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I had a quick look through my copy of Palsokar's book but couldn't find the illustration you referred to

Facing Page 113 "A Dogra soldier, 37th Dogras, 1920" And he's wearing a 1939-45 Star ribbon and a Burma Star ribbon!

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Facing Page 113 "A Dogra soldier, 37th Dogras, 1920" And he's wearing a 1939-45 Star ribbon and a Burma Star ribbon!

Yes, I see it now (tucked behind L/Nk Lala) and it certainly looks like the 2 ribbons you've mentioned. Hopefully there aren't many "less obvious" mistakes/missprints throughout.

Cheers

Rod

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Saw one for sale for the first time few days ago, online - going for ?30.

Ouch. Need to pick up several this summer, then. They used to be available by the kilo, literally.

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