A Lovely Quality / Condition, Removed From Uniform (RFU), WW2 Period, Single, Ordinary Ranks (OR’s) In Country Made, Official Embroidered Issue Formation Signs / Badges / Flashes / Patches / to: General Headquarters (GHQ India). On a Scarlet Red over Black Rectangle the Yellow Five Pointed Star of India. Cotton Buckram Backed. No Modern Synthetic Threads / Fibers. c.WW2.

Notes: The British Indian Army, Designated: The Indian Army was the Principal Army of the British Raj in India until Partitioning in 1947. It worked adjacent to British Forces, World Wide, particularly during WW1 & WW2.
GHQ, located in Delhi under the Commander-in-Chief (C-in-C) India, who Commanded all British & Indian Personnel of All Three Armed Forces.
GHQ India had an essential role in the defeat of the Japanese Army in the Burma campaign 1944 – 45.
1942: General Sir Archibald Wavell. 1943: General Sir Claude Auchinleck.
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Dimensions: 53 mm x 69 mm.
Code: 51036Price: 18.00 GBP

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