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Who led the women's battalion of the Indian National Army?

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Asked by Flying Saucer, 16 Feb 10:51 am
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Captain Lahshmi Swaminathan.
Answered by amitava duttamajumdar, 16 Feb 12:29 pm

 
  
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Mme Arno organized a regiment of Parisian women to fight the Germans in one thousand, nine hundred and fifteen. ',
source Women Warriors of the twentyth Century

Helene Dutreux was the first of a number of women the French government officially permitted to become military pilots during WW I. one thousand, nine hundred and fourteen-one thousand, nine hundred and eighteen
More than two hundred women fought in the Polish legion in one thousand, nine hundred and sixteen, among them were Sophie Jowanowitsch and Stanislawa Ordynska. Israeli soldier one thousand, nine hundred and fortys
Countess Markievicz Constance Georgina Gore-Booth fought in the Easter Rising of one thousand, nine hundred and sixteen in Ireland as well as the Civil War which followed the partition of Ireland. She was the MP for Dublin St. Patrick's from one thousand, nine hundred and eighteen to one thousand, nine hundred and twenty-two.
source About.com Modern History of Ireland

Flora Sanders, an Englishwom ...more
Answered by Mickey, 16 Feb 10:56 am

 
  
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