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The Eastern Frontier of British India, 1784-1826

A C Banerjee (Author)
Synopsis This book, first published in 1943, is an objective and critical study of the first phase of expansion of British rule in Burma and Assam. The Burmese Empire was powerful and aggressive: it threatened the security of the British province of Bengal. The British treated the Burmese threat as a frontier problem which reached a stage when war became inevitable. The author has used English, Assamese, Bengali and Burmese sources.
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About the author

A C Banerjee

Prof. Anil Chandra Banerjee (b. 1910) retired in 1975 as Guru Nanak Professor of Indian History at Jadavpur University after holding Centenary Professorship of International Relations at Calcutta University. He has written a large number of authoritative volumes on different aspects of Indian History, including Guru Nanak and the Sikh Religion, Guru Nanak to Guru Gobind Singh, The Khalsa Raj, Aspects of Rajput State and Society, The Rajput States and British Paramountcy Peshwa Madhav Rao I, Two Nations, The State and Society in Northern India, the Agrarian System of Bengal (in two Vols.), The Constitutional History of India (in 3 Vols,), English Law in India, etc. He has edited The Comprehensive History of India, (Vol IX, Indian History Congress), Fort William India House Correspondence (Vol XX, National Archives of India), and Indian Constitutional Documents (in 4 Vols.)

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Title The Eastern Frontier of British India, 1784-1826
Author A C Banerjee
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1986
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length xii+516p. Figures; Maps; Notes; Abbreviations; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.
Subjects History