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The Bengal Horse Artillery 1800 1861

Author : Basil Perronet Hughes
ISBN : UOM:39015027427338
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White Mutiny

Author : Peter Stanley
ISBN : 1850653305
Genre : British
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This study traces the composition and culture of the British East India Company's Europeans in the 30 years preceding the Indian uprising of 1857, and the Europeans' protest against their subsequent incorporation into the British Army.

War Culture And Society In Early Modern South Asia 1740 1849

Author : Kaushik Roy
ISBN : 9781136790867
Genre : History
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This book argues that the role of the British East India Company in transforming warfare in South Asia has been overestimated. Although it agrees with conventional wisdom that, before the British, the nature of Indian society made it difficult for central authorities to establish themselves fully and develop a monopoly over armed force, the book argues that changes to warfare in South Asia were more gradual, and the result of more complicated socio-economic forces than has been hitherto acknowledged. The book covers the period from 1740, when the British first became a major power broker in south India, to 1849, when the British eliminated the last substantial indigenous kingdom in the sub-continent. Placing South Asian military history in a global, comparative context, it examines military innovations; armies and how they conducted themselves; navies and naval warfare; major Indian military powers - such as the Mysore and Khalsa kingdoms, the Maratha confederacy - and the British, explaining why they succeeded.

The British Soldier And His Libraries C 1822 1901

Author : Sharon Murphy
ISBN : 9781137550835
Genre : History
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The British Soldier and his Libraries, c. 1822-1901 considers the history of the libraries that the East India Company and Regular Army respectively established for soldiers during the nineteenth century. Drawing upon a wide range of material, including archival sources, official reports, and soldiers’ memoirs and letters, this book explores the motivations of those who were responsible for the setting up and/or operation of the libraries, and examines what they reveal about attitudes to military readers in particular and, more broadly, to working-class readers – and leisure – at this period. Murphy’s study also considers the contents of the libraries, identifying what kinds of works were provided for soldiers and where and how they read them. In so doing, The British Soldier and his Libraries, c. 1822-1901 affords another way of thinking about some of the key debates that mark book history today, and illuminates areas of interest to the general reader as well as to literary critics and military and cultural historians.

Kipling Sahib

Author : Charles Allen
ISBN : 9780349142159
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Rudyard Kipling was born in Bombay in 1865 and spent his early years there, before being sent, aged six, to England, a desperately unhappy experience. Charles Allen's great-grandfather brought the sixteen-year-old Kipling out to Lahore to work on The Civil and Military Gazette with the words 'Kipling will do', and thus set young Rudyard on his literary course. And so it was that at the start of the cold weather of 1882 he stepped ashore at Bombay on 18 October 1882 - 'a prince entering his kingdom'. He stayed for seven years during which he wrote the work that established him as a popular and critical, sometimes controversial, success. Charles Allen has written a brilliant account of those years - of an Indian childhood and coming of age, of abandonment in England, of family and Empire. He traces the Indian experiences of Kipling's parents, Lockwood and Alice and reveals what kind of culture the young writer was born into and then returned to when still a teenager. It is a work of fantastic sympathy for a man - though not blind to Kipling's failings - and the country he loved.

Insane Asylums In Bengal For The Year 1870

Author : J. CAMPBELL BROWN
ISBN : OXFORD:555060944
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From Recruit To Staff Sergeant

Author : N. W. Bancroft
ISBN : UOM:39015031995635
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Sons Of The Brave

Author : A. W. Cockerill
ISBN : UOM:39015047784437
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Søgeord: Boy Soldiers; Children as Soldiers; Drengesoldater; Terroristbevægelser; Soldaterlærlinge; Spejdere; Lads; Army Brats; A4 Soldiers; Apprentice Training Schools; Drummer-boys; Boy Constription; Boy's Infantry Battalion; Buglers; Infantry Junior Leaders Battalion; Boy Mounted Squadron; Scot Guards; Indiske Mytteri; Wellington;

Victoria S Wars

Author : Saul David
ISBN : 9780141904283
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In the early part of Queen Victoria's reign, the British Empire almost quintupled in size. It was well on the way to becoming the greatest empire the world had ever seen. This is the story of how it happened and the people who made it happen. In a fast-moving narrative that ranges from London to the harsh terrain of India, Russia and the Far East, Saul David shows how Britain ruthlessly exploited her position as the world's only superpower to expand her empire. Yet little of this territorial acquisition was planned or sanctioned by the home government. Instead it was largely the work of the men on the ground, and to those at home it really did seem that the empire was acquired in a 'fit of absence of mind'. Saul David creates a vivid portrait of life on the violent fringes of empire, and of the seemingly endless and brutal wars that were fought in the name of trade, civilization and the balance of power.

The Cornhill Magazine

Author : William Makepeace Thackeray
ISBN : UOM:39015030187689
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Journal Of The Society For Army Historical Research

Author : Society for Army Historical Research (London, England)
ISBN : UCAL:B4959309
Genre : Great Britain
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Regiments

Author : Roger Perkins
ISBN : UVA:X002573484
Genre : Armies
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Intended as a work of reference, this critical bibliography is a description of the historical records published by, or in the name of, all the military, para-military and police forces which served the British Empire and Commonwealth. It is based upon information received from 200 contributors and from contacts with 78 military libraries worldwide. It gives a listing of all such books, for all of the dominions, colonies, protectorates and mandated territories, from the time of Robert Clive's India through to 1993.

Rudyard Kipling

Author : Frederick Winston Furneaux Smith Earl of Birkenhead
ISBN : 0352305576
Genre : Authors, English
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Open Fire

Author : Basil Perronet Hughes
ISBN : UOM:39015001740490
Genre : Political Science
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Indian Army Uniforms Artillery Engineers And Infantry

Author : W. Y. Carman
ISBN : NWU:35556003749678
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Rank And File

Author : Tom Henderson McGuffie
ISBN : UVA:X002178465
Genre : Soldiers
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Selected writings of private soldiers, largely British, about their battle experiences or military life.

The Journal Of Military History

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105121646447
Genre : Electronic journals
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The House Of Blackwood 1804 1954

Author : Frank D. Tredrey
ISBN : UOM:39015033901102
Genre : Blackwood (William) and Sons ltd
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National Union Catalog

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ISBN : UIUC:30112027552493
Genre : Catalogs, Union
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Includes entries for maps and atlases.

From Hydaspes To Kargil

Author : Kaushik Roy
ISBN : UOM:39015060991075
Genre : Battles
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Warfare Has Determined The Fate Of India From The Dawn Of Civilization. Battles Like Arain And Panipat Have Altered The Course Of History. The Army Has Always Been One Of The Biggest Government Employers And The Military Constituted The Principal Item Of Expenditure For The State.

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