Monday, June 7, 2010

Simon Fraser

Simon Fraser (Must Read the note below within this section): He was the political agent residing at Delhi where the pensioner Padshah Bhadur Shah II was living. He was killed somewhere after May 11, 1857 by the sepoys who had come from Meerut and the people who had gathered around those sepoys.

Note: Simon Fraser here is about a person who was in India in 1857. There are a number of persons by the same name associated with histories of different regions, nations and times. Use discretion while picking reference from here. It is valid only in case of Indian History, Colonial period.

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The Indian Uprising of 1857-8: Prisons, Prisoners and Rebellion (Anthem South Asian Studies)The Great Uprising India 1857Awadh in Revolt 1857-1858: A Study of Popular Resistence (Anthem South Asian Studies)The Great Uprising in India, 1857-58: Untold Stories, Indian and British (Worlds of the East India Company)What Really Happened During the Mutiny: A Day-by-Day Account of the Major Events of 1857-59 in IndiaWar of No Pity: The Indian Mutiny and Victorian Trauma

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