Fazal Din

Fazal Din

In 1945, a British Indian Army soldier named Fazal Din was impaled by the sword of a Japanese officer. He pulled out the sword, killed the officer who stabbed him and another enemy soldier, destroyed an entire enemy position, and walked 25 yards with a hole in his chest to deliver his report. He was taken to the Regimental Aid Post, but he did not survive.

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