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Indian troops in World War Two
Indian troops in the Second World War were expected to fight and obey orders just like other troops but they were paid less than white troops and also given worse accommodation. Veterans describe the discrimination and prejudice faced by Indian troops and even officers during the War. British Prime Minister Winston Churchill is singled out for particular criticism. The distinguished service of Indian troops throughout the war is outlined.
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