Cawnpore

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Mowbray Thomson
... in early 1857 moved with the regiment to Cawnpore ... the Indian Mutiny, the regiment was caught up in the Siege of Cawnpore Thomson led a small party of men in the attempt to escape, and was one of only four male survivors from the garrison ... Whilst convalescing in England, he wrote The Story of Cawnpore, published 1859, a first-hand account of the siege ...
Siege Of Cawnpore - Literary References
... of both British and Indian forces during the siege of Cawnpore in his novel The Mutiny ... In Massacre at Cawnpore, V ... Tom Williams' novel, Cawnpore, is also set against the background of the siege and massacre, which is seen from both the European and the Indian perspective ...
Timeline Of The Indian Rebellion Of 1857 - Timeline - 1857
... Barnard 30 May Mutinies at Muttra and Lucknow 31 May Rohilkhand and Bhurtpore Army mutinies 5 June Cawnpore 2nd Cavalry Mutinies 6 June Cawnpore Siege begins, Mutiny at Allahabad 7 June Wilson and Barnard. 12 July Brigadier-General Sir Henry Havelock defeats rebels at Fatehpur, en route to Cawnpore 15 July Havelock defeats rebels at Aong and Pandu Nadi, near Cawnpore ... July Nana Sahib defeated in first battle for Cawnpore 17 July Sir Archdale Wilson replaces the ailing Reed as commander of the Delhi Field Force 27 ...
Siege Of Cawnpore
... The Siege of Cawnpore was a key episode in the Indian rebellion of 1857 ... The besieged British in Cawnpore (now Kanpur) were unprepared for an extended siege and surrendered to rebel Indian forces under Nana Sahib, in return for a safe passage to ... ambiguous circumstances, their evacuation from Cawnpore turned into a massacre, and most of them were killed ...
Siege Of Lucknow - Preparations For Second Relief
... the Lahore Gate to restore British rule from Delhi to Cawnpore ... of Agra cleared all organised rebel forces from the area between Delhi and Cawnpore, although guerrilla bands remained ... Grant reached Cawnpore late in October, where he received orders from the new commander-in-chief in India, Sir Colin Campbell, to proceed to the Alambagh, and transport the sick and wounded to Cawnpore ...