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'A Corner of Pakistan in Scotland'  - Force K6 RIASC in Europe
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'A Corner of Pakistan in Scotland' - Force K6 RIASC in Europe

Copy of an article (28 pages) by Hamish Johnston for the Highland Family History Society Journal about Force K6, the Indian Contingent of the Royal Indian Army Service Corps in Europe from 1939 to 1944, with particular reference to its time in Scotland 1942/43. This account does refer to an RIASC Reinforcement Unit based in Dornoch and a Mule Company at Lonemore. © Hamish Johnston 2012 and photographs in Part 2 © Imperial War Museum.
Picture added on 16 May 2012 at 14:44
Comments:
Would it be possible to have a copy of these articles on Force K6? Happy to make a donation. I run a Website on 70th Infantry Brigade in which these units feature.

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Added by Mr John L Dixon on 31 May 2017
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