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Forgotten tales of courage and valour: The Bucket Brigade

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  • July 09, 2020

    Research Fellow Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Col. D.P.K. Pillay’s article on Indian military’s role in the Korean conflict against China and North Korea in 1950, titled ‘Forgotten tales of courage and valour: The Bucket Brigade’ has been published in ‘The Economic Times’ on July 09, 2020. The article is in continuation to a series of articles on India’s hidden military history.

    India supported the UN Security Council Resolutions of June 25th and 27th, 1950, in naming North Korea as the aggressor. Mr Trygve Lie, the Secretary General of the United Nations—acting under provisions of the Security Council Resolution of July 7th, 1950 which requested UN Member States to furnish military assistance to repel the aggressor—asked India to send troops for peacekeeping operations, writes Col. Pillay.

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