Field Marshall Sam Hormusji Framji Jamshedji Manekshaw

It was during the World War II that a young captain in the 4/12 Frontier Force regiment, Indian Army, was leading his battalion as a Company Commander against the invading Japanese. A raging battle on the Sittang Bridge near Sittang River in Myanmar kept both the sides on their toes. The young company commander, even though severely injured with multiple wounds in the stomach caused by light machine gun’s bullets, was staring straight into the face of the enemy, stern; managing

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