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Facts and Reflections By A Subaltern of the Indian Army
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The trials and tribulations of a young gentleman who acquires a cadetship or commission in an Infantry Regiment of the East India Company in the mid 1800s. Written as a warning to others to avoid... More > sending their youngest sons to the Asian Continent it describes the hardships involved - not least his inability to maintain a housefull of servants on a Subalterns pay and the unliklihood of forming a relationship with any of the fairer sex while they have better prospects available. This epub has been CAREFULLY edited and formatted unlike some other offerings in the marketplace.< 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not correct , as although Indian Army did play a major role in Battle of Ypres, it was down by 1915 and was completely withdrawn as far as the...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
Indian Tales By Patrick O'Meara
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“Indian Tales” is a fascinating account of a British-Colonial military family who lived in India during the days of the British Empire and ended in 1947 at the time of Indian... More > Independence. It has all the elements of an historical novel – adventures, human relationships, tragedy, with a pleasant mixture of humorous anecdotes. The use of first-person narrative, in this case, is very effective, since it traces the life of a young lad growing up in India. The writing is polished and the use of anecdotes is a way of propelling the narrative.< Less
“The Walking Stick” Method of Self Defence By An Officer of the Indian Police
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Written in the early 1920's by the Superintendent of Police in India, H.G. Lang, this book covers very simple to learn, yet highly effective techniques of self defense with the walking stick. These... More > techniques are designed to be easily learned and mastered within days! Practical self-defense for ordinary citizens. Covers an entire range of defensive and offensive skills including guards, strikes, combinations, counterattacks, feints & tricks, double-handed techniques and training drills. A must for the library of any stickfighter!< Less
Armies of the Macedonian and Punic Wars By Duncan Head
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“Armies of the Macedonian and Punic Wars” is an important member of the WRG Ltd “Armies and Enemies” series. First published in 1983, it has long been out-of-print and we are... More > delighted to make it available once more. It includes details of Persian, Greek, Boiotian, Spartan, Athenian, Phokian, Aitolian, Achaian, Tarantine, Syracusan, Macedonian, Thessalian, Successor, Antigonid, Epeirot, Ptolemaic, Kyrenean, Seleucid, Pergamene, Bactrian and Indian Greek, Maccabean, Thracian, Bithynian, Illyrian, Scythian, Bosporan, Sarmatian, Saka, Parthian, Indian, Carthaginian, Numidian, Spanish, Celtic, Galatian, Roman, Latin, Samnite, Campanian, Lucanian, Bruttian, Apulian and Etruscan armies.< Less
Armies of the Macedonian and Punic Wars By Duncan Head
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“Armies of the Macedonian and Punic Wars” is an important member of the WRG Ltd “Armies and Enemies” series. First published in 1983, it has long been out-of-print and we are... More > delighted to make it available once more. It includes details of Persian, Greek, Boiotian, Spartan, Athenian, Phokian, Aitolian, Achaian, Tarantine, Syracusan, Macedonian, Thessalian, Successor, Antigonid, Epeirot, Ptolemaic, Kyrenean, Seleucid, Pergamene, Bactrian and Indian Greek, Maccabean, Thracian, Bithynian, Illyrian, Scythian, Bosporan, Sarmatian, Saka, Parthian, Indian, Carthaginian, Numidian, Spanish, Celtic, Galatian, Roman, Latin, Samnite, Campanian, Lucanian, Bruttian, Apulian and Etruscan armies.< Less
make , Indian economic condition worst , then Zimbabwe , salaries of killer Indian police , Indian army, Civil servants ,MP,MLA, PMO =www.pmindia.nic.in , JIC,IB,MI RAW and Indian human dogs ,for salaries per months , Indian governmen By Ruhel Chisty MRACI CChem A
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make , Indian economic condition worst , then Zimbabwe , salaries of killer Indian police , Indian army, Civil servants ,MP,MLA, PMO =www.pmindia.nic.in , JIC,IB,MI RAW and Indian... More > human dogs ,for salaries per months , Indian government must beg for $$, to international community to pay salaries , by forcing it =Billions Hindu to accept , its done high profile crime against me =torture , abuse, , , from past 1990 to till now 14-05-2013 =past 24 years , by use of JIC,IB,MI RAW , ISRO =www.isro.gov.in , satellites ,. =Indian government paid terrorists , Indian human dogs, after get beg from International community , must create INDIA economic Condition of 1961, 1970,. 1977 1990 !!?? even worst then that, then only Indian politician , Its billions Hindu voters con killer dogs, will accept there done crime against =torture, abuse me from past 24 years, continuous,.< Less
Indian Government , distributing Empty Talks of Nuke Attack possible , in Indian army captured Kashmir based each homes, each people, , As Now a days UNSC President ,Chairmanship is with Pakistan , for Month January 2013 By Ruhel Chisty MRACI CChem A
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Indian Government , distributing Empty Talks of Nuke Attack possible , in Indian army captured Kashmir based each homes, each people, , As Now a days UNSC President... More > ,Chairmanship is with Pakistan , for Month January 2013 , and Pakistan government and there Ambassador to UN did one remarkable and good work to strongly put the Kashmir freedom , rights issue in UNSC Portal as UNSC Chairman ,< Less
The Colored Regulars In The United States Army By Theophilus Steward
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On the American frontier, African American units of the U.S. Army - nicknamed "Buffalo Soldiers" by their Indian opponents - were renowned for their fortitude, courage, and ability to... More > handle difficult assignments. Despite such respect in the military, by the end of the nineteenth century Black civilians were still being subjected to Jim Crow laws, lynchings, and continuous discrimination. At this same time newspapers were reporting glowing accounts of the heroism of four Black regiments during the Spanish-American War. In an effort to bolster Black pride and stem the increasing racism of the age, Dr. T. G. Steward (1843-1924), chaplain of the U.S. Army's Twenty-fifth Infantry, requested and received permission from the army to publish this fascinating account of the Black soldier's military service in Cuba. After summarizing the African American contribution to all of the wars and conflicts leading up to the Spanish-American War, Steward concentrates on the war in Cuba.< Less
The Colored Regulars In The United States Army By Theophilus Steward
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On the American frontier, African American units of the U.S. Army - nicknamed "Buffalo Soldiers" by their Indian opponents - were renowned for their fortitude, courage, and ability to... More > handle difficult assignments. Despite such respect in the military, by the end of the nineteenth century Black civilians were still being subjected to Jim Crow laws, lynchings, and continuous discrimination. At this same time newspapers were reporting glowing accounts of the heroism of four Black regiments during the Spanish-American War. In an effort to bolster Black pride and stem the increasing racism of the age, Dr. T. G. Steward (1843-1924), chaplain of the U.S. Army's Twenty-fifth Infantry, requested and received permission from the army to publish this fascinating account of the Black soldier's military service in Cuba. After summarizing the African American contribution to all of the wars and conflicts leading up to the Spanish-American War, Steward concentrates on the war in Cuba.< Less

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