Irene Green The Recollections of a Nurse in India in the Last Years of the British Raj
A Leonaur Original—First Time in Print The life of a nurse in the last days of the Raj
Irene Green’s book is a Leonaur first edition—never before in print. Irene was born in Agra, India the child of a European father (born in India to E..
M. H. Ouvry Recollections of a Cavalry Officer’s Wife Before & During the Indian Mutiny, 1857 The mutiny as seen by a Lancer’s wife
This account, which briefly covers life in India immediately preceding the Indian Mutiny, was originally titled A Lady’s Life Before and During the Indian Muti..
R. M. Coopland An English Lady's Ordeals in Gwalior and Agra During the Indian Mutiny 1857 Nightmare experiences in a land torn apart by violence, mutiny, betrayal and war
The British travelled to live in India throughout the years of the Empire. It was always an adventure, a journey to ..
Florentia Sale An Indomitable Victorian Lady’s Account of the Retreat from Kabul During the First Afghan War The hard road back to India
There are few books that can truly be said to be unique, but this is one. Afghanistan has been a battleground since man has occupied its hostile landscape and others hav..
Frances Isabella Duberly An Intrepid Victorian Lady’s Experience of the Crimea and Indian Mutiny
Two feminine adventures from the age of Victoria
Mrs Frances Duberly, or 'Fanny' as she was widely known, would have been a remarkable woman in any age; as the wife of a serving soldier in the Vict..