- Publisher: Atlantic Publishers and Distributors Pvt Ltd (2007)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8126907622
- ISBN-13: 978-8126907625
- ASIN: B0072HXYPC
- Package Dimensions: 21.4 x 14.9 x 1.9 cm
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,62,036 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
1965 War, The Inside Story: Defence Minister Y.B. Chavan's Diary Of India-Pakistan War Paperback – 2007
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Description for 1965 War, The Inside Story: Defence Minister Y.B. Chavan's Diary Of India-Pakistan
1965 War Was The First All-Out Clash Between The Two Nations India And Pakistan, After The Partition In 1947.Y.B. Chavan, India S Former Defence Minister, Recorded In His Own Hand The 22-Day War. The Inside Story Reveals:" Utter Failure Of Intelligence On Timing Of Pak Attack." How And Why Chavan Ordered Iaf To Launch Attack Without Even Informing The Pm." Why India Attacked Across The International Border? Reasons As Per Chavan Recording, If We Fail And I Cannot Even Imagine Of It The Nation Fails ." How A Division Commander Bolted From The Theatre Of Operation. " How The Army Commander Sacrificed Over 300 Men For The Greater Glory Of His Regiment . " Why The Indian Army Did Not March Into Lahore." Occasions When The Army Chief Almost Lost His Nerve." How The Defence Minister, The Army And Air Chiefs Worked As Team." How Pm Kept His Cool And Emerged As A Great Leader In War." Was It A Futile War? Did India Lose In Tashkent What Was Won On Battle-Fields." Finally, How The Political Leadership Re-Established Its Proper Relationship With The Defence Forces Leadership And Wiped Out Bitter Memories Of The 1962 India-China War.The Book Is A Tribute To The Iaf That Was Deployed In War For The First Time After The Independence. Also To India S Armoured Regiments That Fought Valiantly And Destroyed Myth Of Superiority Of The Pattons.
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Chinese is palpable. Lal Bahadur ensured that decisions were taken at the appropriate level by concerned Minister and came to him only when required. A must read to understand how Nehru allowed his prejudices to ensure that only he took decisions and that too not at the
appropriate level and at the appropriate time