Sepoy Mutiny

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discontent with British administration in India led to numerous mutinies in 1857 and 1858

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After the failure of the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857, as a matter of fact, the oppression of the Indigo planters increased dramatically against the Muslim peasants, which in turn resulted in several protests across East Bengal.
However, this display of British nsensitivity in the context of the Sepoy Mutiny title was merely the spark necessary for action of long festering sepoy discontent.
The Sepoy Mutiny, 1857; an annotated checklist of English language books.
The Sepoy Mutiny is one of those historic disasters that gets worse with the passage of time.
577 muskets proved themselves in the Crimean War and in the Sepoy Mutiny in India.
Negotiations are also on for the Khaled Mohammad-directed "Taizeeb" and filmmaker Ketan Mehta's "The Rising," based on the legendary Indian Sepoy Mutiny in 1857.
It is possible to think of the suicidal attacks of September 11 as a contemporary version of the Sepoy Mutiny.
The interest in spicy food from India in Britain began to disappear after the Sepoy Mutiny in 1857 and the founding of the India National Congress in 1885.
Based on extensive research in India Office records, Mad Tales focuses on the first group, illustrating the peculiarities of confinement for "doo-lally" ("dangerous or crazy") soldiers and civilians from the late eighteenth century to the Sepoy Mutiny.
The stresses of the Sepoy Mutiny put added pressure on the two British armies and increased their rivalries.
Chattopadhyaya, The Sepoy Mutiny, 1857: A Social Study and Analysis (Calcutta, 1957), pp.