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The Indianization of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force: Palestine 1918

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Author(s): Kitchen, James E.
Kitchen, James E. - The Indianization of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force: Palestine 1918 Keywords: Egyptian Expeditionary Force (EEF) | Indianization | Palestine | Turkish defences ISFWWS-Keywords: India | Middle East | Military organisation of combat | Experience of combat | The Ottoman Empire and the Middle East | Religion | The French and British Empires Abstract: By the time the campaign ended in Palestine in October 1918, the majority of Britain's imperial army, known as the Egyptian Expeditionary Force (EEF), was made up of units dr…

The Prime Minister and the Indian Army’s Last War

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Author(s): Callahan, Raymond
Callahan, Raymond - The Prime Minister and the Indian Army’s Last War Keywords: Indian Army | Indianization | Prime Minister | Raj | Winston Churchill | World War Abstract: This chapter sketches out to the degree to which Winston Churchill as the Prime Minister and Minister of Defense shaped - and at times distorted - the last great martial effort of the Raj. Churchill's relationship to India at war can be broken into two areas for consideration: his impact on Indian politics and governance during the war, and his strategic direction of the India…