Field Marshal Sam Manekeshaw: The Man And His Times by Behram M. PanthakiField Marshal Sam Manekeshaw: The Man And His Times by Behram M. Panthaki

Field Marshal Sam Manekeshaw: The Man And His Times

byBehram M. Panthaki, Zenobia Panthaki

Hardcover | October 15, 2014

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Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw was the Chief of the Indian Army from 1969 to 1973. This book is a reflection on Sam, his character traits, sense of humor, moral and professional courage and the enigma that made up his personality. It presents a unique insight to his thinking and his style of dealing with a spectrum of situations from the sublime to the mundane. Above all, it portrays his humility, his honesty and his respect for men in uniform, regardless of rank. The book is anecdotal and an easy read as it walks you through his life from childhood to the pinnacle of glory. The political canvas, woven lightly into this very personal story, highlights how a brilliant military strategist shaped the destiny of the Indian subcontinent. Family photographs, copies of citations, handwritten notes and personal correspondence make this book a treasure to read and acquire.
Brigadier Behram M. Panthaki commanded the 2nd Battalion of the 8th Gorkha Rifles,served as Brigade Major,HQ 161 Infantry Brigade in J&K,was Colonel General Staff, HQ 3 Infantry Division in Ladakh, commanded 35 Infantry Brigade in Delhi and was Brigadier General Staff, HQ 12 Corps in Rajasthan. The assignment he values most is as Aide-...
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Title:Field Marshal Sam Manekeshaw: The Man And His TimesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:214 pages, 10.93 × 8.62 × 0.77 inPublished:October 15, 2014Publisher:Niyogi BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9383098309

ISBN - 13:9789383098309

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A delightful tale woven with great dexterity and garnished with a profusion of photographs that brings out the well-rounded personality of a proud soldier, a military leader par excellence, and a great human being.