The Second Anglo-Sikh War (Book) Review
by Warfare Magazine
Publisher: Amberley Publishing
Author: Amarpal Singh
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This brand new book from author Amarpal Singh is a fascinating and bloody story of the British in India. A disgruntled garrison's chance killing of two young British officers sent to govern the city of Multan sparks an unexpected war between the East India Company and the Sikh Empire. Complete with maps, drafted using GPS on location in Pakistan by the author, contemporary illustrations from the British Library and National Army museum, this book makes for a thrilling read.
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