Counter-Insurgency in the Bombay Presidency during the Mutiny-Rebellion, 1857
This article outlines the British efforts to tackle the Indian Mutiny-Rebellion in the Bombay Presidency in 1857. This example offers a number of important points relating to modern counter-insurgency debates and highlights the balanced approach the British took to dealing with the threats they faced.
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