A melting pot of new ideals. Located near the catonement area of Karachi which was one of those last bastions of Imperialist Forces in British India. The Haydn Company in 1947 would have been frequented extensively by the British Armed Forces.

Her Regiments of Regular Front Line Volounteers, of Irishmen, Scot, Welsh and English.

Fresh from the Burma Campaign. Colonies of Hounerale Men, The 82nd (West Africa) Division. That Bristol Man they called Slim! Indian, Ghurka and Sikh. Together with her British Dominions, Canada & Australia.

Her Allies. The USA, France, Poland, including Communist Countries, Russia (USSR) and China.

The Haydn Company


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