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Indian Army Sergeant  based in Dornoch WW2
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Indian Army Sergeant based in Dornoch WW2

Monochrome photograph of an Indian Army Sergeant with turban head-dress serving in Dornoch during World War 2. There was an Indian Army Service Corps Mule Company based in the town.
Picture added on 29 October 2013 at 12:33
Comments:
What a lovely photograph. This man is a Havildar or Daffadar (sergeant). His spectacles suggest he might be a clerk or something similar. It looks like he's sitting in front of a radio, so this is in somebody's home. not a photographic studio. If anyone has any more information about him, I'd be very happy to hear from you, as I'm researching these soldiers at Exeter university - gb350@ex.ac.uk ~ Many thanks for your comment. ~ Administrator.
Added by Ghee Bowman on 26 August 2016
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