Wellington and the Marathas in 1803

@article{Cooper2022WellingtonAT,
  title={Wellington and the Marathas in 1803},
  author={Randolf G. S. Cooper},
  journal={Warfare and Empires},
  year={2022}
}
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, he fought two of his most fiercely contested battles, against the troops of Daulat Rao Sindhia and the raja of Berar in the Second Maratha War. The performance of the Marathas at the battles of Assaye on 23 September 1803 and Argaum on 28 November attests to the high level of their infantry and… 
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