Sepoys in the Trenches: The Indian Corps on the Western Front, 1914-1915
The Indian corps arrived in Europe just in time for the First Battle of Ypres. Regular soldiers all, they fought an enemy of whom they knew little, and in a cause not their own. This full history draws on a range of sources, including interviews.
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Sepoys in the Trenches: The Indian Corps on the Western Front 1914-15
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