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Old 25th August 2005, 22:41
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Royal Indian Air Force in the Second World War

Dear All,

I am the webmaster of the unofficial Indian Air Force site at

We have a full fledged WW2 section hosted here

This talks about the Indian pilots and airmen who contributed to the allied war effort in WW2. We have traced out several surviving veterans and tried to record some of their expereinces for the site. We have also got an impressive collection of photos and other material that can be accessed above.

We also hope to have a complete list of indian officers who served in WW2 in a few months.

As always, we are always looking for suggestions to improve it. Equally important we are looking for contributions in terms of photographs, information etc that can be put up on our site.

Thanks and regards

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