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The War in East Africa 1939-1943 (Hardcover; INR 1475; Delivered pan India only)
Book Price: 1475 INR
The War in East Africa 1939-1943 (Hardcover; INR 1475)
Squadron Leader Tommy Broom, DFC The Legendary Pathfinder Mosquito Navigator ...
Squadron Leader Tommy Broom, DFC The Legendary Pathfinder Mosquito Navigator (Paperback; INR 1095) is the true story of a braveheart who became a legend during the WW II.
Forgotten Glory: Battle of Mynamati by the Wartime CO
A story untold so far. A story of one of the bloodiest battles fought during the war. A story of a RAJPUTANA RIFLES Battalion ordered to assault a hill where the enemy was three times in numbers!
Understanding Al Qaeda: Changing War and Global Politics (Paperback; INR 995;...
Understanding Al Qaeda: Changing War and Global Politics (Paperback; INR 995)
Hold at All Costs: Siege and Relief of Poonch 1947-48. Foreword by Lt Gen VS ...
This work aims to focus primarily on the operations undertaken in the general area bound by Rajouri in the South to Haji Pir Pass in the North to Jhelum River in the West to mighty Pir Panjal in the East with its centre around Poonch. In the present context, the geographical segment being addressed actually covers the whole of Poonch District with a spill over into Northern part of Rajouri District and some areas now under illegal occupation of Pakistan (PoJK or Pakistan illegally occupied J&K). In order to keep readers in sync with the events happening in other sectors of the erstwhile Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) State, suitable mentions have been made without digging too deep into such actions. Within the Jammu region, details of the events surrounding Naushera-Jhangar, Kathua-Samba and even Jammu have been mentioned in passing so as not to lose the focus or widen the scope. Similarly, brief references have been made of the events happening North of Pir Panjal Range.
The Roar of the Tiger (Hardcover; COMING SOON)
The Roar of the Tiger (Hardcover; COMING SOON) is a collection of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s speeches that have been commented upon by a decorated war veteran of 1971 Indo-Pak War.
How the Wind Blew: Operation PAWAN
First hand accounts by the veterans from the Indian Army, Navy and Airforce, who took part in the IPKF operations in Sri Lanka. Never heard; never told before