A military chart of the marches and encampments of the grand army commanded by Major General Medows from the 26th May to the 14th December 1790 by C. Mackenzie

A military chart of the marches and encampments of the grand army commanded by Major General Medows from the 26th May to the 14th December...

C. Mackenzie

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A military chart of the marches and encampments of the grand army commanded by Major General Medows from the 26th May to the 14th December 1790 by C. Mackenzie zoom

A military chart of the marches and encampments of the grand army commanded by Major General Medows from the 26th May to the 14th December 1790

At the beginning of the Third Mysore War the main division of the British army, under Medows, attempted to reach Mysore from the south. Tipu Sultan's much larger army descended through the Gazzalhatty Pass and drove the British back.
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Original size: 500 mm x 420 mm

  • Image reference: K1046

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