4 edition of Decolonising the revolt of 1857 found in the catalog.
Decolonising the revolt of 1857
Includes bibliographical references (p. -249) and index.
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They also used it to express their fear of a potential Muslim revolt, though Muslim subjects of empire were no more or less rebellious to their empires than Hindu or Buddhist subjects. After the great Indian Rebellion of , when both Hindus and Muslims rose up against the British, some British colonial officers blamed Muslims for this uprising.
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Preface The image of in Indian history is marked with great hope, desire, aspiration, rebel violence as well as despair, agony and horror. What was hope and desire to the rebels was a veritable horror and agony to the Europeans. Europeans, because the revolt happened although against the British Indian colonial state but far from remaining confined as a struggle only against the British.
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