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The lessons of Dograi

Rahul K. Bhonsle

The lessons of Dograi

by Rahul K. Bhonsle

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Published by Sword & Shield Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dograi, Battle of, Dograe, Pakistan, 1965.

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche. New Delhi : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1997. 1 microfiche. Master microform held by: DLC.

    StatementRahul K. Bhonsle.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 96/60469 (D)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination61 p.
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL640085M
    LC Control Number96905036

      Leaders – Align with mission Battle of Dograi Sep 21 – 3 jat In a brilliant and gruesome assault, what he and his men achieved that September 50 years ago, had never been seen before "Susre.. Aaj Raat ko teen Jat kahan hogi". The troops shouted Dograi.. He wanted to make sure that the objective is He asked them again "Susre. The second: 'Zinda ya murda, Dograi mein milna hai! (Dead or alive, we have to meet in Dograi!) He warned his men against retreating. 'Even if all of you run away, I shall continue to stand on the battlefield alone,' Rachna Bisht Rawat writes in her must read book on the men and battles of the war -- , Stories from the Second Indo-Pak War.

    Indo-Pak War Major Actions. With Operation Gibraltar having miscarried, Pakistan undertook the bold Chhamb Offensive on Septem , by using a division-sized force of tanks and infantry, with the objective of capturing the strategic Akhnoor, thereby hoping to cut off the vital road link between Jammu and Poonch. Soon. The ancient Greek poet Pindar once wrote, 'Unsung, the noblest deed will die.' Brave Men of War- from the heights of Kargil to the plains of Punjab-sets out to record acts of valour and tell the stories of the brave men, some of whom unflinchingly paid theprice of victory with the ultimate sacrifice of their lives during the Indo-Pak an's defeat in the war, marked the coming of.

    Jalandhar: Indian Army’s Vajra Corps — the first corps raised post-independence on March 1, — celebrated its Platinum Jubilee at Jalandhar Canton. Discovery Plus celebrates 15 Aug with new episodes of 'Tales of Valour' Discovery Plus, in a short span of time, has augmented its position as the hub of armed forces led.


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Hearing the Battle of Dograi firsthand from Brig Desmond Eugene Hayde, MVC, then CO of the 3rd Jat Bn who planned and led the assault is an eye opener on how things unfolded on the epic battle.

It speaks volume about his leadership qualities and the bravery of his officers and his Jat troops/5(7). The Battles of Dograi and Batapore were fought just a few miles out of Lahore during the Indo-Pakistan War of They were as much a victory for the 3rd Battalion of the Jat Regiment on the Indian side as they were a disaster for the Pakistani troops who opposed this battalion and especially for 16th (Pathan) Battalion of the Pakistan Punjab Regiment, which was wiped out/5(8).

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hayde, Desmond E., Battle of Dograi. Delhi: Vanity Books, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. The Hero of the Battle of Dograi. Lieutenant Colonel Desmond Hayde was awarded the Mahavir Chakra, the second highest honour in battle, for winning an.

The Battle of Dograi was one such feat which though restricted to The lessons of Dograi book by a single infantry battalion, 3 Jat, provides unique perspectives of the manner in which continuity and transformation has occurred in the Indian Army as well as how the lessons learnt can be applied effectively to current operational dilemmas, ranging from Cold Start to.

IMAGE: Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri greets Lieutenant Colonel Desmond Hayde in Dograi. Photograph: Kind courtesy Indian Army Facebook Page In a cemetery in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, quietly rests a war hero that many may not know of -- a man born in Ireland, who led India in its bloodiest, yet finest, infantry battle in the Indo-Pak War.

The battle of Dograi, is unique in the annals of Indian military history, wherein 3 JAT, the battalion that was involved, captured the same objective twice, despite erroneously being asked to fall.

Subedar Khazan Singh: A hero of Battle of Dograi. Khazan Singh, a third generation soldier, was born in Maandothi village of Rohtak district of then undivided Punjab. He wrote a book on the Battle of Dograi and completed his memoirs, which is yet to be published.

"He used to come across as someone who was not too fond of kids or company, but started enjoying their presence on campus," says Colonel Singh.

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The continuum of change in militaries is derived from a number of factors, in which application of history plays an important part. The process of Indian Army’s evolution in the plains of Western India could be charted from the lessons learnt from key episodes of the War.

Discovery Plus will be airing Armed Forces-based content in entire August. Tales of Valour, based on the Battle of Rezang la, will release on August. Battle of Dograi On Septem India’s 54 Infantry Brigade was ordered to plan an advance up to Ichhogil canal astride GT Road, which involved the capture of Dograi.

The main Pakistan defences were along the Ichhogil canal and Dograi. On Septem 3 Jat carried out extensive patrolling at Dograi which was to be attacked that night.

This book recounts the heroic and fearless acts of bravery demonstrated by our men in Olive. The list includes Lt Gen Harbaksh Singh, the military leader who planned, directed and commanded the operations and actions, Lt Col Desmond Hayde, the hero of Dograi, Lt Col AB Tarapore and Lt Col MMS Bakshi and many others.

Battle of Dograi. On Septem India’s 54 Infantry Brigade was ordered to plan an advance up to Ichhogil canal astride GT Road, which involved the capture of Dograi. The main Pakistan defences were along the Ichhogil canal and Dograi.

On Septem 3 Jat carried out extensive patrolling at Dograi which was to be attacked that night. at Dograi a village located on its east bank. The other obstacles in the corridor were. 68PageMonty-The Making of a GeneralLondon-Hamilton Books History has always recorded a nation’s battles and wars in minute detail.

Battles and manoeuvres from the times of Alexander to Genghis Khan, Shivaji to Napoleon, Ranjit Singh to Rommel, Patton and Guderian have been exactingly poured over so as to be able, virtually, to re-enact the event of that era. Attributes for success and reason.

JALANDHAR: Indian Army’s Vajra Corps - the first Corps raised post-independence on March 1, celebrated its Platinum Jubilee at Jalandhar Cantt th. Modi pays homage at Dograi War Memorial Photogallery.

PM Narendra Modi pays homage at Dograi War Memorial in Amritsar. Modi pays homage at Dograi War Memorial Photogallery at ETimes.The author’s way of writing this chapter is unique in itself because a co-relational perspective of continuity and transformation in the Indian Army.

It covers the relevance of Dograi and the two battles fought for its capture inthereby drawing lessons in the context of .On the night of Septemthe battalion, led by its Anglo-Indian commanding officer Lt.

Col. Desmond Hayde, charged into the Pakistani village of Dograi though it was guarded by a.