Indian Army During WW2

Indian Army During WW2

The British Indian Army was the largest volunteer army in history with over 2.5 million men. They fought in World War II in 1939. They fought in different divisions such as Infantry Armor Fledgling airborne...
Subhas Chandra Bose

Who Was Subhas Chandra Bose

Subhas Chandra Bose alias Netaji was born on January 23, 1897, in Orissa (now Odisha). He was an Indian revolutionary prominent that led to the independence movement in India against the British. But that's not all. He...

The Contribution of India to World War II

Before the Second World War, India had not invested much of its national resources towards its defense. Thus, its army was not strong. Most of the nationalists in the country believed that the budget...

India’s contribution to WW2

Even though it’s not often included in history classwork, the India military played a small role WWII. However, they did not join the war until 1939. Due to a combination of policial opinion and...

Indian Army during WW2

In 1939, the British Indian Army officially joined Great Britain in fighting WWII. The volunteer army saw combat in Africa, Asia, and Europe. They served in several divisions, including the airborne force, infantry, engineers,...
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Who was Subhas Chandra Bose?

The Historical Implications Of Subhas Chandra Bose Subhas Chandra Bose was an Indian nationalist born on January 23rd of 1897. He was a hero in India due to his defiant patriotism. His attempt to remove...

How British Rule Abused Their Indian Colony

Whether or not the British rule was abuse or benefit on the Indian continent is a subject for the ages. Below we will rehash some facts that lean towards the fact that British rule,...

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