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Campaign in Western Asia Rs.990.00/-

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The volume Campaign in Western Asia describes the operations the operations conducted by the Indian troops in Iraq. Syria and Iran to stem the tide of German advance, which at one stage even threatened the Indian borders. Even after the Axis threat had been contained Indian forces continued to garrison the area to facilitate the transport of necessary war material to Russia. This in the way greatly helped the Russian war effort, which finally resulted in the defeat of Germans.

Campaign in Western Asia is out of print for some time. In view of the demand of the readers the History Division, Ministry of Defence have decided to reprint it.

Author: Bisheshwar Prasad, General Editor
ISBN: 9788182746633
Pages: 596
Features: HB, PP
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 02 September, 2013.
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