The Red Year: A Story of the Indian Mutiny
by Louis Tracy
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap 1907
Number of pages: 328
The lie and the message flew through India with the inconceivable speed with which such ill tidings always travels in that country. Ever north went the news that the British Raj was doomed. Hindu fakirs, aglow with religious zeal, Mussalman zealots, as eager for dominance in this world as for a houri-tenanted Paradise in the next, carried the fiery torch of rebellion far and wide.
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