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Sir Charles Napier

Sir Charles Napier

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Published by Sani Panhwar
Very first biography on Sir Charles Napier first published in 1895.
Very first biography on Sir Charles Napier first published in 1895.

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Published by: Sani Panhwar on Mar 09, 2009
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byT. R. E. Holmes.1895
Reproduced by
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California 2009
 
Sir Charles Napier; biography Copyright ©www.panhwar.com 2
ITRODUCTIO
This biography was taken from a book titled ‘
 Lives of IndianOfficers’ 
which was originally published in three volumes in 1895,written by T. R. E. Holmes. The original volumes covered famousBritish soldiers who served in India.I have reproduced the portion written on Sir Charles Napier whoconquered the province of Sindh from Talpur Ameers. Napier is avery controversial figure of contemporary history. Even though thewriter is biased and has given high credit to Napier but I will leaveit up to the reader to make a decision on Napier’s personality, hisactions before and after taking over Sindh and his administration inthe province of Sindh.This was the very first biography written on Sir Charles Napier.Enjoy readingSani Panhwar Los Angeles, CaliforniaMarch 2009

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