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Old 04-08-17, 08:47 PM
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Cannot quite read the precise location in India, inscribed on the reverse of this photo...



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JT, the hospital was in Kasauli.
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Old 05-08-17, 05:03 AM
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Great photo, I took the attached ( much later dated ) photo on my recent visit to the Museum.I cannot remember hearing of the Kings Regiment Indian Platoon before.

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Old 05-08-17, 05:45 AM
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JT, the hospital was in Kasauli.
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Great photo, I took the attached ( much later dated ) photo on my recent visit to the Museum. I cannot remember hearing of the Kings Regiment Indian Platoon before.

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Nice picture, Peter. Thanks for posting.

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Great photo, I took the attached ( much later dated ) photo on my recent visit to the Museum.I cannot remember hearing of the Kings Regiment Indian Platoon before.

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Hello Peter, I'm not sure when the policy began, or how long it lasted for, but all the British infantry battalions had an Indian platoon at that time. I seem to recall that they worked under the officer commanding HQ Company when there was one and under the QM when there wasn't.
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