India’s Geostrategic Role in the System of Defence of the British Empire on the Eve of the Second World War
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This article has a deal with the role of India in the system of defence of the British Empire on the eve of the Second World War. The Indian Ocean was Mediterranean Sea of the British Empire and played an important role in the defence capability of Britain. India was the heart of the English military strategy at the area of The Indian Ocean.
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British Empire, centre of empire, colonies, India, english military strategy, World War II
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11.09.2014
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27.12.2014
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