Contrary to popular belief, the capture of India was not accomplished by the British Army, but by the private armies of the East India Company, which grew in size to become larger than that of any European sovereign state. This is the history of its army, examining the many conflicts they fought, their equipment and training, with its regiments of horse, foot and guns, which rivalled those of most...
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Publisher: Osprey Publishing; 1 edition (January 20, 2012)
Publication Date: January 20, 2012
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Even though the period covered is about 100 years, the information given is very good. This product is similar to others in the Osprey Men-at-Arms series. They feature a good layout and structure with all the information you need to get your feet w...
owers. The development of their uniforms, which combined traditional Indian and British dress, is illustrated in detail in this colourful account of the private band of adventurers that successfully captured the jewel of the British Empire.