Tales of courage
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India, Nov. 17 -- The gripping documentary India: The Forgotten Army commemorates the 102nd anniversary of the end of World War 1 and traces and documents the courage of Indian soldiers, shipped to distant shores to live and fight in deplorable conditions during the First World War. It features expert insights by Dr Shashi Tharoor.
The film is an adaptation of the book World War Sikh: Memoirs Of An Indian Cavalryman 1913-45 by Rana TS Chhina. It uses first-person accounts to tell the story of the war and the circumstances that Indian cavalrymen faced, as revealed in the letters they wrote to their families, more than a hundred years ago. The digital premiere of the documentary was announced by Discovery Plus recently.
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