Friday, 1 May 2009

Books & Documents

Maharajah Duleep Singh:
- The Exile, by Navtej Singh Sarna, Penguin Books India, New Delhi, 2008

- The Duleep Singhs: The Photographic Album of Queen Victoria's Maharajah: Photo Album of Queen Victoria's Maharajah by Peter Bance, 2004

- The Maharajah's Box: An Imperial Story of Conspiracy, Love and a Guru's Prophecy by Christy Campbell , 2000

- Sovereign, Squire and Rebel: Maharajah Duleep Singh and the Heirs of a Lost Kingdom by Peter Bance


Anglo-Sikh Wars 1845-1849
- The Annexation of the Punjab and the Maharaja Duleep Singh by Evans Bell
- History of Anglo-Sikh War by Om Prakash
- The Hero of Aliwal: the Campaigns of Sir Harry Smith in India, 1843-1846, During the Gwalior War & the First Sikh War
- The First and Second Sikh Wars: An Official British Army History by Reginald George Burton & Jon Coulston (Illustrator)
- A Journal of the Second Sikh War: the Experiences of an Ensign of the 2nd Bengal European Regiment During the Campaign in the Punjab
- Anglo-Sikh wars, 1845-1849, by Bakhshish Singh Nijjar
- The Sikhs and Sikh Wars: The Rise, Conquest and Annexation of the Punjab State, by Charles Gough & Arthur D Innes, 1897

-Military System of the Sikhs 1799-1849, by Fauja Singh Bajwa, 1964, New Dheli

- A Norfolk Soldier in the First Sikh War: Experiences of a Private H.M. 9th Regiment of Foot in the Battles for the Punjab, India 1845-6, by J W Baldwin

- SERGEANT PEARMAN'S MEMOIRS. Account of his service in India from 1845-1853 including the First and Second Sikh Wars, by Marquess Anglesey, 1968

- Fellowship in the East (Novel set in the Sikh Wars), by W D Arnold, 1854, 1973 reissue.

- ANGLO SIKH WAR MONUMENTS IN PANJAB, by Amarpal Sidhu, U.K.

-AT THEM WITH THE BAYONET! The First Sikh War, by Donald Featherstone, 1968

-VICTORIAN COLONIAL WARFARE: India, from the Conquest of Sind to the Indian Mutiny, by Donald Featherstone, 1994


Sikh Soldiers
-The Sikhs: A handbook for the Indian Army, by Major A E Barstow, 1928
-1st King George's V Own Battalion, the Sikh Regiment, the 14th King George's Own response Ferozepur Sikhs, Lieutenant-Colonel P G Bamford, 1948

-Handbook of the Indian Army: Sikhs, by A K Bingley, 1899

-Sikh Regiments in the Second World War, by F T Birdwood

-32nd Sikh Pioneers, A regimental history, by H R Brander, 1906

-Punjabis: A history of the 20th Infantry - Duke of Cambridge Own Force, by Brownlow, 1920

-Historical records of the 3rd Sikh regiment 1847-1930, by George Bruce, 1931

-Description of the view of the Battle of Sabroan, with the defeat of the Army of Punjab, by Robert Burford, 1846


British Raaj in Panjaab
-British Occupation of the Punjab, by Ganda Singh, 1956

-AMRITSAR: The Massacre that Ended the Raj, by Alfred Draper, 1981

-THE BUTCHER OF AMRITSAR: General Reginald Dyer, by Nigel Collett, 2005

-THE NECESSARY HELL: John and Henry Lawrence and the Indian Empire, by Michael Edwardes, 1958


Anglo-Sikh History
- Anglo-Sikh relations, 1799-1849: a reappraisal of the rise and fall of the Sikhs, by
Bikrama Jit Hasrat, 1968

-PAINTINGS OF THE SIKHS, by W G Archer, 1966, HMSO.

Sikhs in Britain
- Sikhs in Britain: The Making of a Community by Gurharpal Singh & Darshan Singh Tatla

- Khalsa Jatha British Isles 1908-2008 by Peter Bance, Gurpreet Singh Anand, Sukhbinder Singh Paul





Sikh Power and Statehood

- Empire of The Sikhs: The Life and Times of Maharaja Ranjit Singh by Patwant Singh and Jyoti M Rai

- The Sikh Army, 1799-1849 (Men-at-arms) by Ian Heath (Author), Michael Perry (Illustrator)

- The Court of Ranjeet Singh, by Bishan Singh, 1864

- UP THE COUNTRY: A visit to the Lahore of Ranjit Singh (Letters from the Governor-General's sister 1837-1840), by Emily Eden, 1997

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