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List of important Anglo-Indian Wars in Modern History

Following is the list of some important Anglo-Indian wars in Modern History

  1. 1767-1769 → First Anglo-Mysore War → It was concluded with Treaty of Madras.
  2. 1775-1782 → First Anglo-Maratha War → Treaty of Surat (11775) → Treaty of Purandar (17716) → Treaty of Salbai (1782).
  3. 1779-1784 → Second Anglo-Mysore War → Treaty of Mangalore.
  4. 1790-1792 → Third Anglo-Mysore War → Treaty of Srirangapatnam
  5. 1798-1799 → Fourth Anglo-Mysore War → Mysore conquered by British forces.
  6. 1803-1805 → Second Anglo-Maratha War → Treaty of Bassein (1802).
  7. 1809 → Treaty of Amritsar between Ranjit Singh and British.
  8. 1817-1819 → Third Anglo-Maratha War
  9. 1839-1842 → First Anglo-Afghan War
  10. 1843 → Conquest of Sind by British forces ( L. Ellenborough was Governor-General Of India)
  11. 1845-1846 → First Anglo-Sikh War
  12. 1848-1849 → Conquest of Punjab by British.
  13. 1870-1880 →Second Anglo-Afghan War
  14. 1893 → Durand Line Agreement between Afghan and British.

Timeline of Anglo-Mysore War

  1. 1767-1769 → 1st Anglo-Mysore War → Treaty of Madras.
  2. 1779-1784 → 2nd Anglo-Mysore War → Treaty of Mangalore.
  3. 1790-1792 → 3rd Anglo-Mysore War → Treaty of Srirangapatnam
  4. 1799 → 4th Anglo-Mysore War → Mysore conquered by British forces.

Timeline of Anglo-Maratha War

  1. 1775-1782 → 1st Anglo-Maratha War → Treaty of Surat (11775) → Treaty of Purandar (17716) → Treaty of Salbai (1782).
  2. 1803-1805 → 2nd Anglo-Maratha War → Treaty of Bassein (1802).
  3. 1817-1819 → 3rd Anglo-Maratha
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  1. Anglo-Indians were not involved in these wars. Your submission that the word Anglo, also includes Anglo-Indian, is not correct.
    Anglo-Indian is defined in the Indian Constitution as a person whose father or any of whose other male progenitors in the male line is or was of European descent but who is domiciled within the territory of India and is or was born within such territory of parents habitually resident therein and not established there for temporary purposes only.

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