The Invasion of Nepal: John Company at War
Søgeord: Nepal, Historie, 1814-1816; Indien, Historie, 1814-1816; England, Historie, 1814-1816; Tibet; Wood, J.S.; East India Company; John Company; Gurkhas; Tarai; Sutlaj; Sikhs; Segauli; Ranjor Singh Thapa; Ram of Hindur; Raja of Nepal; Oudh; Ochterlony, D.; Parsa; Nugent, G.; Nahan; Moorcroft, W.; Makwanpur; Marley, B.; Lawtie, P.; Kumaun; Ludlow, J.; Jaithak; Kali; Gurkha Regimenter; Engelske Hær i Indien; Hastings; Gardner, W.; Gorakhpur; Dehra Dun; Kina; Calcutta; Brahma Shak; Bradshaw, P.; Amar Singh Thapa; Bal Bahadur Singh.
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The Quarrel with the British
The Matter of Himalayan Trade
The Bengal Army
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