Farthest Field : An Indian Story Of The Second World War – Raghu Karnad (Paperback)
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In riveting prose, Raghu Karnad retrieves the story of a single family – a story of love, rebellion, loyalty and uncertainty – and with it, the greater revelation that is India’s Second World War. Farthest Field narrates the lost epic of India’s war, in which the largest volunteer army in history fought for the British Empire, even as its countrymen fought to be free of it. It carries us from Madras to Peshawar, Egypt to Burma – unfolding the saga of a young family amazed by their swiftly changing world, and swept up in its violence.
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