Indian Army: An Organisational History

Discussion in 'British Indian Army' started by Maureene, Apr 19, 2014.

  1. Maureene

    Maureene Well-Known Member

    On another post http://ww2talk.com/forums/topic/27504-organisation-of-an-indian-infantry-battalion-nov-41/?p=618332 dryan 67 said
    "This is from one of my books on the Indian Army in the British Armies in WW II: An Organisational History series".


    Forum members may be interested in details of these books, as dryad 67 has provided many detailed responses in the past.

    The authors are David Hughes, David A. Ryan and Steve Rothwell.

    The books are
    ''The British Armies in World War Two: An Organisational History, Volume 8: The Indian Army, Part One: The Indian Army in the West''

    Review and description of Volume 8 http://stonebooks.com/archives/060305.shtml
    Volume 8 is available from the Nafziger Collection http://www.nafzigercollection.com/product/the-british-armies-in-world-war-two-an-organizational-history-vol-8-indian-army-part-1-the-indian-army-in-the-west/

    ''The British Armies in World War Two: An Organisational History, Volume 9: The Indian Army, Part Two: The Indian Army in the East, 1939-43''

    Review and description of Volume 9 http://stonebooks.com/archives/070121.shtml
    Volume 9 is available from the Nafziger Collection http://www.nafzigercollection.com/product/the-british-armies-in-world-war-two-an-organizational-history-vol-9-indian-army-part-2-the-indian-army-in-the-east-1939-1943-the-frontiers-and-the-interior/

    ''The British Armies in World War Two: An Organisational History, Volume 10: The Indian Army, Part Three: The Indian Army in the East, 1944-45"

    Review and description of Volume 10 http://stonebooks.com/archives/090104.shtml
    Volume 10 is available from the Nafziger Collection http://www.nafzigercollection.com/product/the-british-armies-in-world-war-two-an-organizational-history-vol-10-the-indian-army-part-3-the-indian-army-in-the-east-1944-1945/

    There are also some additional books in the same series on the Nafziger Collection website, called Supplements which may contain information about the Indian Army
    The British Armies in World War Two: An Organizational History, Supplement 1: Orders of Battle 1939-1941
    http://www.nafzigercollection.com/product/the-british-armies-in-world-war-two-an-organizational-history-supplement-1-orders-of-battle-1939-1941

    The British Armies in World War Two: An Organizational History, Supplement 2: Orders of Battle 1941-1942
    http://www.nafzigercollection.com/product/the-british-armies-in-world-war-two-an-organizational-history-supplement-2-orders-of-battle-1941-1942/

    The British Armies in World War Two: An Organizational History, Supplement 3: Orders of Battle 1942-1944
    http://www.nafzigercollection.com/product/the-british-armies-in-world-war-two-an-organizational-history-supplement-3-orders-of-battle-1942-1944/

    The British Armies in World War Two: An Organizational History, Supplement 4: Orders of Battle 1944-1945
    http://www.nafzigercollection.com/product/the-british-armies-in-world-war-two-an-organizational-history-supplement-4-orders-of-battle-1944-1945/

    Cheers
    Maureen

    Edit : 1 of the links has not copied properly. Can anyone give me advice about this, as it appears to be in exactly the same format as those that have copied
    Accessible from this page http://books.stonebooks.com/book/1013864/ Click on "Read our review"

    Edit 2: Problem now fixed. Another book from the same series which mentions the Indian Army
    The British Armies in World War Two: An Organizational History, Vol 2, Polish, Australian, Canadian, South African, and Indian Armoured and Cavalry Divisions: British Regular Divisions
    http://www.nafzigercollection.com/product/the-british-armies-in-world-war-two-an-organizational-history-vol-2-polish-australian-canadian-south-african-and-indian-armoured-and-cavalry-divisions-british-regular-divisions/
     
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  2. Red Goblin

    Red Goblin Senior Member

    Presumably this one ...
    ... compromised by having "%C2%A0" appended (so not "exactly" the same format with that extra baggage showing up as a square in my browser ;)) - simply prune back to http://stonebooks.com/archives/060305.shtml to correct ...

    HTH,
    Steve
     
  3. bamboo43

    bamboo43 Very Senior Member

    Some nice links there Maureen, thanks for putting them up for us.
    Well done Steve, are you a techie? :)
     
  4. Red Goblin

    Red Goblin Senior Member

    Thanks & 'frayed sew' to an outdated degree Steve - retired from corporate IT support in 2004 :D
     
  5. bamboo43

    bamboo43 Very Senior Member

    Retired, now there's a lovely word. :)
     
  6. dryan67

    dryan67 Senior Member

    Maureene.

    Thank you for posting the links to some of my books on the forum. As I am not one to 'toot my own horn', it was very kind of you to do so.

    David (dryan67)
     
  7. Maureene

    Maureene Well-Known Member

    Our thanks dryan67 for the information you have previously posted.

    Thanks for your comments Red Goblin. I have reposted the link. I should say however that when I originally posted the link it was in exactly that form, with nothing additional attached, which somehow happened within the Forum.

    I have also added, as an edit, an additional book in this series which includes Indian Armoured and Cavalry Divisions. See above.

    Cheers
    Maureen
     

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