"Well, there's no use my telling you gentlemen what came of the Indian mutiny
. After Wilson took Delhi and Sir Colin relieved Lucknow the back of the business was broken.
She dropped the machine, and looked fixedly at the print of the great-uncle who had not ceased to gaze, with an air of amiable authority, into a world which, as yet, beheld no symptoms of the Indian Mutiny
. And yet, gently swinging against the wall, within the black tube, was a voice which recked nothing of Uncle James, of China teapots, or of red velvet curtains.
Reginald joined the Army in 1858 and distinguished himself during the Indian Mutiny
with the 72nd Bengal Native Infantry.
of a) The Indian War, b) The Indian Revolt, c) The Indian Mutiny
1857: The Sepoy Rebellion broke out in Meerut, triggering the Indian Mutiny
against British rule.
IN 1957 GREAT BRITAIN NOTED THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY of the Great Indian Mutiny
, the fiercest of Queen Victorias "little wars" of the 19th century.
The same outlet has a two-volume book The History of Indian Mutiny
by Charles Ball.
In 1857, the sepoys launched a revolt against the British called the Indian Mutiny
, or Sepoy Rebellion.
Some things that come to mind are the transatlantic slave trade, suppression of the Indian Mutiny
, the genocide of the Aboriginal Tasmanians, the invention of concentration camps during the Boer War and the Sykes-Picot Agreement carving up the Middle East.
The exhibition displays prints from the original collection of Charles Ball's The History of the Indian Mutiny
which was etched in the year following the great Rebellion.
1858 - The British proclaim victory after a year of bitter fighting to put down the Indian Mutiny
James held the Crimean Medal, Turkish Medal and Indian Mutiny
Medal but was invalided home from India in 1861 because of "defective eyesight and discharged from the Army later that year.