History of Indian air defence artillery, 1940-1945

Singh, Mandeep

₹ 1495.00

In 1921, the eight anti-aircraft battery of Royal Artillery was first stationed in India. However, it was only after two decades that the threat from the Japanese expansionism made India to finally realise how ill-prepared its anti-aircraft defences were. Starting from a battery raised at Colaba, Indian anti-aircraft artillery soon expanded to over thirty-four regiments for India to have the second largest concentration of anti-aircraft defences outside the great Britain.

ISBN 13: 9789391928643

ISBN 10: 9391928641

Year: 2022

Language: ENGLISH

Pages etc.: 242p., (16)b/w pls., (4)maps, bib., ind., 23cm.

Binding: Hardbound

Subject(s): Defence and Military Studies

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