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Rezension: The book is a breakthrough in the historiography of Indian armed forces, for its tone, approach, methodology and contents are unique. The author deserves praise for his innovative reading of the sources, and with this book he has successfully filled a long-standing gap in the historiography of the Indian armed forces. -- Gagan Preet Singh, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India Reviews in History Singh's brave attempt to uncover the thinking patterns of the jawans has been successful to a great extent ... Between Self and Sepoy succeeds in opening up a new vista as regards the mental outlook of the Indian colonial soldiery. -- Kaushik Roy Journal for the Society for Army Research 92

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Gajendra Singh
Verlag: Bloomsbury Academic Jan 2014 (2014)
ISBN 10: 1780936273 ISBN 13: 9781780936277
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Buchbeschreibung Bloomsbury Academic Jan 2014, 2014. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. 241x162x27 mm. Neuware - In the two World Wars, hundreds of thousands of Indian sepoys were mobilized, recruited and shipped overseas to fight for the British Crown. The Indian Army was the chief Imperial reserve for an empire under threat. But how did those sepoys understand and explain their own war experiences and indeed themselves through that experience How much did their testimonies realise and reflect their own fragmented identities as both colonial subjects and imperial policemen The Testimonies of Indian Soldiers and the Two World Wars draws upon the accounts of Indian combatants to explore how they came to terms with the conflicts. In thematic chapters, Gajendra Singh traces the evolution of military identities under the British Raj and considers how those identities became embattled in the praxis of soldiers' war testimonies - chiefly letters, depositions and interrogations. It becomes a story of mutiny and obedience; of horror, loss and silence. This book tells that story and is an important contribution to histories of the British Empire, South Asia and the two World Wars. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781780936277

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