3 edition of Operations of the British Army in Central India During the Rebellion of 1857 and 1858 found in the catalog.
August 30, 2002
by Naval & Military Press
Written in English
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Operations of the British Army in Central India During the Rebellion of and by Thomas Lowe (, Paperback) Be the first to write a review About this product Brand new: lowest price. The White Mutiny was the unrest that occurred at the dissolution of the "European Forces" of the British East India Company in India during the midth century in the wake of the Indian Rebellion of Sepoy Mutiny (Great Rebellion) the and insurrection by muslim and hindu mercenaries in the British army that spread throughout northern and central India before finally being crushed Suez Canal.
- Following the Indian Rebellion ofthe Company's remaining powers were transferred to the Crown. – The new British Raj - sovereignty extended to a.
In May soldiers of the Bengal army shot their British officers, and marched on Delhi. Their mutiny encouraged rebellion by considerable numbers of Indian.
Sepoy Mutiny, OnIndian soldiers of the British Indian Army, drawn mostly from Muslim units from Bengal, mutinied in Meerut, a cantonment eighty kilometers northeast of Delhi. The Indian mutiny of was a large-scale rebellion by soldiers in northern and central India against the East India Company's rule which was suppressed by the British.
The First War of Independence was the result of growing Indian distrust of the British in Britain referred to the war as the Sepoy Mutiny. During andvarious Indian and Asian soldiers fought either with or against the British.
The British ultimately prevailed, though the conflict and later reprisals killed hundreds of. 10 avr. - I ndian Mutiny, also called Sepoy Mutiny, widespread but unsuccessful rebellion against British rule in India in Begun in Meerut by Indian troop. The British Raj (Hindi for rule) under England's Queen Victoria began in after the Great Rebellion of and subsequent transfer, through an act of Parliament, of administrative power from.