17th Dogra Regiment bayonet training, 1943 (c).
Photograph, World War Two, 1943 (c).
Recruits to the 17th Dogra Regiment practice their bayonet fighting techniques during their training at the regimental depot in Jullunder. The soldiers probably belonged to the 10th (Training) Battalion. During the Second World War soldiers from the 17th Dogras fought in Malaya (1941-1942) and Burma (1943-1945).
From a collection of 40 photographs showing scenes from the daily life of recruits to the 17th Dogra Regiment.
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National Army Museum, London
National Army Museum, Study collection
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