2 edition of Autobiography of an Indian Army surgeon found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Indian Army surgeon.|
|LC Classifications||DS412 .A93|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 320 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||04028739|
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The author Autobiography of an Indian Army surgeon book an Assistant Surgeon in the Bengal Medical Service frombecame a Surgeon 1 Februaryand retired 20 January General V.K. Singh served in the Indian Army for forty-two years, retiring as Chief of Army Staff on 31 May His distinguished career saw him on the front lines of combat, in the Indo-Pak War of which led to the creation of Bangladesh and in Sri Lanka as part of the Indian Peace Keeping Force/5(90).
This book is well written and sheds a lot of light on a hitherto under covered topic, the British Indian Army's contribution in WWI. I have heard family lore that my great-grand father had sailed to Mesopotamia from Bombay during WW1, but no details.4/4(1).
autobiography of an indian army surgeon. * IN the form of a series of sketches and isolated adventures, rather than of a fiction, this volume exhibits the career of an Indian sur- geon, from his. A Soldier’s General: An Autobiography by General J.J. Singh, New Delhi: Harper Collins,pp.INR Vivek Chadha* It is rare for Army officers to write their autobiographies and rarer still for those who have reached the very pinnacle of their careers.
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General Jayanto Nath Chaudhuri, OBE (10 June – 6 April ) was an Indian full general who served as the Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army from to and the Military Governor of Hyderabad State from to After his retirement from the Indian Army, he served as the Indian High Commissioner to Canada from 19 July until August Rank: General.
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Brij Mohan Kaul was a Lieutenant General in the Indian Army. He resigned in the aftermath of the Sino-Indian was responsible for raising and expanding Jammu and Kashmir militia which later entered Indian Army as Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry, and was awarded the Rank: Lieutenant General.
This book is about his own career as an officer in the British Indian Army. It is the first part of the two part autobiography, the second being ' The Road Past Mandalay." Masters portrays a realistic picture of what it was to be a young British officer in the Indian Army, its social norms, If you are a fan of writing about India and the /5.
Pages in category "Indian autobiographies" The following 43 pages are in this category, out of 43 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). However, being the autobiography of a man who has been handling very important appointments at Military Operations Directorate to commanding Strike Corps, 1 Corps, ARTRAC and Western Army Command, the book seems a tad docile, especially given his antics during his career.
A “play safe” strategy is apparent and a little disappointing. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel ( – ) Indian barrister and politician. Patel was a leading figure in the leadership of the Indian Congress and played a leading role in the Independence struggle.
He was deputy Prime Minister and is considered one of India’s founding fathers for helping to integrate the Indian states after independence. Spanning over 60 years of military leadership in India, this unique book brings to life the human side of twelve exceptional military leaders.
Unlike traditional biographies of combat leaders which focus primarily on military operations or regimental histories, the author concentrates on personal accounts, anecdotes and reminiscences in order to highlight these leaders` personalities, and to 5/5(2).
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He left his home after he turned twenty-one, moved to Champlain, New York and obtained a teaching job. In he relocated to St. Albans, Vermont where he trained to become a physician through an apprenticeship with Dr.
Truman : NovemLebanon, Connecticut. James McGrigor is rightly referred to as the father of British army medicine. Purchasing his commission in the Connaught Rangers as an unqualified regimental surgeon inhe then extensively campaigned in the Low Countries, Egypt, India, the West Indies, and the Iberian : Martin R Howard.
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