Robert Clive

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Noun1.Robert Clive - British general and statesman whose victory at Plassey in 1757 strengthened British control of India (1725-1774)Robert Clive - British general and statesman whose victory at Plassey in 1757 strengthened British control of India (1725-1774)
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After all, Robert Clive, the victor of Plassey and the architect of British power in India, was the son of one of Montgomeryshire's MPs.
Grade II listed, the Georgian house was designed by Sir William Chambers, and was originally the home of the parents of Sir Robert Clive of India.
Two-and-a-half centuries after Robert Clive and the Honourable John Company changed the future of the world forever on the battlefields of Plassey, India offers its foreign investors a passage to one of history's epic secular economic growth stories.
I attended multiple sessions that gave me valuable takeaways I plan on taking advantage of in the future," said Robert Clive, Pricing Analyst from Chevron.
Robert Clive was 30 when he went missing from North Shields in October 2002.
In 1757, forces of the East India Company led by Robert Clive won the Battle of Plassey, which effectively marked the beginning of British colonial rule in India.
Un arall wnaeth gyfoeth ar yr un pryd oedd Robert Clive, hwnnw a chysylltiad a'r Amwythig a Chastell Powis.
The Battle of Shrewsbury in 1403 features in Shakespeare's Henry IV Part One, while the town was also home to Robert Clive, who won India at the Battle of Plassey, and Charles Darwin, the great naturalist.
Robert Clive Shell was born at Pyle on September 9, 1947, and formed one of the club's greatest half-back partnerships with the late John Bevan, who played for Wales and the 1976 Lions and later coached Wales.
The man most responsible for the East India Company's acquisitions in India was a young clerk named Robert Clive.
Robert Clive Whatley, 70, a stroke sufferer, was showered with glass when officers from Gwent Police surrounded his Range Rover on a country lane after a 17-minute chase.
In this article I explore the possibility that the unheralded arrival in India of Robert Clive, arguably the first, the archetypal British imperialist, is both enigmatic and momentous.