Royal Indian Navy Mutiny 1946 (Reference and Guide for All) by Biswanath Bose

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These small and big guns were charged with shells. The guns were pointed towards the jetty.... " Suddenly, a splinter hit my thigh and I became almost unconscious. Had the firing· continued for a little while I would have been either burnt in the fire or wounded by the bullets. HMIS Hindustan had caught fire. - White clothes w~re thrown up from the deck below as an indication of surrender. Then the firing stopped from the side of the jetty also. After receiving treatment for 15 days in the hospital, we were sent to the War Prisoners' Camp at Malir.

DSS-Doekyard Signal Station Dockyard Signal Station was being used as the base for transmitting the important messages prepared under secret codes to ships and shore establishments. DSS also intercepted quite a large number of messages exchanged between the authorities and BBC in London or Royal Navy base 34 RIN MUTINY: 1946 there. s were withheld for the ratings to know and wrong and mutilated messages were released by the signallers. This act of the ratings also upset the authorities to a great extent.

Marcus seems to be a genius as he foresees the odds and advantages in the sea battle mice visualised by Admiral Nelson-a pupil to St. Vincent, famous sailor who forged into for victory through naval infrastructure-describing it aptly as the triple laurels, over the enemy, mutineer-and the corrupt the definite advantages and poverty, inaccuracy and indiscipline are just the reverse. ' An~ again: 'a superdllious, condescending and occasionally discourteous treatment from academic circles that was received by the Naval History of England'.

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