The Twentieth Century, Volume 10

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Nineteenth Century and After, 1881 - Nineteenth century

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In the Opium related trade an article here the fact was 1958 the Clive & Company closed the Opium trade of Dutch then started was against Dutch in 1959. The Was famous name as Bidera War at Hugli to Bay of Bengal. It was the war actually 3 Parties Vs Dutch. English never win one to one but here English
Forces added Puppet Nabob's force and the Hindu traitors Militia force won the East India Company. Just I completed an article on it. Clive's plans with the Mirzafar and Miran his son and Raja Rajballabh alsong with Khoja Wazil and Baidurlab Mahendra. John Herbert was appointed as a Agent at Batavia. The total Drama also came out the filthy spot of East India Company affairs in 1759.
 

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