Download 1965: Stories from the Second Indo-Pakistan War by Rachna Bisht PDF

By Rachna Bisht

On 1 September 1965, Pakistan invaded Chamb district in Jammu and Kashmir, triggering a sequence of tank battles, operations and counter-operations. It was once purely the bravery and well-executed strategic judgements of the warriors of the Indian military that countered the very genuine chance of wasting Kashmir to Pakistan. Recounting the battles fought by way of 5 assorted regiments, the narrative reconstructs the occasions of the 1965 Indo-Pakistan warfare, outlining information by no means published ahead of, and recalls its unsung heroes.

Show description

Read or Download 1965: Stories from the Second Indo-Pakistan War PDF

Similar essays books

Black on White: Black Writers on What It Means to Be White

During this thought-provoking quantity, David R. Roediger has introduced jointly essentially the most very important black writers all through heritage to discover the query: What does it rather suggest to be white in the US? From folktales and slave narratives to modern essays, poetry, and fiction, black writers have lengthy been between America's keenest scholars of white recognition and white habit, yet formerly a lot of this writing has been neglected.

Krisen: Das Alarmdilemma (Fischer Wissenschaft) (German Edition)

Ist das challenge der Krise das Reden über die Krise? Kein Tag ohne Krise. Und immer geht es um alles, um den Untergang der Welt, das Ende der Menschheit. Gerhard Schulze kehrt in seinem schwungvollen und leidenschaftlichen Essay den Blick nun jedoch um: von der Krise auf das Reden über sie. Unter welchen Voraussetzungen sprechen wir von einer Krise?

Irgendwas mit Schreiben: Diplomautoren im Beruf (German Edition)

Sie waren Youtube-Sternchen, Vorband, Museumswärter oder Messeköchin. Sie sind Arztsohn, Volontärin, Comedy-Duo oder Mutter. Über den wahren Berufseinstieg von gelernten Autoren. Mit Beiträgen von Jan Fischer, Florian Kessler, Thomas Klupp, Jan Kuhlbrodt, Stefan Mesch, Alexandra Müller, N. N. , Sina Ness, Johannes Schneider, Martin Spieß, Tilman Strasser, Lino Wirag, Mirko Wenig.

Gem In The Lotus

A complete and compelling portrait of historic India In Gem within the Lotus, Abraham Eraly, writer of The final Spring, the best-selling and significantly acclaimed background of the Mughals, identifies and explores the numerous milestones within the evolution of old India. starting with an enquiry into the enigma that used to be the Indus Valley civilisation, he writes of the development from the Vedic Aryan tradition to the age of spiritual and philosophical ferment, culminating within the tenets of Jainism; the founding and consolidation of Buddhism; Alexander's develop into India; the increase of the Mauryan empire; and Ashoka's strange political occupation.

Additional resources for 1965: Stories from the Second Indo-Pakistan War

Example text

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.70 of 5 – based on 36 votes