*Fully Booked* Lecture and Curry Lunch – Slim Sahib

Slim Sahib – The early career of the Greatest British Gurkha Officer. 

From May 1920 until his command in Burma, Field Marshal Slim was an Indian Army officer. He was known by the rank and file as Slim Sahib, not Uncle Bill. As a result, when he led the huge 14th Army in Burma, comprising mostly Indian, Gurkha, and British troops, he already knew most of his key commanders as friends; he could speak the languages of his men and he understood how to inspire them . This presentation will trace the career of Captain WJ Slim from his first operation on the North West Frontier to his million-strong command in Burma, showing the importance of his twenty years in the Indian Army as a British Gurkha officer. 

Speakers: Bob Couldrey, John Mackinlay and Ray Pett.

This event is now fully booked however there will be an opportunity to view the lecture online in July 2021.

Date: 18th June 2021

Time: 10.30

Cost: 35.00

Purchase Tickets

*Fully Booked* Lecture and Curry Lunch – Slim Sahib

This error message is only visible to WordPress admins

Error: API requests are being delayed for this account. New posts will not be retrieved.

Log in as an administrator and view the Instagram Feed settings page for more details.

© The Gurkha Museum Trust Winchester - Registered Charity Number 1169920 (formerly 272426)