Author:Amarinder Singh


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Honour and Fidelity: India's Military Contribution to the Great War 1914-1918

By: Amarinder Singh

Price: $14.25

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Lotus Collection/Roli Books: 2014

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 037970

ISBN: 8174369880

Condition: New

When the first world war raged from 1914 to 1918, hundreds of thousands troops fought valiantly and millions of lives were lost. Much has been written about the allies (Britain, France and other European powers, Russia, the United States, Canada) battles with the opposing central powers (Germany, Austria - Hungary, Italy, Turkey) but few know that 1.38 million men from India were also sent to various theatres of war. As many as seven Indian expeditionary forces fought battles far from home. Whether it was the damp, flat fields of Flanders or the burning sands of Mesopotamia, the rocky, cold a... View more info

Saragarhi and the Defence of the Samana Forts: The 36th Sikhs in the Tirah Campaign 1897-98

By: Amarinder Singh

Price: $21.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Bookwise (India) Pvt. Ltd.:

Seller ID: 112868

ISBN: 8187330678

Condition: New

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The Monsoon War: 1965 India-Pakistan War (Young Officers Reminisce)

By: Amarinder Singh & Lt. General Tajindar Shergill (Authors)

Price: $35.14

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Lustre Press/Roli Books:

Seller ID: 108650

ISBN: 9789351941507

Condition: New

When Pakistan first attacked in September 1965, the main objective of the GOC-in-C of the Western Command, Lieutenant General Harbakhsh Singh, was not to cede a single square inch of Indian land to the enemy. And despite the valour and strategic brilliance of the Pakistan Army and Air Force, the Indian Armed Forces, through sheer strength of will, emerged triumphant – sometimes even in battles where it first seemed that all was lost. The Monsoon War is an honest and gritty eye-witness account of the 1965 war, as it happened, retold by two men who fought it. Amarinder Singh, who served as ADC... View more info