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Himalayan Blunder

Himalayan Blunder Author by : J. P. Dalvi
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2010-01-01
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ISBN : 8181581458
File Size : 51,6 Mb
Total Download : 857

The Indian military setback against the Chinese attack in 1962 was high time for an honest soul-searching. Quite a few books written by Army officers have tried to tell their version of the untold story. Brig. Dalvi's account of the Sino-Indian War is by far the most remarkable and authentic. He was present in the theatre of war throughout, commanded a brigade and was held captive by the Chinese for seven months. In discussing the day-to-day events from 8 September to 20 October 1962 the author graphically tells the truth which only an actual participant could experience and know. The backgrou
Category: Sino-Indian Border Dispute, 1957-

Himalayan Blunder

Himalayan Blunder Author by : J. P. Dalvi
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 1997
Publisher by :
ISBN : 8185019665
File Size : 42,9 Mb
Total Download : 242

The Indian military setback against the Chinese attack in 1962 called for an honest critique. Quite a few books written by Army officers have tried to tell their version of the untold story. Quite a few books written by Army officers have tried to tell their version of the untold story. Dalvi's account of the Sino-Indian War is by far the most remarkable and authentic. He was presenting the theatre of war throughout, commanding a brigade and was held captive by the Chinese for seven months. In discussing the day-to-day events from 8 September to 20 October 1962, the author graphically tells th
Category: Sino-Indian Border Dispute, 1957-
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