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  1. Hallo Peter,

    It’s a fantastic homepage. Lots of material – very interesting and informative!
    Do you remember me? I hope so!!
    The Captains name of the Seapoys was Georg Friedrich Gaupp.

    Best wishes

    • Hi Maria,
      Thanks for the comment.

  2. Peter:

    Your page on the battle of plassey is fantastic. I edit that page on Wikipedia and have found your material very interesting.

    • Thank you for your comment. It is a battle I find particularly interesting.

  3. Pete:

    Very good information here. I am compiling a similar article on the armor and battle raiments of the Rajputs of Kathiawar (Western India). Much of my information comes from older paintings, and my personal collection of arms and armor from the region. I might borrow some information from your article, with your permission, as it there is so much in common between the various Northern Indian battle raiments.

    • Hi,
      Thanks for the comments. Please feel free to borrow any information you need.


  4. Dear Pete:I am Sabnyasachi Dasgupta.I am an Assistant Professor at Visva-Bharati,Santiniketan,India.My forthcoming book is on the Sepoy Rebellions in the Colonial Army.Can i use with your permission the pictures on sepoy-uniforms in my section on uniforms?

    • Hi Sabnyaschi,
      Yes, go ahead. I hope I’ve put sources where I had details of them.

  5. Thank you so much..Sabyasachi

  6. Dear Sir,
    I am art historian from Bangalore.I need images of objects from Tipoo Sultan and the Battle of Srirangapatan,Anglo Mysore war.
    I will rightfully acknowledge your Collection.
    Suresh Jayaram

    • Yes, feel free to use any.

  7. A fascinating and detailed blog about the Indian army. Stumbled across this after following up a visit to the royal armouries museum in Leeds. Great stuff Pete.

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