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Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1949

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

“The stretcher-bearer corps comprised those who were mainly trained in ... 

Indentured Indian
Cofee picking in Kearsney

Arrival of the first indentured Indians, an event that was to have far-reaching ... Every vessel used to transport indentured Indians had ... Picking coffee beans.

Verulam main street

One hundred and twenty-eight years ago, a Cape Town-based company purchased 30 000 acres Crown lands on the banks of the Umdhloti River from the Natal

Demand for Independence

Photos on the life of M. K. Gandhi

Last photo of Mr. & Mrs. Gandhi in Durban with several friends

Gandhi and Friends

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