I've been reading an old letter from Peshawar (India now Pakistan) in April 1930 from Owen West of 1st Armoured Car Company. It appears they were on a 'peace-keeping' mission. He describes an incident when they were in a riot situation and a despatch rider was knocked from his machine, had a petrol soaked carpet thrown over him and was burnt alive. Can anyone cast any light on what 'we' were doing there? It's an interesting read.