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During the period of the British Raj, the Commander-in-Chief, India (often "Commander-in-Chief in or of India") was the supreme commander of the British Indian Army. The Commander-in-Chief and most of his staff were based at General Headquarters, India, and liaised with the civilian Governor-General of India. Following the Partition of India in 1947 and the creation of the independent dominions of India and Pakistan, the post was abolished. It was briefly replaced by the position of Supreme Commander of India and Pakistan before the role was abolished in November 1948. Subsequently, the role of Commander-in-Chief was merged into the offices of the Governors-General of India and Pakistan, respectively, before becoming part of the office of President of India from 1950, and of the President

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  • Commander-in-Chief, India
  • Liste der britischen Oberbefehlshaber in Indien
  • Comandante in capo dell'India
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  • Il comandante in capo dell'India fu il capo militare dell'amministrazione britannica dell'India e svolgeva il compito unitamente al governatore generale dell'India ma occupandosi più prettamente dell'aspetto militare dell'organizzazione. Egli era anche il capo del quartier generale dell'India (GHQ India). A seguito dell'indipendenza indiana l'incarico venne detenuto dal presidente della repubblica d'India che ad oggi è anche capo delle forze armate dello stato.
  • During the period of the British Raj, the Commander-in-Chief, India (often "Commander-in-Chief in or of India") was the supreme commander of the British Indian Army. The Commander-in-Chief and most of his staff were based at General Headquarters, India, and liaised with the civilian Governor-General of India. Following the Partition of India in 1947 and the creation of the independent dominions of India and Pakistan, the post was abolished. It was briefly replaced by the position of Supreme Commander of India and Pakistan before the role was abolished in November 1948. Subsequently, the role of Commander-in-Chief was merged into the offices of the Governors-General of India and Pakistan, respectively, before becoming part of the office of President of India from 1950, and of the President
  • Der Oberbefehlshaber in Indien (engl. Commander-in-chief in India) war der militärische Führer der Landstreitkräfte Indiens zur Zeit der Herrschaft durch die Britisch-Ostindische Gesellschaft (1748-1858) und der britischen Krone (Britisch-Indien) (1858-1947). Bis Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts wurde dieser Posten durch den Oberbefehlshaber der Bengal Army ausgeübt und hatte lediglich eine Aufsichtsfunktion, keine Befehlsgewalt über die anderen indischen Armeen. 1895 wurde dieser Posten von dem des Oberbefehlshabers der Bengal Army getrennt und ihm die Befehlsgewalt über alle indischen Armeen übertragen.
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