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Which Special Forces did India use during World War 2?

During World War II, the Indian Army played a vital role in the Allied forces’ efforts to defeat the Axis powers. The Indian Army’s Special Forces units, including the Chindits, the Gurkhas, and the Parachute Regiment, were particularly instrumental in conducting covert operations behind enemy lines, disrupting supply lines, gathering intelligence, and assisting in key battles. These units were known for their bravery, discipline, and endurance in extreme conditions. Despite facing many challenges, including harsh terrain, hostile environments, and fierce opposition, the Indian Army’s Special Forces made significant contributions to the war effort and helped turn the tide of the war in favor of the Allies. This essay will delve into the specific roles and accomplishments of the Indian Army’s Special Forces during World War II.
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Indian Long Range Squadron
14th Airlanding Brigade
50th Indian Parachute Brigade
77th Indian Parachute Brigade
2nd Indian Airborne Division
3rd Indian Division
44th Indian Airborne Division