An Indian Air Force Officer writes about his childhood, life in Air Force, his posting to UK as an Assistant AttachAc during the purchase of the English Electric Canberra Bomber and The Sepecat Jaguar a Anglo -french ground attack aircraft, liasoning with arms companies for spares, assignment with British Royalty during their visit to India in 1961, borrowing a cannister of shaving foam from an American for a Russian General who does not shave himself, and other quaint idiosyncrasies of individuals and institutions, both in India and UK. There are humorous descriptions of antics of Indian politicians and bureaucrats of the time. A full chapter has been devoted to describe his duties as an Equerry-In-Waiting for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philips, the Duke of Edinburgh during their state Visit to India in January a March 1961. The book contains nine rare photographs of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh , during their visit to India in 1961.Talking about comics, during my undergraduate days, I wrote a full7length article entitled, a#39;Should Children Read Comics? ... why there should be a taboo on the reading of comics, as essentially it helps to kindle the reading habit in children. ... went to the ludicrous extent of stating that the American comics hero Superman was in actual fact a German named Von ... Most parents would recall, as children books with pictures were more fascinating and more in demand as compared toanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Indian Air Force Officer Recollects|
|Publisher||:||Frontier India Technology - 2014-06-15|