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The British terms in the negotiations were strongly influenced by the heavy cost in lives and money which the war had entailed. ^ a b c Phayre, Lt. Henty is a fictional account of the First Anglo-Burmese War.[25] The first few chapters of the novel The Sabre's Edge by Allan Mallinson are set during the First Anglo-Burmese War. Instead of fighting in hard terrain, the British took the fight to the Burmese mainland. ^ "On The Irrawaddy:". History of Burma. Hall (1960). The First Burmese War.Capture of Rangoon.The European Prisoners.Morality among the Troops, Etc. Yet Bandula (from Arakan) and Uzana (from Assam) in a testament to their generalship and logistical skills, managed to do just that. Bandula was part of the war party at Bagyidaw's court, which also included Queen Me Nu and her brother, the Lord of Salin.[4] Bandula believed that a decisive victory could allow Ava to consolidate its gains in its new western empire in Arakan, Manipur, Assam, Cachar and Jaintia, as well as take over eastern Bengal.[6]. London: Sunil Gupta. v. 2, Part 1: From c.1800 to the 1930s (2000) excerpt . See also[edit]. I.B.Tauris. Some 40,000 British and Indians troops had been involved of whom 15,000 had been killed. Chapter VII. The British, with far superior weaponry, withstood several Burmese charges at the Shwedagon fort, cutting down men by the thousands. Submit Feedback If you prefer to suggest specific edits or additions directly into the article you can go to edit mode (requires login).


^ German Language Institute ^ ^ Thant Myint-U (2008). The British army remained in the territories surrendered to it under the treaty and in the territories such as the Rangoon area which were occupied for several years in guarantee of the financial terms of the treaty. USA: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Negotiations having commenced, the Burmese were forced to accept the British terms to end the war, signing the Treaty of Yandabo in February 1826. The British launched attacks on Burmese lines, and by July 1824, had successfully pushed the Burmese towards Kamayut, five miles from Shwedagon. The Defeat of Ava: The First Anglo-Burmese War, 1824-26 (Hardcover ed.). USA: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. London: Frank Cass & Co. Having lost experienced men in Yangon, the Burmese forces now numbered about 10,000, of mixed quality, including some of the king's best soldiers but also many untrained and barely armed conscripts. Retrieved 23 October 2014. f9488a8cf8

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