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Kaye's and Malleson's History of the Indian Mutiny of 1857-8 6 Volume Set

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Malleson's edition and continuation of Kaye's seminal History of the Sepoy War in India was published as the History of the India... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

Zusammenfassung Malleson's edition and continuation of Kaye's seminal History of the Sepoy War in India was published as the History of the Indian Mutiny in 1890. Combining Kaye's source-based narrative with his own observations as a military man! Malleson produced a work which remains central to studies of the period.

Klappentext

Kaye and Malleson's comprehensive first-hand History is a lucid and interesting account covering the Indian Mutiny's causes and events.



Inhalt

Volume 1: Editor's preface; Author's preface; Book I. Introductory: 1. Administration of Lord Dalhousie; 2. The question of adoption; 3. Oudh; 4. Destruction of the territorial nobility of India; Book II. The Sipahi Army: 1. India was won by the sword; 2. Mutiny of the Madras Officers, 1809; 3. The effect of the Afghan War on the Sipahis; 4. The Patna Conspiracy; 5. Moral deterioration of the Sipahi; Book III. The Outbreak of the Mutiny: 1. Lord Dalhousie leaves India; 2. The administration of Oudh; 3. Retrospect of 1856; 4. The rising storm; 5. The military hierarchy in India considered; 6. Sentence executed on Manghal Pandi; 7. Return of confidence at Calcutta and elsewhere; Appendix. Volume 2: Editor's preface; Author's preface; List and short description of places mentioned in this volume; Book IV. The Rising in the North-West: 1. The Dehli history; 2. The outbreak at Mirath; 3. The seizure of Dehli; 4. Calcutta in May; 5. Last days of General Anson; 6. The march upon Dehli; Book V. Progress of Rebellion in Upper India: 1. Banaras and Allahabad; 2. Kanhpur; 3. The march to Kanhpur; 4. Re-occupation of Kanhpur; Book VI. The Panjab and Dehli: 1. First conflicts in the Panjab; 2. Peshawab and Rawalpindi; 3. Progress of events in the Panjab; 4. Dehli - first weeks of the siege; 5. Progress of the siege; 6. The last succours from the Panjab; Appendix. Volume 3: Preface; List and short description of places mentioned in this, and not described in the preceding volume; Book VII. Feebleness in Bengal and Strength in Bihar: 1. Panic and panic-mongers in Calcutta; 2. Patna and Arah; 3. Bihar, Bengal, and Banaras; Book VIII. The North-Western Provinces, Central India, and Rajputana: 1. Agra and Gwallar; 2. Jhansi and Bundelkhand; 3. Durand and Holkar; 4. George Lawrence and Rajputana; 5. Agra and Sassiah; 6. The North-West Provinces; Book IX. Oudh: 1. Oudh and Henry Lawrence; 2. The Leaguer of Lakhnao; 3. Neill, Havelock, and Outram; Appendix. Volume 4: Preface; List and short description of places mentioned in this volume; Book X. The Reconquest of the North-West (September-December, 1857): 1. The storming of Dehli; 2. The Agra surprise and the Duab; Book XI. The Reconquest of Oudh: 1. Preparations and action in Bengal; 2. The second relief of Lakhnao (November, 1857); 3. The Gwallar contingent and General Windham at Kanhpur; 4. Sir Colin Campbell retrieves Windham's disaster; 5. Further operations in the Duab; 6. Movements preliminary to the reconquest of Oudh; 7. The advance into Eastern Oudh; 8. Outram at the Alambagh; 9. The storming of Lakhnao; Book XII. Progress of Events in Orisa, Bihar, Oudh, Eastern Bengal, Rohilkhand, and Rajputana: 1. Eastern Bengal, Eastern Bihar, and the South-Western Province; 2. Kunwar Singh and Lord Mark Kerr; 3. Kunwar Singh and his successors at bay in Western Bihar; 4. The progress in Oudh and Rohilkhand; 5. George St. Patrick Lawrence in Rajputana; Appendix. Volume 5: Preface; List and short description of places mentioned in this volume; Book XIII. Bombay, Central India, and the Dakhan: 1. Lord Elphinstone, Mr. Seton-Karr, and Mr. Forjett; 2. Central India and Durand; 3. The Sagar and Narbada territories, and Nagpur; 4. The dominions of the Nizam; Book XIV. Central India, Kirwi, Gwallar, and the Southern Maratha Country: 1. Sir Hugh Rose in central India; 2. Kirwi and Bandah; 3. Sir Hugh Rose at Gwallar; 4. The southern Maratha country and Le Grand Jacob; Book XV. The pacification of Oudh and of the North-West. Repression of outbreaks in the Panjab: 1. Lord Canning's Oudh proclamation; 2. The pacification of Oudh; 3. The Punjab and the North-West; Book XVI. Tantia Topi and the Queen's Proclamation: 1. The pursuit of Tantia Topi; 2. The trial of the King of Dehli and the Queen's proclamation; Book XVII. The Causes of the Mutiny; Appendix. Volume 6: Preface; Book XVIII. The Civil Districts: 1. The territories under the

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Titel: Kaye's and Malleson's History of the Indian Mutiny of 1857-8 6 Volume Set
Untertitel: Volume Se
Editor:
Autor:
EAN: 9781108023290
ISBN: 978-1-108-02329-0
Format: Set mit div. Artikeln (Set)
Herausgeber: Cambridge University Press
Genre: Geschichte
Anzahl Seiten: 2832
Gewicht: 3870g
Größe: H281mm x B216mm x T81mm
Jahr: 2010