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WATERSHED 1967 INDIA'S FORGOTTEN VICTORY OVER CHINA|PROBAL DASGUPTAIBOOK REVIEW

Updated: Apr 16




Are you a fan of historical books, and you love to read how diplomacy, perception, and war works.

Then Watershed 1967: India’s Forgotten Victory Over China is a must-read for you.



Written by Probal Dasgupta, an ex-Indian Army officer who served in the Gorkha Regiment for several years, this book will remind you about the fight of Bengal Tiger and Dragon.






This book reminds you about the two fights of Nathu La and Cho La that happened in 1967 and shaped the fate of three nations- India, China, and Pakistan.

Once you read the story, you will be more aware of how important Sikkim is for India and how important the Doklam plateau is.

This book is a homage to the exceptional fighting ability of the Gorkha soldiers, the broad vision of the Indian military, and of power struggles of different nations.

Overall it is a must-read for all the history buffs and Indian patriots.

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