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If there is a change of government in New Delhi, we will probably see many historical events presented in new garb. History is bunk, according to Henry Ford. It would be more accurate to say history is how the victor sees events and wants posterity to see them.

The Henderson Brooks Report remains in the news, but for the wrong reasons. A number of military historians and strategic analysts, including former Army and Navy Chiefs, have made their views public on the “leaked” report.

GMR