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Collection on Freedom Movement(1857-1858)

Books
1 Bakshi S.R., 1857 the historic rebellion. New Delhi : Sarup & Sons,2007. 380 p.
2 Chakravarty, Gautam. The Indian Mutiny and the British imagination. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. 242 p.
3 Cosens, F.R. Fatehgrarh and the Mutiny. Karachi : Indus Publications,1978. 276 p.
4 Embree, Ainslie T. India in 1857: the Revolt against foreign rule. Delhi: Chanakya Publications, 1987. 197 p.
5 Forrest, George W. A history of the Indian Mutiny 1857-1858. New Delhi: Asian Educational Services,2006. 3 volumes. 651 p.
6 Forrest, George W. The Indian Mutiny 1857-1858 : selections from the letters and other state papers preserved in the Military department of the Government of India 1857-1858. Calcutta : Military Department Press, 1902. 890 p.
7 Hilton, Edward H. The Mutiny records: Outh and Lucknow (1856-1857). Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publications,2004. 292 p.
8 Javeed Jeelani. Indian muslims : through thirteen decades 1857-1987. Karachi: Royal Book Company,1992. 148 p.
9 Jayapalan, N. History of the Freedom Movement (1857-1947) New Delhi: Ashish Publishing House, 143 p.
10 Lautfullah, Syed. Azimullah Khan Yusufzai: the man behind the war of Independence 1857. Karachi: Mohamedali Education Society, 1970. 197 p.
11 Malik, Salahuddin 1857 War of independence or clash of civilizations? British Public reactions. Karachi: Oxford University Press, 2008. 288 p.
12 Malleson, G.B. The Indian Mutiny of 1857. Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publications, Lahore, 421 p.
13 Malleson, G.B. The Indian Mutiny of 1857. New Delhi: Rupa, 2005. 278 p.
14 May, Linis S. The Evolutions of Indo-muslim thought after 1857. Lahore : S H. Muhammad Ashraf, 1970. 488 p.
15 Miles, Alfred H. Fifty two stories of the Indian Mutiny and the men who saved India. Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publications, 2007. 440p.
16 Misra, Amaresh War of civilizations: India AD. 1857: the road to Delhi. New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 2008. 2 v.
17 Misra, Amaresh Lucknow: fire of grace: the story of its revolution, renaissance and the aftermath. New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 2004. 369 p.
18 Mitchell, William Forbes. Reminiscences of great Munity 1857-1859. New Delhi: Asian Educational Services, 2002. 295 p.
19 Mohan, Krishan. Revolt of 1857 and the Indian Freedom Movement. Jaipur: Book Enclave, 1999. 272 p.
20 Mukharya, P.S. The Revolt of 1857: Saugor and Nerbudda territories. Delhi: Sharada Publishing House, 2001. 296 p.
21 Mutiny records correspondence: in two parts. Lahore: the Punjab Government Press, 2005. 926 p.
22 Naravane, M.S. Battles of the Honourable East India Company. New Delhi: APH, 2006. 261 p.
23 Nayar, Promod K. (ed.) The Penguin 1857 reader. New Delhi: Penguin, 2007. 339 p.
24 Nolan, E.H. The illustrated history of the British empire in India & the East from the earliest times to the Suppression of the sepoy mutiny in 1859. Delhi: Discovery Publishing House, 1987. 2 v.
25 Oldenburg, Verna Talwar. The Making of cononial Lucknow 1856-1877. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984.287 p.
26 Ram, S. & Kumar, R. Encyclopedia of Indian Freedom struggle the mutiny & its impact 1857-1884. New Delhi: Comman Wealth, 2008. 10 v.
27 Razi Wasti, Syed Muslim Struggle for Freedom in British India. Lahore: Book Traders, 1993. 397 p.
28 Record of the Delhi residency and agency. Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publication, 2006. 488 p.
29 Reghavan, G.N.S.The press in India: a new history New Delhi: Gyan Publishing House, c 1994. 245 p.
30 Roberts, Lord of Kandahar Forty one years in India from Subaltern to Commander in Chief. New Delhi: Asian Educational Services, 2005. 601 p.
31 Spilsbury, Julian The Indian mutiny. London: Weidenfeild & Nicolson, 2007 373 p.
32 Srivastava, Dr. K.B. The great Indian revolt of 1857: flames, fire and freedom. New Delhi: Regal, 2007. 197 p.
33 Taqvi, Roshan. Lucknow 1857 (the two wars of Laucknow: the dusk of an era). Lucknow: New Royal Book, 2001. 297 p.
34 Taylor, P.J.O. A Companion to the Indian Mutiny of 1857. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1996. 415 p.
35 Verma, S.P. Eighteen fifty seven: revolt and contemporary visuals. New Delhi: Aryans, 2007. 226 p.
36 Wald Andrew. Our bones are scattered: the Cawnpore massacres and the Indian Mutiny of 1857. London: John Murrey Publishers, 1996. 703 p.
37 Wilberforce, Reginald G. An Unrecorded chapter of the Indian Mutiny. Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publications, 2007. 234 p.
38 1857 select documents. New Delhi: Life Span Publishers & Distributors, 2008. 8 v.




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