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BIBLIOGRAPHY

See also British Military History.


Gautam Chakravarty. The Indian Mutiny and the British Imagination. Cambridge University Press. 2005. 242pp.

Richard Collier. The Sound of Fury: An Account of the Indian Mutiny. Collins. 1963. 383pp.

Michael Edwardes. Battles of the Indian mutiny. Macmillan. 1963. 216pp.

Ainslie Thomas Embree. 1857 in India: Mutiny Or War of Independence?. Heath. 1963. 101pp.

Christopher Herbert. War of No Pity: The Indian Mutiny and Victorian Trauma. Princeton University Press. 2008. 334pp.

Christopher Hibbert. The Great Mutiny: India, 1857. New York: Viking Press. 1978. 472pp.

D. A. Kinsley. They Fight Like Devils: Stories from Lucknow During the Great Indian Mutiny, 1857-58. Da Capo Press. 2003. 240pp.

James Leasor. The Red Fort: The Story of the Indian Mutiny of 1857. Simon & Schuster. 1982. 381pp.

George Bruce Malleson. The Indian Mutiny of 1857. London: Seeley and Co.. 1898. 421pp.

Julian Arthur Beaufort Palmer. The Mutiny Outbreak at Meerut in 1857. Cambridge University Press. 1966. 175pp.

Jane Robinson. Angels of Albion: Women of the Indian Mutiny. Penguin. 1997. 297pp.

Julian Spilsbury. The Indian Mutiny. Weidenfeld & Nicolson. 2007. 373pp.

P. J. O. Taylor. What Really Happened During the Mutiny: A Day-by-Day Account of the Major Events of 1857-1859 in India. Oxford University Press. 1997. 323pp.

Louis Tracy. The Red Year: A Story of the Indian Mutiny. New York: Edward J. Clode. 1907. 328pp.

Andrew Ward. Our Bones are Scattered: The Cawnpore Massacres and the Indian Mutiny of 1857. Henry Holt and Co.. 1996. 703pp.



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