Thimayya: An Amazing Life
Thimayya was the only Indian who commanded a brigade in World War II and later in Japan as part of the occupation force. He was the only Indian General who was invited to the Japanese surrender ceremony in Singapore; and after whom a boulevard is named in Nicosia, Cyprus, and whose Government also issued a special stamp is his memory.
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