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The British in India in the Era of Richard Wellesley (1798-1805)
Šanc, Josef ; Valkoun, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Županič, Jan (referee)
(English): The British India evolved significantly during the administration of governor-general Richard Wellesley. The primary objective of this Master's thesis is to analyze this imporant period of Indian history. The two most important conflicts of this period will be outlined - the last war with Tippu Sultan and the fairly complex Maratha Confederacy conflict started by the signing of the Treaty of Vasai. This treaty is very important milestone of the British rule in India. The thesis will also analyze the british policy of subsidiary alliances, which was applied to indigenous rulers.
The British in India in the Era of Richard Wellesley (1798-1805)
Šanc, Josef ; Valkoun, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Wanner, Michal (referee)
(English): The British India evolved significantly during the administration of governor-general Richard Wellesley. The primary objective of this Master's thesis is to analyze this imporant period of Indian history. The two most important conflicts of this period will be outlined - the last war with Tippu Sultan and the fairly complex Maratha Confederacy conflict started by the signing of the Treaty of Vassai, which is considered as very important milestone of the British rule in India. The thesis will also analyze the british policy of subsidiary alliances, which was applied to indigenous rulers.
The British-French Rivalry in India in Years 1756-1763
Šanc, Josef ; Valkoun, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Stellner, František (referee)
The primary aim of this Bachelor's thesis is to analyse the British-French rivalry in the years 1756-1763. The causes of this contention are analysed, as they are crucial to understanding of the clash to follow. Focus is set primarily on the British conquest of the Bengal, the main clash in the Carnatic, the results of the Treaty of Paris and influence on the following development of the Indian subcontinent. Aid of maternal countries in the context of the Seven Years' War is analysed as well.