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Synopsis for JW3 Himalaya class, Thurs 18 November

NEPAL

Part One : Better to die, than be a coward

The Gurkhas and relationship with EIC, Indian, and British Army 1816- onwards


Part Two:

Creation of a unified Nepal, 1768

British Involvement from 1814-1947

Two Anglo-Nepalese Treaties 1816 and 1923

Post War democracy Movement 1951

A word re Royal Houses

King Mahendra 1955-72

Nepalese Civil War 1996-2006

Nepalese Royal Massacre 2001



A History of Nepal by John Whelpton




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