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mutiny in Sialkot

Gregory Rich

mutiny in Sialkot

with a brief description of the cantonment from 1852 to 1857.

by Gregory Rich

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Published by Printed by P.N. Handa, Handa Printing Press] in [Sialkot .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sialkot District (Pakistan) -- History

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS392.2 S53 R5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination80p.
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18984755M

    From this grisly starting point, Kim Wagner, lecturer in British imperial history at Queen Mary University of London, narrates how, in the swelter of mid, following outbreaks throughout British India, native Bengal Army units at Sialkot mutinied, killing officers and civilians and looting the cantonment, and then set out for Delhi to join. This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. BOOKS RECEIVED FOR REVIEW. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, Vol. 72, Issue. 3, p. The Mutiny in Sialkot (Sialkot: Handa Printing Press, n.d. []).

    Historical Books Online. Historical Record of the Seventeenth Regiment of Light Dragoons, Lancers: containing an account of the formation of the regiment in , and of its subsequent services to Indian Service commences page 54 in in Calcutta. {From Charles Ball's History of the Indian Mutiny} ATTACK ON SIALKOT SEPOYS BY NICHOSON'S IRREGULAR CAVALRY {From Charles Ball's History of the Indian Mutiny} THE FORT AT AGRA FROM THE RIVER {From Charles Ball's History of the Indian Mutiny} VIEW OF THE FORT OF ALLAHABAD {From Charles Ball's History of the Indian Mutiny}

      All these questions lead the author to retell the story of the Indian Mutiny of , locate whatever records there are of Europeans then living in Sialkot in the backwaters of Punjab. Actually, there is quite a bit to be told - if you do not mind a lot of miscellaneous s: Wagner explores this theme through a historiographical account of the Indian Mutiny of , specifically the life and death of Alum Bheg, a havildar in the 46 th Bengal Native Infantry of the British Indian army, deputed at the small-town of Sialkot in recently occupied Punjab. His skull was collected by a British officer as a war trophy.


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The Mutiny in Sialkot book in Sialkot. First and only edition, the print run stated to be 1, copies only. "Rich attempts to preserve what information remained concerning events at Sialkot" (Sorsky), while Green draws attention to his use of "survivor's testaments" (Islam and the Army in Colonial India: Sepoy Religion in the Service of Empire, p.

84). In his preface, Rich writes, "since coming to the. Sialkot, along with Punjab as a whole, was captured by the British following their victory over the Sikhs at the Battle of Gujrat in February During the British era, an official is known as The Resident who would, in theory, advise the Maharaja of Kashmir would reside in Sialkot during the wintertime.

During the Sepoy Mutiny ofthe two Bengal regiments based in Sialkot rebelled Country: Pakistan. Sialkot is a stronghold in which his followers stand garrisoned.” All of this provoked a desire for resistance amongst the Indian army.

With this book Wagner casts off the crimes — mutiny. In a mutiny at Sialkot, rebel sepoys bayoneted men, women, and children.

Nicholson detested the murder of women and children, and believed that the mutiny should be firmly crushed. Many rebels were shot, hanged, and sabred, not to mention the barbaric cannon executions favoured by.

As the title of his book suggests, Kim A. Wagner begins his research on this marvellous piece of subaltern prosopography with the skull of Alum Bheg, hawaldaar [sergeant] of the 46th Bengal Native Infantry (BNI) stationed at Sialkot in service of the British East India Company (EIC).

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In the circumstances it is hardly surprising that the sepoys in Jhelum and Sialkot seized their chance. The Jhelum Mutiny is well told in a fascinating book of letters home by a young officer’s wife, Minnie Wood.

The book, entitled From Minnie with Love is edited by Jane Vansittart. Poor Minnie Blane is swept off her feet in by a dashing. The Mutiny that year, after having covered the north Indian heartland, spread to Sialkot (now in Pakistan), where Alam Beg and his companions.

Puran Puran's Well is a famous historical site,which is related with Punjabi folklore 'Bhagat Puran'. It is located just outside the city of Sialkot. According to Mutiny in Sialkot there were remains of Puran's tomb extant inbut now there is no tomb except for a. First edition of this account of the Indian Mutiny of written from the unpublished letters and diaries of the British Resident in the Mewar States of Rajputana during the mutiny, Charles Lionel Showers ().

This work contains information that Showers did not include in. Indian Mutiny The British Empire Mutiny at Sealkote Google Books Sialkot Fort Wikipedia Revolt in India - Sealkote Google Books Narrative of a Cavalry Officer Google Books Record of Brind's death Sialkot Wikipedia Recommended Reading "Indian Mutiny" by Saul David ISBN Buy The Mutiny In Sialkot With A Brief Description Of The Cantonment From To First Edition by Rich, Captain Gregory (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low Author: Captain Gregory Rich. The Mutiny in Sialkot. With a brief description of the Cantonment from to von RICH, Gregory. und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf   NON-FICTION: RECONSTRUCTING A ‘MUTINY’ imran 5/1/18 PM: As the title of his book suggests, Kim A.

Wagner begins his research on this marvellous piece of subaltern prosopography with the skull of Alum Bheg, hawaldaar [sergeant] of the 46th Bengal Native Infantry (BNI) stationed at Sialkot in service of the British East India.

He was a principal leader in the mutiny of ” His findings are published in a new book, sialkot London Pakistan and India Punjab Alum Bheg. At a ‘border post at the end of a road leading nowhere’ (now in Pakistan), with the cables cut and the mail prohibited, the Sialkot forces were the last to mutiny — victims, essentially, of.

INDIA - MUTINY AT SIALKOT - The Mutiny in Sialkot, with a brief description of the Cantonment fromby Captain Gregory Rich,First edition, 80pp, original cloth.

One of copies printed. The Indian Rebellion of is also called the Indian Mutiny, the Sepoy Mutiny, India's First War of Independence or India's first struggle for began on 10 May at Meerut, as a mutiny of sepoys of the British East India Company's army.

Sepoys in the Presidency of Bengal revolted against their British officers. Mutiny on the Bounty is the title of the novel by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall, based on the mutiny against Lieutenant William Bligh, commanding officer of the Bounty in It has been made into several films and a musical.

It was the first of what became The Bounty Trilogy, which continues with Men Against the Sea, and concludes with Pitcairn's Island. Wagner narrates how, in the summer heat of mid, native Bengal Army units at Sialkot was mutinied, killing officers and civilians and looting the cantonment.

"Ina human skull was discovered in a pub in Kent in south-east England. A brief handwritten note stuck inside the cavity revealed it to be that of Alum Bheg, an Indian soldier in British service who was executed during the aftermath of the Uprising, or The Indian Mutiny as historians of an earlier era described it.

Alum Bheg was blown from a cannon for having allegedly murdered 4/5(3). Geography did not help, either. At a ‘border post at the end of a road leading nowhere’ (now in Pakistan), with the cables cut and the mail prohibited, the Sialkot forces were the last to mutiny — victims, essentially, of a vicious spiral of distrust, fear and professional outrage.British doctor killed at Sialkot (now in Pakistan), during the period of the Indian Mutiny.

Illustration from The History of the Indian Mutiny, by Charles Ball, Volume II, The London Printing.