- May 2011
- Navan, Ireland
Sorry not in the slightest bit emotional and I doubt that's the reason you don't take me seriously rather that I have the temerity to hold a contrary view to yours.Unfortunately, you seem too emotionally invested for me to take you seriously. Where did I claim that the British did not view them as good soldier material? I merely said that they were not special. Don't misrepresent me again.
You have continually claimed they were held in low regard and inferior to other soldiers so no I don't think I am misrepresenting you position.
Sorry is that a serious comment? so that you can not claim you are being miss-represented by me you are actually claiming that the Gurkha do not have a 'hallowed' or very good fighting record?Please show me this hallowed "fighting record'. I can show you the fighting record of many such groups. And I highly doubt the records of the post-1857 period would be highly reliable considering the prevalence of the debunked "martial race" theory.
Do a Google search and you will find plenty of examples.
They can take down tanks and fight battalions single-handedly.
There are very few sources on here just opinions and the only sources you have posted to support your opinions -- actually didn't say what you claimed they said!Yes it has. It is you who has yet to post a single source.