Recollections of the Se La-Bomdila Debacle 1962

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Jaidev Singh Datta
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Book Description KW Publishers, New Delhi, India, 2013. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Commemorating 50 years of the India-China War of 1962, this is a factual account by the author, who was Brigade Major of 62 Infantry Brigade. He is the only person, apart from late Brigadier Hoshiar Singh, Commander 62 Infantry Brigade, who was privy to all developments and key decisions that led to the ithdrawal of the Brigade from Se La. The debacle resulted in the tragic deaths of almost 1000 personnel, most of whom never got the opportunity to fight the enemy. Two chapters in the book, after selective translation, have been gleaned from two authoritative Chinese books. These portray the meticulous strategy, timing,determination and speed, by which the Chinese reached Chakoo the gateway to Assam in two days!It shows how, in sharp contrast, the Indian Army was deployed in great haste with ill conceived plans, units woefully equipped and not acclimatized to high altitude terrains having trained for different roles and locations.Even after the Namka Chu debacle (south of Thagla Ridge), the Indian Political leaders in Delhi and the Army brass, failed to read the Chinese intentions to encroach further into Indian Territory, which brought great humiliation to the Indian Army.Awards to both Indian and Chinese soldiers have been narrated in some detail, as well as lessons learnt for the future and for military.Printed Pages: 188. Bookseller Inventory # 104324

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Book Description KW Publishers, 2013. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Commemorating 50 years of the India-China War of 1962, this is a factual account by the author, who was Brigade Major of 62 Infantry Brigade. He is the only person, apart from late Brigadier Hoshiar Singh, Commander 62 Infantry Brigade, who was privy to all developments and key decisions that led to the withdrawal of the Brigade from Se La. The debacle resulted in the tragic deaths of almost 1000 personnel, most of whom never got the opportunity to fight the enemy. Two chapters in the book, after selective translation, have been gleaned from two authoritative Chinese books. These portray the meticulous strategy, timing, determination and speed, by which the Chinese reached Chakoo ? the gateway to Assam ? in two days! It shows how, in sharp contrast, the Indian Army was deployed in great haste with ill conceived plans, units woefully equipped and not acclimatized to high altitude terrains having trained for different roles and locations. Even after the Namka Chu debacle (south of Thagla Ridge), the Indian Political leaders in Delhi and the Army brass, failed to read the Chinese intentions to encroach further into Indian Territory, which brought great humiliation to the Indian Army. Awards to both Indian and Chinese soldiers have been narrated in some detail, as well as lessons learnt for the future and for military historians. Contents Preface Acknowledgements The General Area 1. People of North East Frontier Agency 2. Topography, Important Roads And Tracks The Debacle 3. Induction into Kameng Frontier Division 4. Withdrawal of 62 Infantry Brigade 5. Withdrawal of 4 Infantry Division Chinese Perspective 6. Chinese Offensive Version I Version II Other Factors 7. Air Force Aftermath 8. Lessons Learnt Awards 9. Gallantry Awards: Indian and Chinese Printed Pages: 188. Bookseller Inventory # 100571

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Book Description KW Publishers, 2013. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Commemorating 50 years of the India-China War of 1962, this is a factual account by the author, who was Brigade Major of 62 Infantry Brigade. He is the only person, apart from late Brigadier Hoshiar Singh, Commander 62 Infantry Brigade, who was privy to all developments and key decisions that led to the withdrawal of the Brigade from Se La. The debacle resulted in the tragic deaths of almost 1000 personnel, most of whom never got the opportunity to fight the enemy. Two chapters in the book, after selective translation, have been gleaned from two authoritative Chinese books. These portray the meticulous strategy, timing, determination and speed, by which the Chinese reached Chakoo â" the gateway to Assam â" in two days! It shows how, in sharp contrast, the Indian Army was deployed in great haste with ill conceived plans, units woefully equipped and not acclimatized to high altitude terrains having trained for different roles and locations. Even after the Namka Chu debacle (south of Thagla Ridge), the Indian Political leaders in Delhi and the Army brass, failed to read the Chinese intentions to encroach further into Indian Territory, which brought great humiliation to the Indian Army. Awards to both Indian and Chinese soldiers have been narrated in some detail, as well as lessons learnt for the future and for military historians. Contents Preface Acknowledgements The General Area 1. People of North East Frontier Agency 2. Topography, Important Roads And Tracks The Debacle 3. Induction into Kameng Frontier Division 4. Withdrawal of 62 Infantry Brigade 5. Withdrawal of 4 Infantry Division Chinese Perspective 6. Chinese Offensive Version I Version II Other Factors 7. Air Force Aftermath 8. Lessons Learnt Awards 9. Gallantry Awards: Indian and Chinese Printed Pages: 188. Bookseller Inventory # 100571

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