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Outlook Magazine [India] WW1 special issue 31 March 2014


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Outlook Magazine [india] Special issue WW I: India's Great War 31 March 2014, with a number of different articles and photographs

http://www.outlookindia.com/content11249.asp#WW%20I:%20India's%20Great%20War

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Maureen

WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
An overview: the hope, the turning points, the causes, the belligerents, the impact, the futility...
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
The eerie relevance of ‘the first calamity of the 20th century’
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
What and Why and When and How and Where and Who
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
How would he reconcile support for a bloody war with ahimsa?
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
Indians fought for the empire. Their lost hopes cost the British dear.
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
The Great War effort forced the British hand, sowed the seeds for Hind swaraj
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
Soldiers’ letters bore the taste of cordite and a complex smell of fears, expectations
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
The families of some First World War heroes in India have become ‘military clans’
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
India Gate, our WW-I cenotaph, now stands for an abstracted ideal
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
The Maharajah of Bikaner, consummate soldier and Peace Treaty signatory
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
For four years, the Great War had no close season. These are the personages who prompted that war, conducted the conflict, and led their nations during it.
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
The Chichele Professor of the History of War at All Souls College, Oxford, on all aspects of the event
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
The spectre of free love between white women and desi sepoys alarmed the Raj
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
The most international of all fronts, the Ottoman Front was what made it a World War
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
The ‘globalising’ world of the 21st century teeters on war as dangerously as in 1914
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
Not just Mulk Raj Anand and Nazrul, sepoys wrote literature too
WW I: INDIA'S GREAT WAR
Indian cinema’s start became slower in the war, but didn’t wane
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