True Knowledge of the Christ: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism – The Gospel of John (CW 100) (The Collected Works of Rudolf Steiner)
True Knowledge of the Christ: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism – The Gospel of John (CW 100) (The Collected Works of Rudolf Steiner)
True Knowledge of the Christ: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism – The Gospel of John (CW 100) (The Collected Works of Rudolf Steiner)

True Knowledge of the Christ: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism – The Gospel of John (CW 100) (The Collected Works of Rudolf Steiner)

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Illustrated with over one hundred maps, photos and portraits, of the battles, individuals and places involved in the Indian Mutiny.

A gripping account of the Siege of Delhi which formed one of the focal points of the entire Indian Mutiny.

“The ever memorable period in the history of our Eastern Empire known as the Great Indian Rebellion or Mutiny of the Bengal army was an epoch fraught with the most momentous consequences, and one which resulted in covering with undying fame those who bore part in its suppression.

The passions aroused during the struggle, the fierce hate animating the breasts of the combatants, the deadly incidents of the strife, which without intermission lasted for nearly two years, and deluged with blood the plains and cities of Hindostan, have scarcely a parallel in history.

On the one side religious fanaticism, when Hindoo and Mohammedan, restraining the bitter animosity of their rival creeds, united together in the attempt to drive out of their common country that race which for one hundred years had dominated and held the overlordship of the greater portion of India.

On the other side, a small band of Englishmen, a few thousand white men among millions of Asiatics, stood shoulder to shoulder, calm, fearless, determined, ready to brave the onslaught of their enemies, to maintain with undiminished lustre the proud deeds of their ancestors, and to a man resolved to conquer or to die.”—Introduction

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