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The Slouch Hat, this example WW2, with the 'golden arrow' formation sign of the 7th Indian Division (14th Army.)

The Slouch Hat, this example WW2, with the 'golden arrow' formation sign of the 7th Indian Division (14th Army.)

http://ww2today.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Gurkha-soldier.jpg The Arakan Campaign January 1943 – May 1945: A Gurkha soldier at a camouflaged position in the Arakan jungle.

http://ww2today.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Gurkha-soldier.jpg The Arakan Campaign January 1943 – May 1945: A Gurkha soldier at a camouflaged position in the Arakan jungle.

What great and brave fighters were the Gurkhas.    Gurkhas ambush Japanese in Burmese jungle.  A Gurkha soldier assisting a wounded comrade. An image by Cecil Beaton from the Arakan Campaign, Burma, January 1943 – May 1945.

What great and brave fighters were the Gurkhas. Gurkhas ambush Japanese in Burmese jungle. A Gurkha soldier assisting a wounded comrade. An image by Cecil Beaton from the Arakan Campaign, Burma, January 1943 – May 1945.

The trenches at Kohima in 1944. Where 1500 British and Commonwealth troops held fast against 12,000 Japanese Troops.

Heros of 'India's Battle of the Somme' honoured by royal visit

The trenches at Kohima in 1944. Where 1500 British and Commonwealth troops held fast against 12,000 Japanese Troops.

Second World War Indian Army formation badge for 17th Indian Infantry Division. The original formation badge featured a streak of lightning, but after the Japanese radio propagandist, Tokyo Rose, had called it 'the division whose sign is a yellow streak', and it had been driven out of Burma, the lucky black cat was adopted in 1943.

Second World War Indian Army formation badge for 17th Indian Infantry Division. The original formation badge featured a streak of lightning, but after the Japanese radio propagandist, Tokyo Rose, had called it 'the division whose sign is a yellow streak', and it had been driven out of Burma, the lucky black cat was adopted in 1943.

Officers slouch hat with the bronze officers Recce. regiment badge and the cross keys of the 2nd. div.

Officers slouch hat with the bronze officers Recce. regiment badge and the cross keys of the 2nd. div.

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