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Among the many wars by which, province by province, the Empire of India was won by Britishers, few, if any, were more brilliant and hard fought than those which terminated in the annexation of the Punjaub. It is satisfactory to know that the conquest of the Sikhs—a brave and independent race—was not brought about by any of the intrigues which marred the brilliancy of some of the early conquests, or by greed for additional territory. It was a result of a wanton invasion of the states under protection by the turbulent soldiery of the Punjaub, who believed themselves invincible and embarked upon the conflict with a confident belief that they would make themselves masters of Delhi.

Through the Sikh War: A Tale of the Conquest of the Punjaub

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