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Some memorable photographs from the 1965 war with India

On the 50th Defence of Pakistan Day, the Pakistan military’s public relations wing ISPR has released some memorable photographs of the campaign.

Here are some of the one’s specially selected for our readers. They include photographs of the Pakistani flag over various forts and posts captured inside Indian territory, of captured Indian tanks and other related military equipment, Indian prisoners of war and so on.

The full tranche of the photographs released by ISPR can be accessed here

 

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Pakistani soldiers stand in front of the Khem Karn railway station some 2-3 kilometres inside the Indian border (and a mere 8 kilometres from Kasur) during the 1965 war

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A signboard marking the India-Pakistan border in the Sindh-Rajasthan sector as seen during the 1965 war

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Pakistan army soldiers and volunteers outside Ghutaru Fort in Rajansthan some 20 kilometres inside India during the 1965 war

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The Ghotaru Fort (marked in red) is some 20 kilometres inside Indian territory

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Indian prisoner of war Subedar Jaswant Singh – taken during the 1965 war

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Indian prisoner of war Lieutenant Ravinder Iqbal Singh — taken during the 1965 war

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Indian army prisoners of war at a jail in Pakistan during the 1965 war

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Indian prisoners of war at a jail in Pakistan during the 1965 war

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Pakistan army officers and members of the Hur force outside the Keshangarh Fort over 10 kilometres inside Indian territory during the 1965 war

 

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