Around 1,000 Polish children, many of them orphans, were hosted at camp Balachadi — the seaside summer resort of the then ruler — after they were allowed to leave the Soviet Union in 1942
The account by writer and historian Shrabani Basu is based on official papers at the National Archives and British Library.
Royle died Sunday at a Perth hospital following surgery on a hip fracture that he suffered in a fall in a nursing home three weeks ago, his son Gordon Royle said.
The play was a tragic comedy, pulling emotional chords in a subtle and amusing way.
Brian McCall spoke about the Indian commemoration programmes in the UK and also the plans for India for which he has been working for the last two years.
The Indian Army sent seven expeditionary forces to serve abroad.
Latvians celebrated Legionnaires Day by paying tribute to World War II veterans who fought alongside Nazi troops.
Cinema scholar Gertrud Koch tackles a grim chapter of film history – Nazi propaganda films
Prince Andrew,Duke of York,paid homage to hundreds of soldiers of the Allied forces who fell in the fierce battle of Kohima in 1944 in the Second World War,by placing a wreath at the Commonwealth War Cemetery in Kohima
The year was 1943. World War II was at its peak and the colonial governments policies to prevent a Japanese invasion of India had backfired.
Construction workers on a road expansion project detected the explosives with a metal detector and notified police.
Karzai is on his first visit to Hiroshima today ahead of the 65th anniversary of the US atomic bombing of the western Japanese city in World War II.
Support among Swedes for adopting the euro has plunged as the euro zone debt crisis deepened,with the number of opponents rising to the highest level in more than a decade,a poll showed on Tuesday.
Bananas and potatoes can prove really useful when it comes to polishing shoes,suggests updated version of the Second World War booklet Make Do and Mend.