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27 Jun 1942

India
30 Jun 1942

India
17 Jul 1942

India
3 Aug 1942

India
4 Aug 1942

India
26 Aug 1942

India
  • The official General Order No. 1 establishing Ramgarh Training Center in India was issued, although courses had already began on 3 Aug 1942. ww2dbase [Ramgarh Training Center | Ramgarh, Bihar | CPC]
15 Sep 1942

India
  • General Order No. 4 issued at Ramgarh Training Center in India established a headquarters, a headquarters detachment, an infantry section, an artillery section, and a Chinese language section. ww2dbase [Ramgarh Training Center | Ramgarh, Bihar | CPC]
1 Nov 1942

India
23 Nov 1942

India
25 Nov 1942

India
  • Ramgarh Trainin Center in India established a special units section; it was to absorb the previously established Chinese language section. ww2dbase [Ramgarh Training Center | Ramgarh, Bihar | CPC]
4 Jul 1943

India
1 Oct 1943

India
  • A Chinese heavy mortar regiment arrived at Ramgarh Training Center in India for training. Additionally, Chinese 1st Provisional Tank Group was formed at Ramgarh under the command of US Army Colonel Rothwell Brown; it consisted of 1,800 Chinese officers and men and 231 US officers and men, operating between 100 to 125 US-built M3A3 Stuart light tanks. ww2dbase [Ramgarh Training Center | Ramgarh, Bihar | CPC]
16 Dec 1943

Photo(s) dated 16 Dec 1943
US Army instructors conducting machine gun training for Chinese troops, Ramgarh Training Center, Bihar, India, 16 Dec 1943

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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