This is an IDF analysis on war and IDF has rolled up its sleeves to table half a dozen Questions in Arnab Goswami style. Brick bats are welcome.
The Eternal Flame, the Ulta Shastra Rifle and the Bayonet at the Amar Jawan Jyoti under New Delhi’s impressive India Gate built by the British to honour India’s military contribution and supreme sacrifices in World War One, truly belongs to the India’s unknown soldier. It is the nation’s salute to those who gave their all to see surviving Indians live in peace and India rises with no threats especially to its territorial security and show India’s Flag and HADR world over after the glorious victory in 1971 which disremembered Pakistan into two. Bangla Desh was born. It led to Victory Day on 16th Dec 1971. So the subject is war and lessons in this century to synthesize the Army Navy & Air Force and Government must take responsibility for it. .
War, Churchill said, is a most serious matter that needs understanding and rushed to Parliament from semi retirement in 1939, with the intelligence about Germany leaked to him in national interest. He convinced the house that he was the man needed to lead UK in World War ii to Victory. He did smoking a Cigar, sipping brandy and directing the war with a pretty trusted secretary by his side. But he lost PM ship, so wrote six Volumes to win the Nobel prize, called the ‘War: Resolution, In Defeat: Defiance, In Victory: Magnanimity, In Peace:’ Continue reading