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Indo-pak war 1965
Note: All pictures are taken from Bharat-Rakshak & in Wikipedia.
The Tricolor being hoisted at Dera Baba Nanak - in the Gurdaspur district in Punjab, India - soon after the war.
Indian troops raise the Indian tricolour atop Hajipir Pass on 28 August 1965.
A Pakistan Army Bell OH-13 helicopter with the GOC of 15 Infantry Division on board, was shot down by the 17th Poona Horse, south of Phillora on 12 September 1965. The Major General and the pilot were killed.
Pakistani soldiers during the Battle of Chawinda.
Indian Jawans pose in front of Barkee police station, a town near Lahore - the cultural city of Pakistan.
General J N Chaudhuri exchanging pleasantries with Indian troops, during a visit to the Khem Karan sector.
An Indian soldier stands alone atop a Pakistani pill box in the Kalra sector. Pill-boxes ormed part of Pakistan's formidable defences and many Indian troops gallantly lost their ives trying to take these defences out.
Indian troops looking at a bridge, across the Ichogil Canal, that was destroyed by the Pakistani Army during their hasty retreat.
The Pakistan Army's elite 1 Armoured Corps met its Waterloo in the Battle of Assal Uttar as they lost nearly 100 tanks, many of them being brand new M-48 Pattons. Bhikiwind was used as a temporary tank cemetery to house some 60 captured & destroyed M-48 Pattons, M-24 Chafees and M4 Shermans. The cemetery stood as a standing memorial to Pakistan's humiliating defeat in the battle of Assal Uttar.
Star Plate of Brigadier A R Shammi, Commander of the Artillery Brigade of Pakistan's 1 Armoured Division, captured at the Battle of Assal Uttar. Major General Nasir Ahmed, GOC of 1 Armoured Division, had been killed on 10 September 1965 in the Khem-Karan sector, by the 4th Grenadiers and the 3rd Cavalry.
The Indian tricolour flies atop Barkee police station, Lahore Dist as an Indian jawan stands guard.
In the heat of the moment - a section of Indian soldiers, charge a Pakistan defensive line in the Phillora Sub-sector. Many Indian troops lost their lives in these suicidal frontal attacks.
A well-camouflaged Indian Army Centurion tank awaits the arrival of the Pakistan Army at Assal Uttar.
An Indian Army recoilless gun crew, awaits the arrival of Pakistani armoured columns in the Chawinda Subsector.
Lieutenant General Harbakhsh Singh, Padma Bhushan, VrC, was the GOC-in-C Western Army Command during the 1965 Indo-Pak War. Much of the success of the ground war was attributed to his brilliant military tactics.
Patrolling Indian Jawans in snows of Himalayas
A destroyed bridge, across the Ichogil Canal, on the road to Lahore. The Pakistan Army destroyed all the bridges to the city during their hasty retreat.
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