the writer makes a sweeping claim. Pathan recruitment did not occur at a later stage in British rule but right from the time the English East India Company defeated the Sikhs in 1845-46. On page-8 the author dabbles in British Indian military history but makes factually inaccurate statements like as below :-- He mentions Bengal and Madras Army but forgets Bombay Army which was also there. On page 9 army headquarters at Meerut was actually divisional headquarter of English East India Companys “Meerut Division”. The author states on page 10 , that some soldiers Sikhs and Gurkhas more prominent but< Less
THE BRITISH FIASCO IN NORWAY-JOURNAL OF BOOK REVIEWS By Agha Humayun Amin
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This is a very interesting re-examination of the British campaign in Norway. The writer is a retired British three star general. I lost faith in this writers neutrality and intellectual honesty... More > immediately after I read the paragraphs quoted above. Straightaway I recollected famous historian Edward Gibbons comment that you could more wisdom in coach drivers of England rather than at Cambridge or Oxford universities- since this book was a Cambridge history ! Lo and behold on page viii Churchills apologist, our so called illustrious author has the audacity to quote the principal architect of British failure< Less
Atlas of Changez Khans History and Wars By Agha Humayun Amin
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Military maps dealing with campaigns of Temujin.detailed graphic account of campaigns of Changez Khan.
ENGLISH EAST INDIA COMPANYS FIRST WAR WITH MARATHAS- AN ATLAS By Agha Humayun Amin
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atlas of first anglo Maratha war-first detailed graphic depiction of this war.
NASEEM ZEHRAS TOO LATE AFTER THE EVENT KARGIL BOOK ANALYSED By Agha Humayun Amin
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My first issue with this book that analysis delayed is analysis pointless and Naseem Zehra is guilty of publishing this analysis some 20 years late. Before that she was in good books of many culprits... More > of Kargil who naturally 20 years< Less
SWEAPING JUDGEMENTS ON INDIAN ARMY IN TWO WORLD WARS By Agha Humayun Amin
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Kaushik Roys assertions on page-1 about France are not correct , as although Indian Army did play a major role in Battle of Ypres, it was down by 1915 and was completely withdrawn as far as the... More > infantry was concerned in 1915 as it could not sustain the heavy losses in France and Flanders. Kaushik Roy has excessive tendency of delivering Solomons judgements like in his introduction he inflates Indian Armys role in North Africa.Whereas in North Africa British had overwhelming superiority in tanks and the Germans never had any chance of winning the war in this theatre:-- Why Kaushik Roy has to exaggerate and make inflated statements is hard to understand as on page-10 of his introduction to the essays. On page 12 Kaushik Roys claim that there have been few studies of British Indian Armys frontier operations is hilarious , since frontier warfare has been studied and analysed excessively :-- How Kaushik Roy can use descriptions like “few studies” is strange. On page 17 Kaushik Roy makes more< Less

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