3 edition of My Indian Mutiny diary found in the catalog.
My Indian Mutiny diary
Sir William Howard Russell
|Statement||edited with an essay on the Mutiny and its consequences by Michael Edwardes.|
|Contributions||Edwardes, Michael, 1923-|
2 See, M. L. Bhargava, Saga of Success and Failures, New Delhi, , S. B. Chaudhuri, English Historical Writings on the Indian Mutiny –9, Calcutta, , for a historiography and bibliography of the «mutiny».The causes of the uprising were and are contested. Imperial histories have tended to focus on the rumour that cartridges for new Enfield rifles had been greased with beef. Syed Ahmed Khan was one of the leading figures of Muslim India, and the Revolt of was the defining moment of his life. He wrote this analysis soon after he witnessed the brutal revenge the British took on Delhi once the Revolt was suppressed. His primary aim was to correct the misconception that the uprising was merely a Muslim s: 1.
Julian Spilsbury's book "The Indian Mutiny" is a very readable and informative guide to the sepoy mutiny of His style of writing is very clear and he concentrates on what is important rather than getting bogged down in too much detail. As a result this is a much shorter and more accesible account than say Saul David's book on the s: - Explore Eric Gruber von Arni's board "Indian Mutiny" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Mutiny, History, Indian history pins.
Indian Mutiny, widespread but unsuccessful rebellion begun in against British rule in India. It began when Indian troops (sepoys) in the service of Britain’s East India Company refused to use purportedly tainted weaponry. One consequence of the mutiny was . This book by a Scottish soldier of the 93rd, the Sutherland Highlanders concerns his experiences with his famous regiment during the bloody days of the Indian Mutiny in The 93rd had seen service in the Crimea when it was detailed to serve in China but found itself ashore in Calcutta on the sub-continent and on its way up country to.
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My Indian Mutiny Diary: Edited, with an Essay on the Mutiny and its Consequences, by Michael Edwardes. Russell, William Howard, Sir  [ Edwardes, Michael ].
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Includes a map and numerous illustrations within. A bookplate has been left to the front pastedown from the private library of the previous owner. First Edition. CONDITION. In a cloth binding with original paper wraps.
Externally, very smart with some bumping to the top and tail of. William Howard Russell was sent to India by The Times to report on the conflict of – known as the Indian Mutiny. His previous work was in the Crimean War and his exposés of conditions there led to the sending of Florence Nightingale and her nurses, improvements to supplies and conditions, and to the demand for military and administrative reform.
William Howard Russell writes in his memoir My Indian Mutiny Diary: “This Begam exhibits great energy and ability. She has excited all Oudh to take up the interests of her son, and the chiefs. A Lady's Indian Mutiny Diary by M H Ouvry,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
I never realized England lost control over most of India for almost 3 years. Unfortunately, the author's English bias resulted in alot of the information I would have found most interesting about the /5(6).
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30 Nov Paperback. US$ Add to basket A Diary. Thomas. Charles Ball wrote among the earliest books on the mutiny, History of the indian mutiny (c. ), and sets out the emphasis on British women being absused by Indians, underlining the hysterical tone to be adopted by much of the later literature.
In his description of the carnage at Kanpur, Ball sets out to verbalise some of the. My Story is a series of historical novels for children published by Scholastic UK.
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Twenty years ago, at an event in the Indian Embassy in Dublin, I overheard a conversation about the Mutiny of the Connaught Rangers in India in Intrigued, I looked up references to it the.
This book is something different. Written in the century bygone, it is a well documented series of events concluded in a hasty span of few years preceding the mutiny of It gives a wonderful explanation of events leading to the mutiny and Reviews: texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
National Emergency Library. Top My diary in India, in the year by Russell, William Howard, Sir, Publication date Topics India -- Description and travel Publisher.
Battles of the Indian Mutiny book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(1). These diaries provide us with a vivid insight into life in India during the Raj just prior to the Indian Mutiny ofduring the Mutiny and in the years shortly afterwards.
Although there were deeper social, religious and political reasons, it is generally believed that the immediate cause of the Mutiny, which began on 10 Maywas the. At the heart of the Indian mutiny. Mike Dash. AM BST 15 Oct Mike Dash reviews The Last Mughal: The Fall of a Dynasty, Delhi.
The British Empire - Indian Mutiny Google Books - Mutiny at Saharunpore. Recommended Reading "Indian Mutiny" by Saul David ISBN "My Indian Mutiny Diary" by WH Russell ISBN