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Resource The British Army In India 2017-05-27

The British Army in India


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    As previously mentioned in an admin post

    The file for this resource is 50+ Mb however the max Mb size for resource uploads is 20 Mb
    All I have done here is point the download url to the website offering the file for free by placing the relevant url in the external download field

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    GENERAL VIEW OF THE SUBJECT.

    There are few questions which at the present
    moment have a greater claim upon the attention of
    the public, and especially of statesmen, than that of
    affording British Troops in India all possible pro-
    tection from that hostile climate.

    The subject will be .treated, in the following
    pages, under five general heads : — The Clothing,
    Housing, Locating, Recreative Employment,
    and Hopeful Encouragement of the Soldiery;
    and the amount of matter presented before tbe
    reader will be only such as shall suffice for inviting
    him to join in certain views upon the chief points
    of this wide question, which it is hoped will prove
    of sufficient importance and interest to repay his
    attention.

    Since the exposure of British Troops to the weather
    will be much greater than hitherto, when nearly all
    military duty was in peace performed by a native
    army, and especially greater during the next two
    years, during which they may be frequently in the
    field, it is the dress of the soldier which claims
    primary attention. This subject, therefore, will be
    treated foremost in the following pages.
     

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