India's Historic Battles: From Alexander the Great to Kargil
Orient Blackswan, 2004 - 201 sivua
Battles Are Central To Warfare. This Book Describes Twelve Great Battles Which Changed The Course Of India`S History. The Book Takes Recent Researches Into Technology, Military Theory And Demography Into Account; The Author Also Moves Freely Across Space And Time In His Analyses. Could Paurava And Alexander`S Clash On The Jhelum In 326 Bc Have Anything In Common With The Normandy Landings Of June 1944? Do Events In 1557, When Hemu Was Fighting The Mughals, Remind Us Of The Siege Of Leningrad In 1943? Was The Japanese Response To Netaji`S Ina Affected By The Presence Of Chiang Kai Sheik?.
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The Second Battle
The First Battle
The Second Battle of Panipat
The Third Battle of Panipat
Buxar 23 October 1764
The Siege of Seringapatam
The Battle of Assaye 23 September 1803
Imphal and Kohima MarchJuly 1944
Mission Impossible? Against the Jehadis at Kargil
Towards Armageddon or
Abdali able advance Afghan Alexander archers armed armour army artillery attack Babur battle battlefield became Bengal Bhau brigade British Buxar camp campaign carried cavalry Central centre century charge chiefs combat command Company Company's conduct continued corps crossed death decided decisive defeated Delhi destroy discipline division East effect elephants empire enemy European faced failed field fight fire flank follow force fought Ghori Greek guard guns heavy Hemu Hindu horses Ibrahim Indian Indian army infantry Japanese Kargil Khalsa Khan killed known lacked land leader lost Lucknow Mahmud maintained Maratha marched military mounted moved Mughal officers operation Pakistan Panipat Paurava Persian position Rajput rebels regiments remained rept resulted retreat river ruler Second sepoy Shah side siege Sikh soldiers started superiority supply tactical thousand Tipu took trained troops Turkish turn units victory warfare West wing World wounded