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 Battle of Hong-Kong

The Battle of Hong-Kong

Among the first battles of the Pacific War was The Battle of Hong Kong alias the Defence of Hong Kong which took place in the Second World War. On 8 December 1941, the Japanese Empire...
second sino japanese war

What Actually Started the Second Sino-Japanese War?

The second Sino-Japanese war took place from 1937 to 1945. The war broke out because of Chinese resistance against Japanese influence in its territory. The war wasn't declared until December 9, 1941, and it was...
Marco Polo Bridge incident in July 1937

What Was The Marco Polo Bridge Incident

The Marco Polo Bridge incident is a dispute that erupted between the Chinese and Japanese near the Marco Polo Bridge in 1937. Here's what happened... Japan started occupying China's territories in 1937 like Manchuria (Northeast China)...

King Sisowath Monivong of Cambodia

Cambodia was part of the Indochina which was the territory of the French. King Sisowath was a friendly administrator to the French administration. Background King Sisowath was born in 1875 in Phnom Penh. He was the...

What Was The Operation Of Dracula?

The Japanese had one of the most potent forces during the Second World War. They attacked Yangon in 1942 forcing the British, the Indian, and the Burmese troops to flee to India. That left...

What Was French Indochina?

The today Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia were once under the French Colony. Then, they made up the Indochina which included Cochin China, Cambodia, Annam, Tonkin, Laos, and Kwangchowan. All these made the Indochina under...

What Do You Know About The Malayan Campaign?

The Japanese highly relied on imported fuel to run her military operations in China. The USA and the British chose to put an embargo to the importation to sabotage Japanese operations in China. That...

What Do You Know About The Fall Of Singapore?

The fall of Singapore was a huge set back to the British army. In 1942, Singapore accepted defeat which was least expected by the British military. It was the most devastating moment and a...

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