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Had Shaeed Gen. Shahbheg Singh not fortified Harminder Sahib, it wouldnt have gone the distance. Gen. Shahbheg Singh knew how the army would work, Gen. Shahbheg Singh's area in the Pak war was Gurr

Karkoos were always on the move, besides even today not all houses in Punjab have phones, those phone booths you see over there stds werent that common in the 80s. I think they were using messengers

All journalism was blacked out and banned. These photos are either from someone from sangat with a camera, or journalists who were present at Sri Harmandar Sahib prior to the battle.

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All journalism was blacked out and banned.

These photos are either from someone from sangat with a camera, or journalists who were present at Sri Harmandar Sahib prior to the battle.

Possibly bro , theres a book on blue star called "diary de Pan-ar" meaning pages of the diary.

By Journo who is also a Singh, he was locked in while it was happening, and started to keep a diary.

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Whose that on the left, style of bagh is very different to that of the Singhs fighting in Harminder Sahibh at the battle.

Bra- Bru did say people from Pakistan came over to fight asgaint the indian army could the person there be one ?

It could be a Singh who isn't from Damdami Taksal.

There were many Sikhs who tied their paggs like that, it's a Panjabi thing.

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It could be a Singh who isn't from Damdami Taksal.

There were many Sikhs who tied their paggs like that, it's a Panjabi thing.

yeh true

wonder who took the pic, there were no phone cameras, nor digital ones in them days. it was one camera per house hold.

Its either a a Journo who slipped in, or someone from abroad visting Harminder Sahib.

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if cameras were around in 84 like they are today there would have been no end of documentation of Blue Star.

Bra and co scum though they are do Give Singhs alot of credit, had Saheed Gen. Shahbeg Singh not given the training or not bee around Blue Star would have been fiinished in one day.

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if cameras were around in 84 like they are today there would have been no end of documentation of Blue Star.

Bra and co scum though they are do Give Singhs alot of credit, had Saheed Gen. Shahbeg Singh not given the training or not bee around Blue Star would have been fiinished in one day.

I highly doubt that would be the case... Totally respect to General Shahbeg Singh, but Sant Giani Jarnail Singh Jee played an immense role.

Their words were enough to power a Singh to kill 100s of army soldiers.

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I highly doubt that would be the case... Totally respect to General Shahbeg Singh, but Sant Giani Jarnail Singh Jee played an immense role.

Their words were enough to power a Singh to kill 100s of army soldiers.

Had Shaeed Gen. Shahbheg Singh not fortified Harminder Sahib, it wouldnt have gone the distance.

Gen. Shahbheg Singh knew how the army would work, Gen. Shahbheg Singh's area in the Pak war was Gurriliar war fare, and he was a master of it. He had the experince and the knowledge.

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Had Shaeed Gen. Shahbheg Singh not fortified Harminder Sahib, it wouldnt have gone the distance.

Gen. Shahbheg Singh knew how the army would work, Gen. Shahbheg Singh's area in the Pak war was Gurriliar war fare, and he was a master of it. He had the experince and the knowledge.

I agree, bhai sahib :)

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Words boost people and up lift the fighters, but its not enough to take on a army which what the Singh done.

Had Gen Shahbeg Singh not been on the scene it could have been a walk over for the other side.

As soon as the army entered they were met with shots from Singhs from below, the army expected fire shot to come from above or the same level.

Shots from below are again signs of gurrila war fare, which is what Gen Shahbegh Singh was known for.

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After Blue star, ex army and Police did come on the other side and Join Singhs, Gen Labh Singh comes is one. They provided weapons and training.

There some unique Singhs who didnt need training, who were very good fighters, Like Bhai Monochaarl and Sukdev Singh Babbar, sure theres more but these come to mind.

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Thats Operation Black Thunder. This pic was posted on here before also.

Though so as well, I read an interview with KPS Gill where he said Ak-47 didn't come into Punjab until after 86 or 87 he said I think. Before that it was mostly older rifles looted from armories as police in india are limited to .308s from brit times no?

I notice in older photos it is rifles or shotguns.

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