Ep 177: VJ Day special – The Indian Army

Ep 177: VJ Day special – The Indian Army

By 1945 the British Indian Army was the largest volunteer force in history.
Military historian Rob Lyman argues that Indian soldiers were not given enough credit for their efforts in helping beat the Japanese.

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