by printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for the author; and sold by G. Nicol; and W. Richardson in London .
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 7489, no. 05.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||114|
The marches of the British armies in the Peninsula of India, during the campaigns of and illustrated and explained by reference to a map, compiled from authentic documents, transmitted by Earl Cornwallis from India. Putting down the Indian Mutiny would require two years, over half the British Army, and thousands of East India Company and loyal locals. The EIC's forces' better and more experienced command Fourteen months after the Peace of Paris concluded the Crimean War (), the British Army was faced with a crisis which would require an even /5(6). Rennell, J.: The marches of the British army in the peninsula of India. London RezensionAuthor: [Anonym]. The marches of the British armies in the peninsula of India during the campaigns of and ; illustrated and explained by reference to a map, By Major Rennell. by: Rennell, James, Published: ().
Fourteen months after the Peace of Paris concluded the Crimean War, the British Army was faced with a crisis which would require an even greater commitment of force. Putting down the Indian Mutiny would require two years, over half the British Army, and thousands of East India Company and loyal locals. The EIC's forces' better and more experienced command structure and superior rifle-fire. British Military Presence in India to This project is to include the GENi profiles of British officers and men who served in India before , employed either directly by the British Government or the East india Company. Please add any suitable profiles to this project, regardless of rank. See also. Related GENi projects or of Interest. Sharpe's Rifles starts in with the Peninsular War in Spain already raging. For those who aren't familiar, the Peninsular War was one of the big conflicts of the Napoleonic Wars, with basically Britain, Spain, and Portugal duking it out with the French on the Iberian Peninsula/5. The Malayan campaign was a military campaign fought by Allied and Axis forces in Malaya, from 8 December – 31 January during the Second World was dominated by land battles between British Commonwealth army units, and the Imperial Japanese Army with minor skirmishes at the beginning of the campaign between British Commonwealth and Royal Thai Armed on: British Malaya, 4°0′N °30′E / .
Nonetheless, it reads wonderfully and is a great supplement to James Raj: The Making and Unmaking of British India. Spanning the post-Mutiny years from until the chaotic formation of India in , Farwell presents many fascinating details about army This is another incredibly readable and informative book by Farwell and one that should /5. The marches of the British armies in the peninsula of India: during the campaigns of and ; illustrated and explained by reference to a map By Major Rennell. This article is about the army of British India (–). For the current army of the Republic of India, see Indian Army. For the current army of Pakistan, see Pakistan : Army. Soldiers of Empire offers a new account of the experience of war through a study of the Indian and British armies in World War II. It recounts a multicultural world of soldiering from the Punjab to Wales, from training and everyday life to combat against the Japanese in by: