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Anglo-Maratha campaigns and the contest for India

Randolf G. S. Cooper

Anglo-Maratha campaigns and the contest for India

the struggle for control of the South Asian military economy

by Randolf G. S. Cooper

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maratha War, 1803 -- Campaigns,
  • Maratha War, 1803 -- Finance

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 411-429) and index.

    StatementRandolf G.S. Cooper.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS475.3 .C66 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 437 p. :
    Number of Pages437
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18921544M
    ISBN 100521824443
    LC Control Number2003051518
    OCLC/WorldCa52178625

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Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN Naravane, M.S. Battles of the Honorourable East India Company. A.P.H. Publishing Corporation. ISBN Available Books. Book Title Date. On the relations between the Marathas and the Moghul Empire at the time of the Battle of Panipat, ; comprises chiefly the English translation of Bhāusāhebāñcī bakhara, anonymous Marathi chronicle, and two other minor works, Ātmacarita of Nana Phadnis.

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History’s narrative is obviously colored by the writers. 3 The Anglo-Maratha Campaigns and the Contest for India – Randolf Cooper. 4 English Records of Maratha History- Poona Residency Correspondence, Vol To read all articles by author. The battle of Assaye and the second Anglo Maratha war broke the Maratha Empire and the era of British dominance was upon India.

The key factors for a British victory, according to Prof. Randolf Cooper who has authored a book on the war, was neither their discipline or drill but the superior British ‘credit’ from their global. For a detailed account of the British military campaign during the Anglo-Maratha Wars, see The Anglo-Maratha Campaigns and the Contest for India: The Struggle for Control of the South Asian Author: Pratik Chakrabarti.

Career. Aroon Tikekar was born in a family of authors and journalists. He worked as a college teacher for some years, then became the Language and Literature Expert and Acquisitions Specialist at the US Library of Congress Office in New Delhi.

His career in newspapers started with a job as Reference Chief with the Times of India He then became a Senior Assistant Editor with the Maharashtra : Aroon Tikekar, February 1, "The Evolution of the Artillery in India From the Battle of Plassey to the Revolt of ;" Cooper, Randolf- "The Anglo-Maratha Campaigns and the Contest for India;" Dirom, Maj.- "A Narrative of the Campaigns in India Which Terminated the War with Tippoo Sultan in ;" Grey, C.- "European Adventurers of Northern India: to ;".

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£ (US$) boards. ISBN 0 3. Cooper's contribution constitutes a. The author of the book, that I’m reading, uses the phrase, “Contemporary cultural arrogance of strategic assumption.” Some of us may find the phrase familiar.

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Concerns the British army in India from especially the differences between the Company's European soldiers and the those of the Queen's regiments. The "White Mutiny" referred to in the title is an incidnet in in which some Company European soldiers refused to follow orders.

Anglo-maratha Campaigns. Anglo-maratha Campaigns And Contest For India Struggle By Randolf G. $ India Vintage. India Vintage Cabinet Photo Maratha Nobeleman B S Pochee Bombay. 1. Disunited, inexperienced and poorly organized units The Marathas were no longer the part of a single empire: they were a loose confederation of various states, headed by the chiefs like Scindia and Bhosle.

This disunity was also reflected in t. The immediate cause for first Anglo Maratha War was English interference in the internal affairs of Marathas.

The then Maratha Peshwa, Narayan Rao died without an heir. The birth of a posthumous son to Narayan Rao then drove Raghunath Rao to desperation and he eventually signed the Treaty of Surat in with the Bombay government with hopes.

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