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  • Abacus
  • Little, Brown
  • Little, Brown
  • Little, Brown
  • Hachette Audio

The Indian Empire At War: From Jihad to Victory, The Untold Story of the Indian Army in the First World War

George Morton-Jack

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True war & combat stories

The first global narrative military history of the Indian troops on all fronts who fought with the British in the Great War.

'Essential to a proper understanding of the war and of our world of today' Michael Morpurgo

1.5 million Indians fought with the British in the First World War - from Flanders to the African bush and the deserts of the Islamic world, they saved the Allies from defeat in 1914 and were vital to global victory in 1918. Using previously unpublished veteran interviews, this is their story, told as never before.

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Praise for The Indian Empire At War: From Jihad to Victory, The Untold Story of the Indian Army in the First World War

  • Beautifully written . . . essential to a proper understanding of the war and of our world of today. A much needed book - Michael Morpurgo

  • Absorbing and welcome . . . explores a remarkably diverse fighting force of 1.5 million men of all castes and creeds . . . This book is a fitting testament to the sacrifices they made - Observer

  • Revelatory . . . fluent and colourful . . . This book describes the war as a worldwide conflict involving a million Indian soldiers [and] shows how crucial they were to Allied success - Telegraph

  • An outstanding book that brings to life the experiences of Indian soldiers in all of the theatres of WWI, from German colonies in China and Africa to the Middle East and the Western Front. Thoroughly researched and engagingly written, George Morton-Jack restores the Indian Army to its rightful place in the history of the Great War

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