Ahad e Lord Mountbatten

Ahad e Lord Mountbatten

Ahad e Lord Mountbatten

By: Alan Campbell Johnson


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Jan, 01 2020
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In July 1942, I was suddenly promoted to Air Public Relations Officer in the staff of Lord Mountbatten. Probably a factor as to why they're doing so poorly in the Royal Air Force. Fifteen months later, when he was appointed Supreme Allied Commander for Southeast Asia, he gave me full charge of his InterCommand and InterRecord section. They brought me to this place not only to keep them informed through official documents, but also to involve me in their high-level meetings and weekly interviews so that I could record them as background. Do Meanwhile, he was offered the post of Viceroy of India. Since I was a part of Mountbatten's machine. So they made me their press attach. Coincidentally, not all the Viceroys in India had the post of Press Attachhi in their staff before. The basis of this book I have placed it on my notes, letters and memoirs and its purpose is merely to tell the story of the era in which powers were transferred to India. I have provided material for future history in my diaries, they do not state the date. At the same time, these diaries are a kind of eyewitness account. They have not issued a "second decision or fatwa" on India. The storms of events I have gone through or the personalities I have picked up are so close to me that I cannot analyze these events and personalities. Personally, I think the benefit of the analysis could have come if the atmosphere had been more conducive, and the Araka we had expressed would have been appreciated. If you feel my urgency in these diaries, the biggest reason is that the pace of our work was very fast and if there is no continuity and order in them, then the main reasons are the problems.

(Alan Campbell Johnson)
About the Author:

Alan Campbell Johnson's (July 16, 1913-January 25, 1998) career spanned four levels: authorship, politics, journalism, and public relations. He graduated from Westminster School and Christchurch Oxford. From 1937 to 1940, Sir Archie Bald Sinclair also served as the Liberal leader's political secretary. During this time he also wrote detailed biographies of Anthony Eden and Lord Halifax. He was also praised by Sir Steven Churchill for the latter writing. He spent four years in the Royal Air Force (RAF) during World War II (1939-45). During the Combined Operations, he also served as Head of Record Staff at Lord Mountbatten's Headquarters and served as Officer-in-Charge of the Interlord Records Section at Southeast Asia Command. He also twice ran for office on a Liberal Party ticket from Salisbury. He is a well-known broadcaster and public relations officer He was also a founding member and managing director of the consulting firm. The company provided services to prominent British and other international businesses. "Mission with Mountbatten" is the story of Alan Campbell Johns' third expedition with Lord Mountbatten, when he was Mountbatten's press attach سے since 1947, the last viceroy of India and the first constitutional governor-general. It was during this period that the book was compiled with the help of notes in his diary, which first appeared in 1951. Alan Campbell died in the United Kingdom on January 25, 1998 at the age of 85. Alan Campbell joins Johnson's third campaign with Lord Mountbatten, when he was Mountbatten's press attach سے, India's last viceroy and first constitutional governor-general since 1947. It was during this period that the book was compiled with the help of notes in his diary, which first appeared in 1951. Alan Campbell died in the United Kingdom on January 25, 1998 at the age of 85. Alan Campbell Johns' third campaign with Lord Mountbatten dates back to 1947, when he was Mountbatten's press attach سے, India's last viceroy and first constitutional governor-general since 1947. It was during this period that the book was compiled with the help of notes in his diary, which first appeared in 1951. Alan Campbell died in the United Kingdom on January 25, 1998 at the age of 85.