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This book, THE INDIAN MUTINY, draws on the latest sources as well as numerous first-hand accounts, explains why the sepoy armies rose up against the world's leading imperial power, details the major places of fighting, including the massacres at Cawnpore and the epic sieges of Delhi and Lucknow, and carefully examines many other aspects Cited by: 3. Continued by G.B. Malleson under title "History of the Indian mutiny , commencing from the close of the second volume of Sir John Kaye's History of the Sepoy war," the two works being afterward issued as one, under title: Kaye's and Malleson's history of . The armed forces succeeded the military of British India following India's independence in After World War II, many of the wartime troops were discharged and units disbanded. The reduced armed forces were partitioned between India and Pakistan. The Indian armed forces fought in all three wars against Pakistan and a war with the People's.   The Revolt of in India The Indian Rebellion of was a major, but ultimately unsuccessful, uprising in India from –58 against the rule of the British East India Company Sepoy Mutiny.

  The East India Company had been active in India for nearly years, but the violence of the uprising led to the British government dissolving the company and taking direct control of India. Following the fighting of –58, India was legally considered a colony of Britain, ruled by a viceroy. War of Independence is an important landmark in the history of Sub-Continent. This War was fought in by Indians against the British in order to get rid of their domination. It is also given names as Indian Rebellion, Indian Mutiny as well as Indian Revolt. The main causes of the War were political, social, economical, military and religious. Filed under: India -- History -- Sepoy Rebellion, -- Personal narratives Campaigning Experiences in Rajpootana and Central India, During the Suppression of the Mutiny, (London: Smith Elder and Co., ), by Frances Isabella . In the midth century India was the focus of Britain's international prestige and commercial power - the most important colony in an empire which extended to every continent on the globe and protected by the seemingly dependable native armies of the East India Company. When, however, in discontent exploded into open rebellion, Britain was obliged to field its .