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Facts about 1962 Sino-Indian war

1962 Sino-Indian war PHOTOS:

The 32-day war in 1962 did not settle matters because China's dramatic triumph only sowed the seeds of greater rivalry but Australian journalist Neville Maxwell said the real fact India’s China war was a unilateral act of passive-aggressive folly by Jawaharlal Nehru’s government.Controversial Henderson Brooks report on the 1962 Indo-China war, veteran Australian journalist Neville Maxwell said " Ihope to achieve what I have been trying to do for nearly 50 years! To rid Indian opinion of the induceddelusion that in 1962 India was the victim of an unprovokedsurprise Chinese aggression, to make people in India see thatthe truth was that it was mistakes by the Indian government,specifically Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, that forced thewar on China. Parts of the still-classified Henderson Brooks Report (HBR), accessed by Maxwell, have found serious faults with Jawaharlal Nehru's Forward Policy and the Indian Army for carrying it out without the necessary wherewithal.