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'Passing it on' : the army in India and the development of frontier warfare 1849-1947
Table of Figures Preface The Punjab Irregular Force and the Origins of Hill Warfare 1849 - 78 The Army in India and Mountain Warfare, November 1878 - April 1898 The Lessons of Tirah, May 1898 -Expand
The Jungle, Japanese and the British Commonwealth Armies at War, 1941-45: Fighting Methods, Doctrine and Training for Jungle Warfare
Introduction 1. The Opening Rounds: The Malayan Campaign and Retreat from Burma, December 1941 - February 1942 2. India Command and the Lessons of Defeat, February 1942 - October 1942 3. Forging theExpand
The Army in India and Mountain Warfare, November 1878–April 1898
A large proportion of the regular Army in India was introduced during the Second Afghan War to the operational and tactical exigencies of mountain warfare against a tribal opponent. Most of theExpand
Book reviews
The Grand Strategy of Philip II by Geoffrey Parker. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1998. Pp.xx + 446, illus. £25.00 (hardback). ISBN 0–300–07540–5. Milton and the Imperial Vision editedExpand
The Punjab Irregular Force and the Origins of Hill Warfare, 1849–78
The annexation of the Punjab in 1849, following the Second Sikh War, brought the British administration in India into direct contact with the disparate Pathan tribes inhabiting the lengthy chain ofExpand
The Lessons of Tirah, May 1898–August 1914
Many serious defects were exposed in the organisation, equipment and particularly the training of the Army in India throughout the 1897–98 frontier risings. During the most serious outbreak ofExpand
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