Herbert Benjamin Edwardes
Major-General Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes KCB KCSI DCL (1819–1868) was an English administrator, soldier, and statesman active in the Punjab, India. He is best known as the "Hero of Multan" for his pivotal role in securing the British victory in the Second Anglo-Sikh War(1848–49).
Read more about Herbert Benjamin Edwardes: Early Life, Career in India, First Anglo-Sikh War, Assistant Resident At Lahore, Founds Edwardesabad, Pivotal Role in Second Anglo-Sikh War, Urges Treaty With Afghanistan, Indian Mutiny, Second Return To England, Commissioner of Ambala, Final Return To England, Death, Christian Evangelism, Literary Works, Commemorations, Sources, Further Reading
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