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2/2 1891

Two groups of people were punished by the British Raj while taking over the kingdom of Manipur, the last province in British India to be administered under the imperial rule. Five of them were hanged to death while another 22 were exiled (‘transported for life’). The first collection contains a brief detail of those hanged to death, and the second, those were exiled.

This is the second collection.

1/2 1891 The People of the Anglo-Manipur War2/2 1891 The People of the Anglo-Manipur War   







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