While World War I raged in Europe, a cunning German naval officer touched off a bloody rebellion in Singapore

Gray, Edwyn
December 1998
Military History;Dec98, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p30
Recounts the role of Har Dyal, chief adviser on Indian affairs appointed by the German foreign office, in the bloody rebellion in Singapore on February 15, 1915. Involvement of India's 5th Light Infantry Regiment in that uprising; Works of religious agitators in overthrowing Britain's hold over India; Information on Ghadr, a nationalist movement founded by Har Dyal.


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