Gentlemen of the Raj: The Indian Army Officer Corps, 1817-1949

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Tables
1 List of Native Officers Holding British Rank in 1898 10
2 Annual Number of Indian Cadets Admitted to the RMC, Sandhurst, 1918-1931 38
3 List of Candidates Securing 400 Plus in the Interview Test, March 1933 to April 1939 63
4 List of Units Selected for Indianization by 1938 83
5 Allotment of the Army in India 93
6 Detailed Distribution of Units 94
7 Planned Composition of Indian Units 102
8 Ratio of British and Indian Officers from 1926-1947 130
9 List of Officers of the Rank of Colonel and Above in the Pakistani Army (1948) 138
10 List of Officers of the Rank of Colonel and Above in the Indian Army (1948) 140
11 Intake of Indian Candidates into RMC, Sandhurst (1919-1925) by Region 154
12 Intake of Officers in the IMA, Dehra Dun (1932-1936) by Region 155
13 Intake of Officers in the IMA, Dehra Dun (1978-1982) by Region 156
14 Intake of Officers in the IMA, Dehra Dun (1983-1987) by Region 157

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