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Women in Ground Close Combat
As the global momentum towards the acceptance of women in ground close combat (GCC) continues to grow, the US decided in December 2015 to open all GCC roles to women without exception – a
Naukar, Rajput and Sepoy: The Ethnohistory of the Military Labour Market in Hindustan, 1450–1850 . By Dirk H. A. Kolff. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, England, 1990. Pp. xvi, 217.
characterization (e.g. in the case of Li Cunxiao (p. 46) and in the case of Zhang Liang (p. 76)), which now here are credited to 'the novelist', actually derive from zqju. Very little attention is
The Anglo-Maratha Campaigns and the Contest for India: The Struggle for Control of the South Asian Military Economy
List of maps Acknowledgements A note on transliteration and references List of abbreviations used in the references Introduction 1. Maratha military culture 2. British perceptions and the road to war
Smallarms of the East India Company 1600–1856. Vol. I: Procurement and Design; Vol. II: Catalogue of Patterns. By D. F. HARDING. Foresight Books, PO Box 15061, London, N10 2WF, UK, 1997.
In June of 1997 a conference on ‘The New Military History of South Asia’ was held at Wolfson College, Cambridge. The three-day event drew scholars from Asia, Europe, Australia, and North America. The
Beyond Beasts and Bullion: Economic Considerations in Bombay's Military Logistics, 1803
A previous work on British Indian Army logistics from 1757 to 1857 called into question the accuracy of labeling Arthur Wellesley ‘The Logistical Architect of the British Indian Army’. As the
Wellington and the Marathas in 1803
Arthur wellesley's first opportunity of independent command /\ came in India, to which he went out a lieutenant-colonel in JL X 1797, returning in 1805 a major-general with a knighthood. While there,