Thousands of kilometres from home, on First World War battlefield in France, an Indian soldier composed a letter. “There is no telling whether the war will be over in two years or in three, for in one hour 10,000 men are killed. What more can I write?”

His name, like the names of so many other Indian soldiers on those battlefields, has disappeared from public memory. But his despondency, amid a war that he was dragged into, survived in his letter.

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