The Great Indian Mutiny

The Great Indian Mutiny An account of the Sepoy rebellion

  • Title: The Great Indian Mutiny
  • Author: Richard Collier
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
  • An account of the Sepoy rebellion.

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    About “Richard Collier

    • Richard Collier

      British historian, was born in London, England in 1924 He joined the Royal Air Force at eighteen after that, as a war correspondent, he traveled throughout the Far East He has worked on numerous British and American magazines and has written than half a dozen books about the Second World War Few of them are The sands of Dunkirk, 1961, Duce A biography of Benito Mussolini, 1971, and The war in the desert, 1977.



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    • This book is a unique picture of one of the worst disasters in British Imperial history. In 1857, the East India Company (popularly called John Company) was the landlord of India and was a nest of mismanagement and corruption.eir glory days had passed and unrest was stirring. On May 10, 1857 a group of troops were jailed for refusing to use the cartridges supplied for the new Enfield rifle, which they believed were greased with fat from animals that were forbidden to both Moslems and Hindus. Thi [...]


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