The Sepoy Rebellion began in Meerut, India in May 1857 and continued until it was suppressed in April 1859. During this time, the rebellion spread to Delhi, the Ganges Valley, central India and parts of Bengal. More »

The Sepoy Rebellion of 1857 was the result of a number of aggressive policies imposed by the British upon their colonial Indian subjects in the years preceding the revolt. These included vast territorial expansion; divid... More »

As a result of the Sepoy Mutiny, which some call the Indian Rebellion of 1857, the British government dissolved the British East India Company. The British government then began administering those areas directly, and Qu... More »

The Sepoy Rebellion of 1857 was the result of a number of aggressive policies imposed by the British upon their colonial Indian subjects in the years preceding the revolt. These included vast territorial expansion; divid... More »

India won the Kargil War, which was a short conflict which began in May of 1999 when Pakistani soldiers infiltrated Kashmir, the northernmost region of India along the border with Pakistan. The war ended in July of 1999 ... More »

The cause of the Sepoy Mutiny, also known as the Indian Rebellion of 1857, is often attributed to the incident which is believed to have sparked the uprising: the opposition by Hindu and Muslim soldiers in the British Ar... More »

The Boxer Rebellion in China, which was ultimately suppressed by the Eight-Nation Alliance of foreign powers in 1901, severely weakened the Qing Dynasty and its defense capabilities, forced the Chinese to accept the garr... More »