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As India marks 150 years of the 1857 Uprising, this meticulously researched and vivid work recounts at time both tragic and compelling. Many - staged and many - charactered, this volume searches for the key issues, causes and effects, figures and developments that culminated in the massacres of Cawnpore, Satichaura and Bibighar, the ensuring counter-massacres, and the gory retribution dealt out by the British on their subject.
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Beginning with the account of the state of british Raj in 1857, this work moves on to a gathering storm, the strife that led to the uprising, "the summer of discontent", recounting the mutiny, which tells won back lost ground, and the repercussions the mutiny had on the administrative plans of the empire.
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