Bahadur Shah Zafar and the War of 1857 in Delhi
Even Though Much Literature On Bahadur Shah Zafar And The 1857 Revolt Exists, Mahdi Husain S Book Continues To Be Of Considerable Relevance To The Historians Of Modern India. It Is Rich In Details, And Offers A Dispassionate Interpretation Of The 1857 Revolt. The Book Brings Alive, To The Present-Day Reader, The Trauma Of Living In 1857, A Trauma That People Like Syed Ahmad Khan And The Poet Mirza Ghalib Experienced.
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New Preface by Mushirul Hasan
Character of Bahadur Shah II
Bahadur Shah II and The Sepoys
HI Bahadur Shah and The British
Confronting a Formidable Situation 156
Grappling with Terrible Problems
VH Fighting to Expel The English
Vln Unable to Drive The English From
Bahadur Shah Zafar
Abu Zafar Ahmad Akbar II arrival artillery attack August Badshahi Army Bahadur Shah II Bakhsh Bakht Khan Bareilly batteries British Camp British Government cavalry commander-in-chief Dehli Dehli Urdu Akhbar Delhi Diwan-i Khass durbar Emperor Bahadur Shah enemy English European ex-king fall of Dehli fight force Ghulam Governor-General guns Hakim Ahsanullah Khan Hasan Askari Hindan Hindus and Musalmans honour Idem India infantry infra Jawan Bakht Jihad Jiwan Lal July June Kashmiri Gate killed King of Dehli King's Lakhnao letter Lord Majesty Majesty's Maulvi Fazl Haq ment Metcalfe Metcalfe—T. N. N. military Mirath Mirza Mughul Muhammad Muinu'ddin mujahideen Mutiny Papers Najafgarh Nana Sahib Nawab nazrs officers outbreak Palace Persian petition plunder Princes prisoner proclamation Raja Ram Mohan Roy rebel regiments reported Royal rupees Sahib says sent sepoys September Shah Alam Shah's Singh soldiers spies troops Urdu victory Vide Zaheer Dehlawi Zakaullah zamindars Zinat Mahal