Till Memory Serves takes us down a forgotten lane and revisits those heroes of the Indian Army who served in British India in the time honoured tradition of valour and courage. It is a factual account of the indefatigable spirit of the forty Victoria Cross winners between 1912 and 1947, the period that this coveted award was associated with the Indian Army.
From the fifteen year old Lance Naik Nand Singh, the brave Gurkha Subadar Lal Bahadur Thapa to the fearless Lieutenant Karamjeet Singh judge, all of them had one common thread running through them-selfless dedication to duty, disregard to personal safety and an endearing commitment to lzzat. In this 150th year of the institution of the award, this book offers us a golden opportunity to salute the valour of these heroes who set the benchmarks for independent India’s Armed Forces.
|Packing Weight||1 kg|
|Author||Jaswant Singh & Manvendra Singh|
|Book Format||Hard Bound|
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