The Army of the Sutlej 1845-6

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  • Sikh War, 1845-1846.,
  • Sikh War, 1848-1849.
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Pagination49leaves ;
Number of Pages49
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ISBN 100948130059

The Army University Press books are traditional and interactive works relevant to the current interests and concerns of the US Army. The wide range of original interpretive topics include military history, recent operations, leadership, doctrine, organization, tactics, logistics, and Staff Ride handbooks. Browse through our books by category and find information you are looking for. The Treaty of Lahore of 9 March , was a peace treaty marking the end of the First Anglo-Sikh Treaty was concluded, for the British, by the Governor-General Sir Henry Hardinge and two officers of the East India Company and, for the Sikhs, by the seven-year-old Maharaja Duleep Singh Bahadur and seven members of Hazara, the territory to the south of the river Sutlej and the forts and. A Sutlej Medal to the 80th Regiment of Foot; DOD - 2 Clasps - FEROZESHUHUR, SOBRAON (CORPl JAMES GEEVES 80th REGt). Naming is officially engraved in large block capitals. Swivel scroll suspension, light contact, edge nicks, bruised, very fine. Ac. The Sutlej Medal was a campaign medal approved in , for issue to officers and men of the British Army and Honourable East India Company who served in the Sutlej campaign of (also known as the First Anglo-Sikh War).This medal was the first to use clasps to denote soldiers who fought in the major battles of the campaign. [1] Contents. Description.

George MacDonald Fraser was at the peak of his writing powers when he wrote this installment of the Flashman papers. The cleverly structured narrative delivers a richly detailed account of the War of the Sutlej River and the East India Company's attempts to infiltrate the power games taking place between the Palace of Lahore and the Sikh s: With this book in hand, the battlefields of the Punjab come alive once again Professor Peter Doyle, Battlefield Archaeologist, Co-Secretary, All Party War Graves and Battlefield Heritage Group. Army.\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema: account of the first war between the British East India Company and the Sikh Kingdom in

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Journal of the Sutlej Campaign of An Eyewitness Account of the First Sikh War Paperback – J by James Coley (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings/5(2). Get this from a library. Army of the Sutlej Casualty Roll.

[Great Britain. India Office.] -- This medal, sanctioned inwas the first campaign award issued to The Army of the Sutlej 1845-6 book ranks with clasps, although clasps had been awarded on the Gold Crosses and Medals issued to officers for the peninsular.

Title: Army Of The Sutlej 6 Casualty Roll India, Author: LeighLawler, Name: Army Of The Sutlej 6 Casualty Roll India, Length: 4 pages, Page: 1. ARMY of the SUTLEJ CASUALTY ROLL.

£ £ The list of casualties have been compiled from the Sutlej Medal Rolls held at the India Office Library. The list is by regiments and gives the nature of the casualty, date and battle in which incurred: Moodkee, Ferozeshuhur, Aliwal or Sobraon. Those invalided home are also identified. THE ARMY OF THE SUTLEJ CASUALTY ROLL.

Paperback, dent to edge of pages otherwise good in marked card covers. ; Casualties compiled from the Sutlej Medal Rolls held at the India Office Library and Re. Paperback, dent to edge of pages otherwise good in marked card covers. Journal of the Sutlej campaign of and also of Lord Hardings's tour in the following winter.

Coley, James. Publication date. Topics. Hardinge, Henry Hardinge, Viscount,Sikh War,India -- Description and travel. Publisher. For sale is a rare and very hard to find genuine miniature silver Victorian Army of the Sutlej Medal Presented for service during the First Anglo-Sikh War. The medal was instituted in and was awarded to officers and men of the British Army and the Honourable East India Company who served in the Sutlej campaign of JOURNAL OF THE SUTLEJ CAMPAIGN OF And also of Lord Hardinge’s tour in the following winter £ £ Published in association with The National Army Museum London, this is a British East India Company chaplain’s account of the Sutlej campaign, or the first Anglo-Sikh war of /6.

The Sikh War was a difficult one, as the Sikh army was well-trained and armed. As a result British casualties at the four actions were heavy. However, the campaign was short and concentrated, lasting only three months.

The Sikhs returned for a further conflict with. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

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The medal was approved on 17 April Buy Journal of the Sutlej Campaign of An Eyewitness Account of the First Sikh War from A civilian’s view of the First Sikh War James Coley, the author of this small book, was Chaplain to the Governor General, Sir Henry Hardinge, not a serving soldier, but his account of the harrowing events he witnessed during the First Sikh War is the kind of primary source material Price: $   Army of the Sutlej - Where can I find.

«on: Wednesday 22 September 10 BST (UK)» My grandfather gave me a medal awarded to a Gunner Johnson 1st Brigade HA (assume this to be Bengal Horse Artillery) for the Moodkee battle 18 Dec Army of the Sutlej Casualty Roll by The India Office Records From the £ + £ P&P.

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The Sikh Army at that time was led by General Raja Lal Singh who, with Tej Singh, betrayed the Sikhs during the course of the war. Lal Singh was regularly supplying information and even receiving instructions from British officers.

In response to the British move, the Sikh army began crossing the Sutlej on 11 December This is an account of the operations of the British Forces under Major-General Sir Hugh Rose, from the suppression of the mutiny in Arungabad, some miles east of Bombay to the capture of Gwalior from the rebels and the reinstatement of the Maharajah.

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This Casualty Roll has been compiled from the Sutlej Medal Rolls held at the British Library. Medal - Army of the Sutlej (Sobraon).jpg 1st Sikh War Wikipedia 1st Anglo-Sikh War Sikhiwiki Battle of Sobraon Wikipedia Battle of Sobraon Officers killed in the battle Stephen Lewis Website Battle plan Maps FCIT.

Historical books. The Sutlej Medal was a campaign medal instituted 17 th Aprilfor issue to officers and the men of the British Army and Honourable East India Company who served in the Sutlej campaign of 11 th December, to 9 th March, This is also known as the First Anglo-Sikh War. The Sutlej Medal was the first campaign medal with bars to be given to both officers and men to denote soldiers.

Joseph Davey Cunningham This is a edition of the original book that was written in It traces the origin and growth of the Sikh nation from the time of. The First Anglo-Sikh war began in lateafter a combination of increasing disorder in the Sikh empire following the death of Ranjit Singh in and provocations by the British East India Company led to the Sikh Khalsa Army invading British territory.

The British had won the first two major battles of the war through a combination of luck, the steadfastness of British and Bengal units. The bulk of General Gough’s ‘Army of the Sutlej’ in the First Sikh War and ‘Army of the Punjab’ in the Second Sikh War comprised regiments from the Bengal Presidency’s army: 9 regular cavalry regiments (the Governor-General’s Bodyguard and 1 st, 3 rd, 4 th, 5 th, 6 th, 7 th, 8 th and 11 th Bengal Light Cavalry), 13 regiments of.

The Punjab Medal was a campaign medal issued to officers and men of the British Army and Honourable East India Company who served in the Punjab campaign ofwhich ended in the British annexation of the Punjab.

The medal was approved on 2 Aprilfor award to all who served in the Punjab between 7 September and 14 March Description. A circular silver medal, The Sikh Khalsa Army (Punjabi: ਸਿੱਖ ਖਾਲਸਾ ਫੌਜ (Sikh Khalsa Fauj), Khalsa or simply Sikh Army was the military force of the Sikh Empire, formed in with the capture of Lahore by Ranjit then on the army was modernized on Franco-British principles.

It was divided in three wings: the Fauj-i-Khas (elites), Fauj-i-Ain (regular force) and Fauj-i-Be Qawaid. Historical books on-line.

The War in India, Despatches of Hardinge Gough and Smith Gough's despatch The War in India, Despatches of Hardinge Gough and Smith List of killed and wounded at Ferozeshah OCLC Number: Description: xlix, pages genealogical tables 23 cm: Contents: The country and people --Old Indian creeds, modern reforms, and the teaching of Nanak, up to A.D.

--The Sikh gurus or teachers, and the modification of Sikhism under Gobind, A.D. --The establishment of Sikh independence, A.D. --From the independence of the Sikhs to the ascendancy of. Assemblage of the British forces on the Sutlej; 7.

Sir Harry Smith advances to attack the Sikhs in their camp; 8. Sir Harry Smith's division march to rejoin the head-quarters of the army; 9.

The battle of Sobraon; The British forces cross the Sutlej, and are concentrated at Kussoor; Ratification of the treaty. Series Title. The Sikh Empire (also Sikh Khalsa Raj or Sarkar-i Khalsa) was a state originating in the Indian subcontinent, formed under the leadership of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, who established a secular empire based in the Punjab.

The empire existed fromwhen Ranjit Singh captured Lahore, to and was forged on the foundations of the Khalsa from a collection of autonomous Sikh misls.

The autobiography of Sir Harry Smith, 1st Baronet of Aliwal, is as exciting, varied and adventurous as the epic life that he led. He joined the British army in the 1st battalion of the 95th Rifles, whose dark green uniform he was proud to wear and despite an inauspicious posting along with the disastrous expedition to Montevideo in his talents began to s: The Sutlej Medal is a campaign medal issued to officers and men of the British Army and Honourable East India Company who served in the Sutlej campaign of (also known as the First Anglo-Sikh War).

This medal was approved in and was the first one to use clasps to denote soldiers who fought in the major battles of the campaign.Despatches and general orders announcing the victories achieved by the army of the Sutlej over the Sikh army at Moodkee, Ferozeshah, Aliwal & Sobraon in December & January & February [Patiala] Languages Dept., Punjab, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published in Description.