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Sepoy mutiny

An 1857 rebellion of hindu and muslim soldiers against the British in India.

josiah frazier

on 3 May 2010

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Transcript of Sepoy mutiny

Sepoy Mutiny Who were the Sepoys?
What role did Great Britain have? The Rebellion The Outcome The sepoys were
hindu and Muslim
soldiers against the
british in India By 1850, British controlled
most the Indan subcontinent.
Charles Canning, the governer-
general of India during the rebellion.
Lord Dalhousie, the Governor-
General of India from
1848 to 1856, who devised the
Doctrine of Lapse.
one of the principal leaders
of the rebellion who earlier had
lost her kingdom as a result of the
Doctrine of Lapse. The last mughal emperor,
crowned emperor of India,
by the troops, he deposed by
the british, and died in exile
in burma.

"the relief of lucknow" by
Thomas Jones Barker Depection of the mass execution
of rebels in British India by cannon. The hangings of two particpants
in the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
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