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A collection of 104 titles on the British Colonial experience in the Indian sub-continent from Persia to Burma

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Six months at Martaban, during the Burmese war

Sketches on service during the Indian frontier campaigns of 1897

Soldier and traveller; memoirs of Alexander Gardner, Colonel of Artillery in the service of Maharaja Ranjit Singh

Some recollection in the life of Lieut.-Col. P.P. Nevill, late major 63rd Regt

Stringer Lawrence, the father of the Indian army

Ten years in India, in the 16th Queen's Lancers and three years in South Africa

Ten years in India; or, The life of a young officer vols.1-3

The 2nd Battalion Derbyshire in the Sikkim campaign

The 2nd Battalion, Derbyshire Regiment in Tirah

The 95th (The Derbyshire) Regiment in Central India

The Afghan question from 1841 to 1878

The Afghan war of 1879-80 being a complete narrative of the capture of Cabul, the siege of Sherpur, the battle of Ahmed Khel

The Afghan war, 1838-1842 from the journal and correspondence of the late Major - General Augustus Abbott

The Afghan wars, 1839-42 and 1878-80

The annexation of the Punjaub, and the Maharajah Duleep Singh

The armies of India

The Armies of the Native States of India – 1884

The army of the Indian Moghuls its organization and administration

The Bombay Field Force, 1880

The Campaign in Tirah 1897-98

The career of Major George Broadfoot, C.B. in Afghanistan and the Punjab

The Chaplain's Narrative Of The Siege Of Delhi, From The Outbreak At Meerut To The Capture Of Delhi

The Chitral campaign; a narrative of events in Chitral, Swat and Bajour

The Conquest of Scinde - A Commentary parts 1+2

The crisis in the Punjab, from the 10th of May until the fall of Delhi

The decisive battles of India from 1746 to 1849 inclusive

The defence of Cawnpore 1857

The defence of Lucknow - a diary, recording the daily events during the siege

The first Afghan war

The Hearseys; five generations of an Anglo-Indian family

The heart of a continent a narrative of travels in Manchuria, across the Gobi desert, through the Himalayas, the Pamirs, and Chitral,

The history of the Bengal European regiment ; now Royal Munster Fusiliers, and how it helped to win India

The history of the Indian revolt and of the expeditions to Persia, China, and Japan, 1856-8

The History Of The Sikhs Containing An Account Of The War Between The Sikhs And The British In 1845-46 vol.2

The illustrated history of the British Empire in India and the East, vols.1+2

The Indian borderland, 1880-1900

The Indian frontier war being an account of the Mohmund and Tirah

The Indian mutiny of 1857

The Lawrences of the Punjab

The life and career of Major Sir Louis Cavagnari, CSI ,KCB, British envoy at Cabul

The Life and Correspondence of Field-Marshal Sir George Pollock

The Life Of Field Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines

The life of Field-Marshal Sir George White, V.C. vol.1

The life of Hodson of Hodson's horse

The life of John Nicholson, soldier and administrator

The Lushai expedition, 1871-72

The military history of the Madras engineers and pioneers vols.1+2

The military operations at Cabul, which ended in the retreat and destruction of the British army, Jan1842

The Military Operations at Cabul. With a Journal of Imprisonment in Affghanistan

The mission to Kandahar

The mutinies in Rajpootana

The mutinies in the Bengal army

The mutiny of the Bengal army - an historical narrative

The old colonial system

The origin and authentic narrative of the present Maratta War; and also, the late Rohilla War, in 1773-74

The people of India vols.1-6

The personal adventures and experiences of a magistrate during the rise, progress, and suppression of the Indian mutiny

The Punjab and Delhi in 1857 vols.1+2

The rebellion in India. The wondrous tale of the greased cartridges

The recent operations of the British forces at Rangoon and Martaban

The relief of Chitral

The revolt in Central India 1857-59

The revolt in Hindustan 1857-59

The Risings on the North-west frontier 1897-8

The second Afghan war, 1878-79-80 its causes, its conduct and its consequences vols.1+2

The Second Afghan War, 1878-80 Official Account

The Second Burmese War; A Narrative of the Operations at Rangoon, in 1852

The Sepoy revolt - a critical narrative

The Sepoy revolt; its causes and its consequences

The Sikhs And Afghans In Connexion With India And Persia

The Sikhs And The Sikh Wars - The Rise, Conquest And Annexation of The Punjab State

The story of the Guides

The story of the Malakand field force an episode of frontier war

The war in India. Despatches of Generals Hardinge, Gough and Smith

Thirty years in India 1808-38 vols.1+2

Thirty-five years in the Punjab, 1858-93

To Caubul with the cavalry brigade

Twelve years of a soldier's life in India being extracts from the letters of the late Major W. S. R. Hodson

Twelve Years of a Soldier's Life, from the Letters of Major W.T. Johnson

Twenty years on the North-West Frontier

Two years in Ava. From May 1824, to May 1826

Under ten viceroys; the reminiscences of a Gurkha

Viscount Hardinge and the advance of the British dominions into the Punjab

Volunteering in India - a narrative of the military services of the Bengal Yeomanry Cavalry during the Indian Mutiny, and Sepoy War

War and sport in India, 1802-1806 an officer's diary

Wellington's campaigns in India

With H.M. 9th Lancers During the Indian Mutiny - The Letters of Brevet-major Anson

With Kelly to Chitral

With the Connaught rangers in quarters, camp, and on leave

With the Kurram field force, 1878-79

With the Zhob field force, 1890


Colonial Era - Indian Sub-Continent part 3