The Lightning Campaign - The Indo-Pakistan War 1971

By: Palit, Major-General

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Salisbury, UK: Compton, 1972. 172 pages in very good condition. Light discolouration to edges. Ex-library stamps etc. Several B&W photographs, plus maps and sketches. Maps on end pages. Black cloth hardcovers are very good. Dustjacket has piece cut out at spine bottom, edgewear and marks, good condition. Contents: Preface; Introduction; Chapter 1. Backdrop to Bangla Desh; II. The Threat to India; III. The Mukti Bahini; Iv. A Positive Posture on the Eastern Front; V. Pakistan Attacks in the West; VI. The Lightning Concept; VII. Twelve Days to Dacca; VIII. Surrender at Dacca; IX. The War in the Air and at Sea; X. Commentary on the Campaign; Postscript; Appendix A. Arms Aid to Pakistan; Appendix B. Bangla Desh- Topographical.. 1st edition UK. Cloth Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Ex-Library.

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