By Michael Barthorp, Douglas Anderson
In 1856 the British military emerged from its first clash with a massive strength because 1815 вЂ“ the Crimean battle. although victory over the Russians have been received, the conflict printed many defects within the British army procedure which preferably will require a interval of peace to fix. but inside 14 months of the Peace of Paris being signed with Russia, the military used to be confronted with a drawback which, ahead of it used to be ultimately resolved, will require a good larger dedication of strength. Michael Barthorp examines the historical past, gown, gear and guns of the British and local troops who quelled the Indian Mutiny.
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