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Gentlemen of the Raj: The Indian Army Officer Corps, - Pradeep Barua - Google Books
Average Rating Customers. Please enter valid pincode to check Delivery available unavailable in your area. Description The dramatic transformation of a small British-led colonial force into a large modern national army, complete with its own institutional officer corps, is a unique event, one without parallel.
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Gentlemen of the Raj : the Indian Army Officer Corps, 1817-1949
It offers well-evidenced and unique insights into how the officer corps of the Indian Army developed, the forces supporting and opposing that. It shows, quite probably unexpectedly for most, how the the Indian Army leadership in the Second World War made a vital contribution to Allied strategy against the Germans. In doing this it shows how the Indian Army officer corps developed through its Second World War experience as quite possibly the most effective of the post-colonial armies, and politically subservient to the civil state; but bringing some strategical baggage with it which hampered severely its performance in the service of independent India.
My only reservation - perhaps an unfair one - is that so much good material, but even more its incisive critical thinking, could have done with as much space again to illustrate [not make] the case!
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