First published in 1908,Wood creates a recount in this work covers specific events and figures involved in the revolt against the British forces and rule in India, during 1857 – 1859.
1. The Causes of the Revolt. 2. The Characteristics of the Hindustani Soldier. 3. The Panjab and North West Provinces. 4. Cawnpur. 5. The Patna District. 6. Dehli, the British Position Outside: Description of the City and Surrounding Country. 7. The Siege of Dehli. 8. The Mutiny and Revolt at Lucknow. 9. Havelock at Cawnpur. 10. The First Relife of Lucknow. 11. A Column is despatched from Dehli Southwards. 12. Central India. 13. Colin Cambell Arrives in India. 14. The Instructions Given by Campbell to Windham. 15. The Duab. 16. General Outram in Position outside Lucknow. 17. Siege and Capture of Lucknow. 18. Bombay and Central India. 19. Sir Hugh Rose. 20. Waliar. 21. Operations in Eastern Bengal
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