Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 10 Aug 2018 12:06

Indian soldier and local Dutch woman and Child.Holland 1943.Source:Pinterest.com
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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 10 Aug 2018 12:11

That is new Amazing photo. Oosterend,Texel 1943.Indian soldier and local Dutch Children.Source:Aris Bremer.
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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 10 Aug 2018 16:38

Spartacus_Asenov wrote:
10 Aug 2018 12:11
That is new Amazing photo. Oosterend,Texel 1943.Indian soldier and local Dutch Children.Source:Aris Bremer.
Aris Bremer is Dutch photograph,He live on Dutch island of Texel.The Father of Aris is also Photograph and this photo was made by him.

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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 10 Aug 2018 16:41

Spartacus_Asenov wrote:
10 Aug 2018 16:38
Spartacus_Asenov wrote:
10 Aug 2018 12:11
That is new Amazing photo. Oosterend,Texel 1943.Indian soldier and local Dutch Children.Source:Aris Bremer.
Aris Bremer is Dutch photograph,He live on Dutch island of Texel.The Father of Aris is also Photograph and this photo was made by him.
I have friend who probably know him,He live also in Texel.This friend show me very rare photo of Indian soldiers in Texel.He said this photo are from private archive of photograph who live in there.

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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 11 Aug 2018 09:44

This photo was from Private collection of my Dutch friend who live on Texel:Indian and local Dutch girls.Source:Pieter Jan-Kampstra
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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 12 Aug 2018 10:42

Portrait of Indian soldier.Source:Ebay.com
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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 12 Aug 2018 16:23

Two Sikh and luftwaffe soldier. Source:Pinterest.com
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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 12 Aug 2018 16:29

Two Indian pose with Pistol,Texel 1943. Source:Pieter Jan-Kamstra.
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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 13 Aug 2018 06:29

Sikh soldier in Wehrmacht uniform.Source:Ebay.com
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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 13 Aug 2018 23:19

New photo collection find from auction. Source:https://picclick.de
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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 15 Aug 2018 07:43

Rare photo of Indian.Source:Toddocoleccion.com
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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 16 Aug 2018 11:06

Very interesting photo,Indian and truck.Source:Ebay.com
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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 16 Aug 2018 11:53

Indian and German soldiers.Source:Picclick.com
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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Spartacus_Asenov » 16 Aug 2018 11:55

Rare photo of Chandra Bose in POW camp in Germany 1942.Source:Picclick.com
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Re: Indian Legion 1942-1945 photos

Post by Byrden » 16 Aug 2018 21:53

hoot72 wrote:
07 Aug 2018 02:19
A rare image of an Indian Legion soldier being trained on the use of the Tiger Tank...
What the heck are you smoking?

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This Tiger belongs to the 502 battalion. It is deployed near Leningrad. That soldier is Russian or German. We're damn sure of this because only the 502 battalion marked up their Tigers in this way, and this specific Tiger has been identified in other photos from that sector.

I've been studying Tigers since 1992 and I've never heard of any involvement by Indian troops. Are you kidding us? Let's look at your claims...
hoot72 wrote:
07 Aug 2018 02:19
A small number of Indian's were introduced to the Tiger Tank and how tank's functioned and learned how to move and fire over a 3 week period in late 1942.
OK, now I KNOW that you're posting lies. Maybe some Indian troops were sent up near Leningrad to look at Tigers, I can't prove otherwise, but I CAN depend on the physical features of the Tiger in the photo. The sequence of Tiger design changes is very well established. That Tiger did not serve for three weeks in "late 1942". It went into service in 1943 at the earliest !

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