History of War

Great Battles Aliwal 1846


The British deploy into line and marched steadily towards the Sikhs. Colonel James Robertson of the 31st Regiment described the battlefield as “a magnificent flat plain, extending for miles in the direction of the enemy’s entrenched camp”.


The British commander,

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