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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…

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…