The Indian Mutiny In Perspective
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Lt. Gen. Sir George MacMunn
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G. Bell and Sons Ltd., London
Royal Mughal Ref:
The Indian Mutiny In Perspective even where it grew to rebellion, was not a war between British and Indian. Tens of thousands of Indian soldiers from all parts India took part eagerly in its repression and glory to this day in the tradition, while hundred of thousands non-combatants equally eagerly aided in its repression. The behaviour of the Indian servants was in itself the very best evidence of the British in India in 1857, and the bulk of evidence is overwhelming that it was much appreciated. That there were other instances is no doubt true , and we know that "one fly in the pot maketh the ointment to stink".
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