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World War I Casualties - Footnotes
... Includes 1,297 dead in the Royal Newfoundland Regiment ... listed 56,639 Army war dead Civilian deaths were due to the Halifax Explosion ^g Indian EmpireThe Indian Empire included present day India, Pakistan and Bangladesh ... The 1922 War Office report listed 62,056 Indian Army war dead and 2,393 British serving in the Indian Army ...
Taiping War Cemetery - Units Represented
... Australia Australian Army Service Corps • Australian Infantry • Royal Australian Air Force • Royal Australian Artillery Federated Malay States Federated Malay States Volunteer Forces ...
Royal Indian Navy - History - Direct British Rule in India - 1934–1945
... In 1934 the Royal Indian Marine changed its name, with the enactment of the Indian Navy (Discipline) Act of 1934 ... The Royal Indian Navy was formally inaugurated on 2 October, 1934, at Bombay ... Its ships carried the prefix HMIS, for His Majesty's Indian Ship ...
Indian Armed Forces - History - Colonial Era (1857 To 1947)
... The Royal Indian Navy was first established by the British while much of India was under the control of the East India Company ... The first Indian to be granted a commission was Sub Lieutenant D ... Mukherji, who joined the Royal Indian Marine as an engineer officer in 1928 ...
Syed Mohammad Ahsan - Biography - Early Life and Naval Career
... Deccan, India (then known as British Indian Empire), to an educated Urdu-speaking family ... Ahsan was the first cousin of Royal Indian Merchant Navy Captain Muhammad Syed ... Together with his cousin, Ahsan graduated from the Indian Naval Academy gaining a B.S ...

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