Sep 01, 2017 · List of all major historical events of India(Timeline of Indian History). It will help students preparing for competitive exams as well as people interested in Indian History.
In 1796 Baji Rao II, son of Raghunath Rao became the Peshwa. Nana Phadanis looked after the Maratha kingdom well until his death in 1800 A.D. After that Baji Rao II signed a treaty with the British in 1802, which weakened the Peshwa power. His son, Nanasaheb Peshwa opposed the British with whatever support he could muster.
British-led Allied Armies under Wellington and Prussian commands defeated Napoleon and the French army at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. The Second Global War was so far the most destructive and the deadliest war in the entire human history. It started in 1939, this time, between the Allies and the...
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The bank started to make its first acquisitions, such as The British Bank of the Middle East (BBME; pictured above is a banknote issued by BBME in the early 20th century). By the time of its centenary in 1965, HSBC had a network of 170 offices across the globe.
fewer than 20 American. British attack on west bank positions succeeds but too late. 9 US and British agree to suspend hostilities at battleﬁ eld. British ﬂ eet, now sailing up Mississippi River, bombards Fort St. Philip, about 80 miles south of New Orleans. 13 British Gen. Lambert orders troops to evacuate.
thomas r. metcalfis Professor of History and Sarah Kailath Profes-sor of India Studies Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley. His recent publications include Ideologies of the Raj (1994) and Forging the Raj: Essays on British India in the Heyday of Empire (2005).