Chindit 1943/44 The Chindits were a British India 'Special Force' that served in Burma. They were formed to put into effect Brigadier Orde Charles Wingate's, newly developed guerrilla warfare tactic of long-range penetration.The name was suggested by Captain Aung Thin (DSO) of the Burma Army. Chindit is a corrupted form of the Burmese mythical beast Chinthé or Chinthay, statues of which guarded Buddhist temples
circa 1943, Major General Orde Wingate the leader of the Chindits, The Chindits were the largest force of Allied Special Forces in World War Two, operating behind Japanese lines in Northern Burma, under the command of Major General Wingate
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Sepoy, 1st Sikh Infantry (Punjab Frontier Force) - This regiment, raised in 1846, was senior among the infantry regiments of the Punjab Frontier Force, that part of the Indian Army which had a special responsibility for keeping the peace on the North-West Frontier. It was one of the first Indian regiments to leave for China in 1900 and, with the 7th Rajputs, was the first of the British contingent to enter the besieged Legations at Peking.