Military Of Nepal Gurkhas
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- The Victoria Cross and the Nepali Gurkhas
- favourite was of cours_e the 'Gurkhas of Nepal whom they were Speech by Sir John French at Nauve Chapelle, Civil and Military Gazette. June 3, 1915, p.
- Chapter 14 International Migration and Citizenship in Nep…
- had exceeded 200000, and of these 55000 were enlisted in the regular Gurkha battalions of the. Indian army.
- BRITISH GURKHAS NEPAL - Army
- British Gurkhas Nepal (Kathmandu, Pokhara and Dharan). The Indian Army Gurkha Brigade.
- CHAPTER 15 SECTION 2A – PERSONS SEEKING SETTLEMENT
- policy in respect of Gurkhas.
Suggested Web Resources
- Gurkha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Gurkha are people from Nepal who take their name from the 8th century Hindu warrior-saint Guru Gorakhnath.
- Nepalese Armed Forces - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Nepal is also notable for the Gurkhas.
- British Gurkhas Nepal - British Army Website
- Headquarters British Gurkhas Nepal (BGN) is situated in Jawalakhel, Patan, just south of the river from central Kathmandu.
- BBC News - Who are the Gurkhas?
- Jul 27, 2010 Gurkhas have been fighting as part of the British Army for almost 200 years, but who are these fearsome Nepalese fighters?
- British Army recruit Gurkha soldiers in Nepal - Michael Palin for BBC
- Sep 17, 2007 Strange and unexplained events interrupt the first day of recruitment for the British Army in Nepal.
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