Morning @Daxx and @Harry Clampers,An odd article, given that most readers won't be allowed in to see it.
what a fannyMorning @Daxx and @Harry Clampers,
A)Possibly just an interesting space filler for former Sandhurst trained Indian officers here.
B)Probably should be capitalised but it is in a local 'comic' and the level of grammar, spelling and general use of the English language is hilarious. That's why I spend R/s.22 every day on four 'comics', just to cheer me up
There never was a 'British Indian Army'Why's that?
The Indian Army was "the force recruited locally and permanently based in India, together with its expatriate British officers."
The British Army in India consisted of British Army units posted to India for a tour of duty, and which would then be posted to other parts of the Empire or back to the UK.
The Army of India consisted of both the Indian Army and the British Army in India.
That’s a whole month of extras and Pan bashing right there. All those gats being lent up against a wall, ffs! Next you’ll be telling me you left your pocket button undone...
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