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Siege Of Delhi - Company Moves - The Siege: June Through July
... due to the failures of Mirza Moghul and Bahadur Shah's equally unmilitary grandson, Mirza Abu Bakr ... Pleased with the loot they brought with them, Bahadur Shah made Bakht Khan the new commander in chief ... Bahadur Shah however, was growing discouraged, and turned away offers of assistance from other rebel leaders ...
Causes Of The Indian Rebellion Of 1857 - Frictions
... For instance, when Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar met the sepoys on 11 May 1857, he was told "We have joined hands to protect our religion and our faith." They ... reason for the rebellion was the attitude towards Bahadur Shah Zafar ... Later, Lord Canning, the next governor-general of India, announced in 1856 that Bahadur Shah's successors would not even be allowed to use the title of Sultan ...
Bahadur Shah
... Bahadur Shah may refer to Bahadur Shah of Gujarat (died 1537) Bahadur Shah I (1643–1712), Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah II (1775–1862), the last Mughal Emperor and final ruler of the Timurid dynasty Bahadur ... Bahadur Shah of Nepal (died June 1797, a true patriot, a great warrior and a loyal servant) ...
Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg
... Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg (Hindi बहादुर शाह ज़फर मार्ग),(Urdu بهادر شاہ ظفر مارگ‎) is a road in Delhi ... It is named after the last Mughal Emperor of India, Bahadur Shah II ...
Battle Of Najafgarh - Siege of Delhi
... They proclaimed themselves to be at the disposal of the Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah II, who reluctantly gave his support to the rebellion ... each sepoy regiment refused to accept orders from the officers of other regiments, and although Bahadur Shah appointed his son Mirza Mughal as Commander in Chief of ... Pleased with the numbers of troops (and treasure) he had brought, Bahadur Shah appointed him Commander of his armies ...

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