JOURNAL OF DEFENCE STUDIES

Approach to Battle: Training the Indian Army during the Second World War, by Alan Jeffreys

Maj Gen Alok Deb, SM, VSM (Retired) is Deputy Director General at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA). Click here for detailed profile
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  • October-December 2018
    Volume: 
    12
    Issue: 
    4
    Book Review

    From entering the portals of a military academy till retirement, an officer remains deeply involved with training. From the initial days as a subaltern to, later on, assuming the responsibilities of a commanding officer who has to ensure that his unit is battle ready, the involvement with training is total. Later, in senior ranks, he is expected to put his experience to work in devising more meaningful and effective ways to train the nation’s military to be ready for the next war.

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