"Kim Wagner's elegant narrative uses the story of one man's death and skull to excavate the under-belly of Britain's nineteenth century empire. Kim A. Wagner is Senior Lecturer in British Imperial History, Queen Mary, University of London. He has written three previous books on. The Skull of Alum Bheg and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Primus Books Thuggee: Banditry And The British In Early Nineteenth-Century India by Kim A. Wagner Hardcover $ Start reading The Skull of Alum Bheg on your Kindle in under a minute. In , a human skull was discovered in a pub in Kent in south-east England. A brief handwritten note stuck inside the cavity revealed it to be that of Alum Bheg, an Indian soldier in British service who was executed during the aftermath of the Uprising, or The Indian Mutiny as historians of an earlier era described it.
22 Mar Eventbrite - SOAS South Asia Institute presents The Skull of Alum Bheg: The Life and Death of a Rebel of - Thursday, 22 March at Room B, London , England. Find event and ticket information. The Skull of Alum Bheg: The Life and Death of a Rebel of (Hurst: London; Penguin India: Delhi, ). Kim A. Wagner. Uploaded by. Kim A. Wagner. connect to download. Get pdf. 25 Nov In his latest book, The Skull of Alum Bheg, historian Kim Wagner delves into the mutiny of and the shadows of colonial rule in India. Spurred by an intriguing find, Wagner, a lecturer at the Queen Mary University of London, weaves a narrative that explores the lives, and deaths, of soldiers, and rebels.
Booktopia has The Skull of Alum Bheg, The Life and Death of a Rebel of by Kim A. Wagner. Buy a discounted Hardcover of The Skull of Alum Bheg online from Australia's leading online bookstore. 15 Apr My focus is simply on returning the remains of Alum Bheg to what was once his homeland so that he can be put to rest years after he died," said Mr Wagner, the author of 'The Skull of Alum Bheg: The Life and Death of a Rebel of ', which was released recently. book on alum bheg revolt. 13 Jan Many and various are the things one finds in Kentish pubs (I'm told); but few could top the sepoy's skull discovered at The Lord Clyde, Walmer, complete with brief biography: Skull of havildar 'Alum Bheg', 46th Regt. Bengal N. Infantry blown away from a gun. From this grisly starting point, Kim Wagner.