Bengal mutiny

the story of the Sepoy rebellion by George Dangerfield

Publisher: Hutchinson in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 286 Downloads: 341
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Subjects:

  • India -- History -- Sepoy Rebellion, 1857-1858,
  • Delhi (India) -- Siege, 1857,
  • Kānpur (India) -- Siege, 1857,
  • Lucknow (India) -- History -- Siege, 1857
The Physical Object
Pagination286 p. ;
Number of Pages286
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Open LibraryOL17935225M

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Unlike The Strange Death, which made Dangerfield’s reputation, The Bengal Mutiny is frequently missing from lists of Dangerfield’s works, though it is every bit as good a read.

The Bengal Mutiny of the title is the Sepoy Mutiny ofotherwise known as the Great Indian Mutiny and in more recent times, the First Indian War of Independence/5(4).

Unlike The Strange Death, which made Dangerfield’s reputation, The Bengal Mutiny is frequently missing from lists of Dangerfield’s works, though it is every bit as good a read.

The Bengal Mutiny of the title is the Sepoy Mutiny ofotherwise known as the Great Indian Mutiny and in more recent times, the First Indian War of Independence/5. India - India - The mutiny and great revolt of – When soldiers of the Bengal army mutinied in Meerut ontension had been growing for some time.

The immediate cause of military disaffection was the deployment of the new breech-loading Enfield rifle, the cartridge of which was purportedly greased with pork and beef fat.

The Mutiny of the Bengal Army. London: Bosworth and Harrison. Stanley, Peter, White Mutiny: British Military Culture in India –75 (Christopher Hurst, London, ). J.B.M. Frederick, Lineage Book of British Land Forces –, Vol II, Wakefield, Microform Academic,ISBN XBranch: British Indian Army.

The following was the distribution of castes in the 34 th regiment at the time of its recent mutiny and disbandment:—BrahminsRajpootsHindus of inferior casteMussulmansSi Christians (drummers, &c.), 12; total The 19 th.

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Bengal mutiny: the story of the Sepoy rebellion. George Dangerfield. Harcourt, Brace and company, - Delhi (India) - pages.

0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are Allahabad Amballa Anson army arrived artillery attack Bagh Barnard Barrackpore battery Beebee-ghar began Benares Bengal Bithoor boats brigade British brought.

The Mutiny of the Bengal Army An Historical Narrative by Colonel George Bruce Malleson. ebook and he was engaged with accounts at Calcutta during the mutiny. He wrote 'The Mutiny of the Bengal Army,' which was published anonymously inand was known as 'the red pamphlet.' See Book Description.

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Free shipping for many products. The five years during which Halliday held the office were momentous ones in the history of Bengal. They included the Santal Rebellion and the Sepoy Mutiny, the Education Despatch of which provided for the establishment of Calcutta University, and the Hindu Widow’s Remarriage Act, a landmark in social reform.

Although Halliday did. In The Indian Mutiny: Saul David explores one of Britain's most harrowing colonial battles. In the native troops of the Bengal army rose against their colonial masters.

The ensuing insurrection was to become the bloodiest in the history of the British ing formidable storytelling with ground-breaking research, Saul David narrates a tale at once4/5. First Edition. from the foreword: "On Sunday,a mutiny broke out in the Indian Presidency of Bengal.

By August the mutiny had settled into war. England -- Victoria's pompous, stolid Christian England -- sprang up in an ecstasy of outrage, to answer murder with mass murder, and hate with a demonical fury of hate.

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The 19th were disbanded, and in the opinion of the Government a lesson had been thereby read to the Sepoys which they would not easily forget. They argued that Lord Ellenborough, by the disbandment of a regiment in (the 34th Native Infantry), had repressed a mutiny; and that Sir Charles Napier, by a similar measure inhad effected the same.

The Mutiny Of The Bengal Army: An Historical Narrative [Two volumes in One] [Illustrated Edition] by Colonel George Bruce Malleson. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Normanby Press.

This chapter is about Alfred Light, Bengal Artillery, from 11 Juneand his part in the Indian Mutiny, and subsequent career toretiring as Major-General. Light is also mentioned, with a photograph, Page 15 of Sir Evelyn Wood's book, The Revolt in. Top 10 books about the British in India which shocked public opinion “at home” as much as the mutiny itself.

Hibbert’s book is the best short account of those terrible months. 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 the establishment of direct British governance of India. Volume 2 of A few words anent the 'red' pamphlet [The mutiny of the Bengal army, by G.B. Malleson] by one who has served under the marquis of Dalhousie [C.

Allen], Charles Allen (of the Bengal civil service.) Author: Charles Allen (of the Bengal civil service.) Edition: 3: Published: Original from: Oxford University: Digitized: May   I purpose to write an historical narrative of the rise, progress, and termination of the mutiny and revolt of the Bengal Army.

It will be my object to expose, in the first instance, the causes of the disaffection, to state then the consequences to which that disaffection led, and to conclude by pointing out the remedies which ought to be adopted to ensure the country.

Available now at - ISBN: - Hardcover - Manohar Publishers & Distributors - - Book Condition: New - In the Indian troops of the Bengal Army rose against their Colonial masters. They were quickly joined by tens of thousands of discontented civilians in what was to become the bloodiest insurrection in the History of the British Empire.

An Indian politician has put Winston Churchill in the same category as some of “the worst genocidal dictators” of the 20th century because of his complicity in. The Indian Rebellion of was a major, but ultimately unsuccessful, uprising in India in –58 against the rule of the British East India Company, which functioned as a sovereign power on behalf of the British Crown.

The rebellion began on 10 May in the form of a mutiny of sepoys of the Company's army in the garrison town of Meerut, 40 mi (64 km) northeast of.

This book is most certainly for the well-read scholar of the Indian Mutiny who may be looking for current interpretation of the Indian Army but is also recommended to undergraduates who may be looking for a more modern interpretation of the events of the mutiny and its affect on the structure of the post-Mutiny Indian (Bengal) Army.

This book. Chapter 11 – Bengal, – Condition of India after the battle of Paniput, The announcement of the order was the signal for mutiny, and a universal combination was formed to compel Clive to retract it. A committee of secrecy was organized in each of the three brigades, and a fund created to reimburse officers for any loss they.

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The revolt. The revolt started from the villages of - Gobindapur and Chaugacha in Krishnanagar, Nadia district, where Bishnucharan Biswas and Digambar Biswas first led the rebellion against the planters in Bengal, It spread rapidly in Murshitdabad, Birbhum, Burdwan, Pabna, Khulna, and Narail.

Some indigo planters were given a public trial and executed. About this Item: N & M Press reprint (original ). + pp maps +illustrations. An account of the Indian Mutiny in by a British participant.

The author, Col. Bourchier of the Bengal Horse Artillery, describes the British siege and storming of Delhi - including the foiling of a fiendish plan to intoxicate the besieging forces; the defeat of the mutineers at Agra; the siege.This book provides an overview of the component cavalry regiments in the years between the Great Mutiny of and the outbreak of World War I.

Numerous contemporary photographs and eight colour plates offer a rare glimpse into the distinctive uniforms of the cavalry. Bengal Cavalry Regiments – Men-at-Arms 91 Author: Ronald.The Indian Rebellion of is also called the Indian Mutiny, the Sepoy Mutiny, India's First War of Independence or India's first struggle for began on 10 May at Meerut, as a mutiny of sepoys of the British East India Company's army.

Sepoys in the Presidency of Bengal revolted against their British : Rebellion stopped, End of the Mughal .