The Highest Altitude Battlefield
It was April 13th, 1984, when the Indian Armed Forces launched a military campaign on one of the most unlikely battlefields on earth: a glacier towering 6,500 meters above sea level.
Their mission was to take full control of the area, a remote and uninhabited stretch of the disputed territory known as the Karakoram range of the Himalayas that straddled the India/Pakistan border. The border in question was established in 1949 in the aftermath of Partition. It was conceived in the Karachi Agreement, which itself ended the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947, an armed conflict between the two newly independent nations for territory in the shared and highly disputed Kashmir region.
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