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Sowars and Sepoys in the Great War 1914-1918. A fine reference book on their badges and buttons.
This second book by Captain Ashok Nath was published in 2014 and covers the iconography of Indian Regiments both Cavalry and Infantry. The well bound book measures 12 x 8½ ins and comes in a stout slipcase. There are 280 pages and the brief notes on the regiments are supplemented by numerous plates of illustrations of their badges and buttons.
I very seldom recommend modern books on this website but I have found Ashok Nath’s books so useful that I feel I can do so with confidence.
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