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Wednesday, 6 February 2019

The Great Rebellion 1857 (Study Notes)

First War of Indian Independence, 1857
It was during the span of  one hundred years, between the battle of  Plassey in 1757 and the First War of  Indian Independence in 1857, that a major part of India came under the British rule.  By 1857, around 63% of the regions in the Indian subcontinent had come under the direct control of the British. The rest of the regions were ruled by the native kings who had been subjugated to the British.
"Thousands of armed rioters were reaching Delhi from Meerut crossing the River Yamuna. The rioters included Sepoys (Indian soldiers) and common people.  In the previous night, they had assassinated some British officers and set fire to their offices. They declared the Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah II as the Emperor of India. Soon the riot spread to other parts of North India." - Dawn of 11 May 1857
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