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The battle of France saw German troops under general Von Studnitz enter Paris and the 87 infantry division conducted a victory march through the city. On June 16 Marshal Petain took over the government of France and the next day June 17 requested for an armistice. By 22 June France formerly surrendered and Hitler is delighted. It was the greatest defeat of French arms ever
Published by Madan G Singh 57 months ago in History | +1 votes | 0 comments
Botw.org is an online directory also known as Best of the Web. As the website praise itself, it is a comprehensive directory of categorized, content-rich, well design websites, and one of the oldest search directories available on the internet. Their categories are Arts, Finance, Home, Recreation, Shopping, Regional, Business, Games, Kids & Teens, Reference, Society, Computers, Health, News, Science and Sports.
Published by Sasha Brown 57 months ago in History | +0 votes | 0 comments
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The attack on Pearl Harbor was wildly successful as the surface ships and battleships of the Pacific fleet were either disabled or sunk. But it was a Pyrrhic victory as within 2 and half years the Japanese were utterly defeated. for this naval attack the Japanese perfected the finned torpedo and the fleet moved in utmost secrecy
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A romantic story is usually focused on the love of the two main characters in the story, while on a suspense story, it is a type of story where it has a mystery, fantasy and action. But what if these two genre where put together? Would it be a good result?
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Published by Sasha Brown 58 months ago in History | +0 votes | 0 comments
On 23 October the Chinese struck across the border. Before that in a secret meeting of the Politburo addressed by Mao, the position was taken to teach a lesson to Nehru and also lower his international standing. They felt a quick border war would do the needful. They timed it with the Cuban missile crisis so that the USA could not help India
Published by Madan G Singh 58 months ago in History | +2 votes | 0 comments
Krishna Menon is like Hamlet a tragic figure in Indian post independence history. At one time he had the ear of Nehru and evoked strong feelings. He was the defense minister of India and paid the price for the folly of Nehru in the wake of the Chinese attack on India in 1962. Facts must now be restated to give Menon his due in Indian history
Published by Madan G Singh 58 months ago in History | +2 votes | 0 comments
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In the beginning of 1837 the major elements of the Sikh army was recalled to Lahore the capital to take part in the celebrations of the wedding of the grandson of Ranjit Singh, Nau Nihal Singh. Hari Singh himself fell sick and retired for rest and recuperation. The Afghan ruler Akbar Khan came to know about this and decided the time was ripe to re-capture Jamrud. Raising the flag of Jihad he laid siege to the fortress of Jamrud with a Pushtoon force of 22-25,000 soldiers reinforced by artillery....
Published by Madan G Singh 58 months ago in History | +1 votes | 0 comments
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The British in the concept of the martial race. They based their judgment on Indian history and their personal experience. Hindu caste system always recognized the martial class as the Kshatriyas and other lower castes were forbidden to bear arms on pain of death. The British amplified this concept based on their personal experience in India.
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The British maintained caste and class based regiments. Thus the Indian army had Sikh regiments, Rajput regiments etc. This militated against the Principles of War, but in actual battle conditions these caste based regiments were very successful. During the Second World War the British started recruitment of the Chamar caste into the army. These were low caste but were considered good fighters
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A dacoit who made a name for himself was Jagat Singh Sidhu. He belonged to the Jat clan and was born in 1902 at a village in Lahore District. Popularly called Jagga, legends about him encompass the length and breadth of Punjab as a man who robbed the rich and gave to the poor. This fact is not substantiated anywhere, but with the passage of time an aura has built up around Jagga as a man who defied the Raj.
Published by Madan G Singh 59 months ago in History | +1 votes | 0 comments
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