Indian mutiny: a collection of contemporary documents.

by John Langdon-Davies

Publisher: Cape in London

Written in English
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  • India -- History -- Sepoy Rebellion, 1857-1858 -- Sources.

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SeriesJackdaw, no. 22
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LC ClassificationsDS478.A1 L3
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL6014642M
LC Control Number66071527
OCLC/WorldCa411759

  In the annals of modern Indian history, the year was a watershed year when Robert Clive defeated Siraj ud - Daulah of Bengal at the Battle of .   (L) This print of The Twelve Caesars is the oldest in the lot; (R) Lt Kerr earned the Victoria Cross during the Indian mutiny, according to a visual from a book about the uprising. The Connaught Rangers Mutiny India, July Published in 20th-century / Contemporary History, Issue 1 (Spring ), News, Revolutionary Period , Volume 6. Among the large number of departmental records made available to researchers in early January this year was one bulky file from containing correspondence relating to the repatriation of the remains of the Connaught Rangers. The collection was first published in It comprises some of Self's commissioned work as well as a number of stories written specially for the anthology. As with Self's other collections the stories deal with post modern ideas and situations with Zack Busner reappearing in a number of the : Will Self.

  Felice Beato was the first photographer to devote himself entirely to photographing in Asia and the Near East. He photographed in Japan, India, Athens, Constantinople, the Crimea, and Palestine, including hundreds of ethnographic portraits and genre scenes in Japan (), the Opium War in China in , and the Sudanese colonial wars in , the Indian Mutiny and its aftermath, and Author: Erin Owens. The Indian Rebellion of began as a mutiny of sepoys of the East India Company's army on 10 May , in the town of Meerut, and soon escalated into other mutinies and civilian rebellions largely in the upper Gangetic plain and central India, with the major hostilities confined to present-day Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, northern Madhya Pradesh, and the Delhi region.[3]. Short Introduction to Collections | National Archives of India, The National Archives of India is the custodian of the records of enduring value of the Government of India. Established on 11 March, at Calcutta (Kolkata) as the Imperial Record Department, it is the biggest archival repository in South Asia. It has a vast corpus of records viz., public records, private papers, oriental. There are currently no remarkable sources and exact evidence of a british soldier participating in indian sepoy mutiny. However many senior british officers morally supported indian freedom activists in s due to khilafat movement. Also many of.

The Hindi–Urdu controversy arose in 19th century colonial India out of the debate over whether the Hindi or Urdu languages should be chosen as a national language.. Hindi and Urdu are mutually intelligible as spoken languages, to the extent that they are sometimes considered to be dialects or registers of a single spoken language referred to as Hindi-Urdu or sometimes Hindustani.   Christoper Hibbert's book The Great Mutiny (), still considered by many as the best English-language, single-volume study of the events of , only contains three pages about : Geoffrey Macnab. The Ghadar Mutiny (: ग़दर राज्य-क्रान्ति, غدر ریاست - کرانتی Ġadara Rājya-krānti), also known as the Ghadar Conspiracy, was a plan to initiate a pan-Indian mutiny in the British Indian Army in February to end the British Raj in India. The plot originated at the onset of World War I, between the Ghadar Party in the United States, the. A collection of eccentric poetry written for a contemporary audience. Its odd and riveting tales will surely enthuse and boggle the reader. Biting the Bullet: The Effect of Equipment in the Sepoy Rebellion its Changes in Post-Mutiny India by William Lucht.

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1 (Classic Reprint). I usually enjoy a good British Empire read and this book is an expansive, detailed description of the Indian Mutiny of the mid 's. It's well written from a contemporary's view of what transpired and gives an interesting perspective of the Imperial and Colonial mindset of this period of by: Most of the book is taken up with a story about the plight of the British members of a small garrison, during the Indian Mutiny.

The second story is about half as long, and is a well-written and extremely plausible story about a house owned by an old gentleman of ancient lineage, where there is a collection of gold plate which was said.

Newly illustrated throughout with contemporary maps, portraits, photographs and engravings, this is G.B. Malleson’s concise and authoritative account of the Indian Mutiny of This detailed version of the events of is based on the evidence of the time, using the official documents, personal letters and private journals of those /5(72).

The book does follow the British point of view far more than the Indian one, perhaps because sources for the British point of view are much easier to find. There are also some other slight flaws, the end is a bit weak, but this is a book about the Great Mutiny not the aftermath of the Mutiny, or, really, the Honourable East India Company.4/4(20).

‘This well-researched book breaks new ground by tracing the impact of, and local responses to, the Indian uprising of throughout the British Empire. Focusing on the interaction between local politics and imperial networks of information, Bender effectively re-examines the 'Mutiny' as a.

Indian Rebellion of Primary Sources. Guide to sources on the Sepoy Mutiny of in colonial India A collection of rare books Indian mutiny: a collection of contemporary documents.

book manuscripts is available at Rare Books Special official and private papers, letters, sketches, paintings and original Indian documents containing histories and literary works.

See the India Uprising Author: Gary Hausman. Top 10 books about the British in India. If you ask any Indian writer which English book which shocked public opinion “at home” as much as the mutiny itself.

Hibbert’s book is the. Library | National Archives of India, The National Archives of India is the custodian of the records of enduring value of the Government of India.

Established on 11 March, at Calcutta (Kolkata) as the Imperial Record Department, it is the biggest archival repository in South Asia. It has a vast corpus of records viz., public records, private papers, oriental records, cartographic records.

Texts. PART ONE: PRECURSORS OF THE MUTINY British Attitudes and Actions Signs of Unrest and Disaffection. PART TWO: IMMEDIATE EVENTS [] Indian Responses White Responses Global Responses PART THREE: THE IMPACT OF THE MUTINY Revizualising and Reimagining the Mutiny Sacred Spaces & Contested Sites.

The mutiny as seen by a Lancer's wife This account, which briefly covers life in India immediately preceding the Indian Mutiny, was originally titled A Lady's Life Before and During the Indian Mutiny.

The 'red' year of was an Author: George Bruce Malleson. The Indian Mutiny of Paperback, Hardcover Colonel G.B. Malleson’s definitive history of the mutiny against British rule in India is more than just a narrative of the dreadful events of and the insanity of colonialism, but also provides now-suppressed insights into race, racial psychology and the true causes of interracial conflict.

This dissertation comprises a novel and a critical study. It is an exploration of the possible literary and historical representations of the Horne narratives, a collection of documents from the Indian uprising.

Amy Horne, a young woman of mixed European and Indian descent, was a survivor of the massacre at Cawnpore. Converted to Islam and married to an Indian soldier, she spent ten. The Indian Mutiny: a collection of contemporary documents by John Langdon-Davies: A collection of contemporary documents (Jackdaws,no) The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field.

Enter the name of the series to add the book. Patiala, Octo GANDA SINGH 8 THE INDIAN MUTINY OF AND THE SIKHS PART I UNDESERVED PRAISE The Mutiny at Meerut onwhich later became widespread and developed into a revolt in some parts of the U.P. and neighbouring territories, has been called by some writers 'the Indian War of Independence'.

Kaye's and Malleson's History of the Indian Mutiny of 8 6 Volume Set: Kaye's and Malleson's History of the Indian Mutiny of ÔÇô8 6 Volume Set Collection - Naval and Military History) by Edited by George Bruce Malleson John Kaye, George Bruce Malleson | 16 Dec What with Post-Colonialism, the rise of Asia, and the sputtering BRICs reviewing a book such as The Indian Mutiny: is a challenge.

Nonetheless, Saul David's introduction to the Indian Mutiny, or the First War of Indian Independence [perspective is everything], is an excellent example of Narrative History -- history where character, incident, plot, story, and crisis, rather than analysis 4/5.

modern british plutarch (the), or lives of men distinguished in the recent history of our country for their talents, virtues, and achievements. By WC TAYLOR, LL.D. ‎ Appears in books from The novel The Steam House by Jules Verne takes place in the aftermath of the Indian Rebellion of Jules Verne 's famous character Captain Nemo, originally an Indian prince, fought on the side of the rebels during the rebellion (as stated in Verne's later novel The Mysterious Island).

2ND David Frawley: Myth of Aryan Invasion of India [At India Forum], a complete book, and Myth of Aryan Invasion of India [At Hindunet] an article-length discussion. Frawley attacks 19th-century scholars such as Max Muller for bias, but seems unaware of his own problematic position.

These documents may be around sixty thousand. Out of these I have consulted few documents because medieval Indian historians who know Persian considered the period beyond the realm of their specialization and post –historians of modern Indian history have.

Inwhen the Indian Mutiny broke out, Mark Thornhill () was the magistrate of Muttra, modern Mathura. His vivid account of ensuing events - published in - including a night ride to Agra through the rebel army and the developing tensions inside the fort, was well reviewed at the time, and, more recently, became one of the sources for J.

Farrell's The Siege of Krishnapur. American Imperialism. WEB Documents Relating to American Foreign Policy, [At Mt. Holyoke] ; WEB Anti-Imperialism in the United States [At Boon Docks Net] ; A very impressive collection of texts and essays. Rather excessive emphasis on the creator's ownership of the material (without alerting readers that all pre published material is in the US public domain).

The Sepoy Mutiny was a violent and very bloody uprising against British rule in India in It is also known by other names: the Indian Mutiny, the Indian Rebellion ofor the Indian. An Account of the Opening of the Indian Mutiny at Meerut, This text is part of the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.

The Sourcebook is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted texts for introductory level classes in modern European and World history. Unless otherwise indicated the specific electronic form of the document is. Indian Mutiny, A Selected Bibliography is a comprehensive and authoritative research guide and bibliographic platform that identifies and frequently annotates thousands of contemporary, current, and hard-to-find English- and foreign-language books, journal articles, government documents, academic studies, and unpublished personal.

Indian Mutiny, –58, revolt that began with Indian soldiers in the Bengal army of the British East India Company but developed into a widespread uprising against British rule in India. It is also known as the Sepoy Rebellion, sepoys being the native soldiers.

The Penguin Reader Depicts The Historic Event From Various Perspectives: English, Indian, European And American. Through A Selection Of Documents Of The Time, It Provides Glimpses Into The Actions Across Northern India, Maps The Contours Of Dissent Against The Raj And Explores The Immediate Responses To The Upheaval In India And Outside.

An eye to the main chance he was a privileged recorder of the Indian mutiny and within five years, he had perhaps his greatest scoop - recording the Author: Peter Lennon.A Dictionary of Modern Indian History, REF DSM45 t.

A collection of primary source documents from ancient to modern times, such as: Internet Indian History Sourcebook For a selection of books on the Indian Mutiny, try this: india?

and mutiny. (). The Backlash in Delhi: British Treatment of the Mughal Royal Family following the Indian “Sepoy Mutiny” of Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs: Vol.

31, No. 2, pp. Cited by: 1.