2 edition of Sir Henry Havelock, the Christian soldier found in the catalog.
Parrish & Willingham. Confederate imprints, 9306.
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This is a list of people who held general officer rank or the rank of brigadier (together now recognized as starred officers) in the British Army, Royal Marines, British Indian Army or other military force.. It does not include English Army generals or Scottish Army generals. Neither England nor Scotland has had its own army since the Acts of Union in Unfortunately, this short book is highly repetitive and makes for rather dry reading. It also overlooks the [End Page ] many recommendations for Christian discipline by officers in the field—Sir Henry Montgomery Lawrence is one example from India. John Peck’s book is certainly livelier reading and his ambitions are greater.
The late John Pollock, an award-winning biographer, had a flair for telling a dramatic story. He used this talent to write many biographies including ones on D. L. Moody and Major General Sir Henry Havelock/5. India - India - The mutiny and great revolt of – When soldiers of the Bengal army mutinied in Meerut on , tension had been growing for some time. The immediate cause of military disaffection was the deployment of the new breech-loading Enfield rifle, the cartridge of which was purportedly greased with pork and beef fat.
Soldier Heroes explores the imagining of masculinities within adventure stories. Drawing on literary theory, cultural materialism and Kleinian psychoanalysis, it analyses modern British adventure heroes as historical forms of masculinity originating in the era of nineteenth-century popular imperialism, traces their subsequent transformations and examines the way these identities are. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Memoirs of Major-General Sir Henry Havelock, K.C.B by John Clark Marshman, , Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts edition, in EnglishCited by: 1.
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Sir Henry Havelock, (born April 5,near Sunderland, Durham, Eng.—died Nov. 24,Lucknow [India]), British soldier in India who distinguished himself in during the Indian Mutiny.
Raised the Christian soldier book a religious environment, Havelock obtained a commission in the army at but he spent eight restless years in England while studying military strategy. Duke University Libraries Sir Henry Havel Conf Pam 12mo # SIR HENRY HAVELOCK, THE CHRISTIAN SOLDiER. The armv is not a goad school for piet/; the circumstances of a soldifers's life are not such as to favor the development of the highest types of christian character; but, if a man be truly a christian, the camp and the field may afford him.
Sir Henry Havelock, the Christian soldier. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Henry Havelock, Sir; Henry Havelock, Sir: Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: Filmed from the holdings of the Boston Athenaeum. The battle was within as well as without, but the Spirit’s ‘offer of peace and mandate of love, though for some time resisted, at length prevailed’ (John Pollock, The way to glory: Major-General Sir Henry Havelock: The Christian soldier; Christian Focus,p).
Henry Havelock was a respected soldier in the British army in India, where he served for most of his career. He was a pioneer in the giving away of bibles to soldiers and organising bible studies.
A grateful nation recognised him with a knighthood and a statue at Trafalgar Square in 5/5(2). He described his wife as ‘heaven’s best earthly gift to me’ (John Pollock, The way to glory: Major-General Sir Henry Havelock: the Christian soldier, Christian Focus; pp.
Hannah, widowed at 48, remembered ‘such devoted love, such gentle consideration of my feelings, such soft words even when spoken in reproof, and that how seldom. Henry Havelock was a respected soldier in the British army in India, where he served for most of his career.
He was a pioneer in the giving away of bibles to soldiers and organising bible studies. A grateful nation recognised him with a knighthood and a statue at Trafalgar Square in the centre of London.
The Good Soldier, A Memoir of Sir Henry Havelock [William Owen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a pre historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process.
Though we have made best efforts - the books may have. From Sir William Muir, Agra Correspondence during the Mutiny () From James P. Grant, The Christian Soldier: Memorials of Major-General Sir Henry Havelock () From Rev.
Frederick S. Williams, General Havelock and Christian Soldiership ()/5(52). From Sir William Muir, Agra Correspondence during the Mutiny () From James P. Grant, The Christian Soldier: Memorials of Major-General Sir Henry Havelock () From Rev. Frederick S. Williams, General Havelock and Christian Soldiership ()Pages: ByHavelock was serving in the Light Infantry and was transferred to India, where he fought in the First Anglo-Burmese War ( - ).
Onward Christian Soldier. Once the Anglo-Burmese War ended, Havelock returned to England and married Hannah Marshman, the daughter of eminent Christian missionaries. About Sir Henry Havelock Major General Sir Henry Havelock KCB (5 April – 24 November ) was a British general who is particularly associated with India and his recapture of Cawnpore from rebels during the Indian Mutiny of Children: Hannah Jane Havelock, Alice Havelock, Ettrick Havelock, Joshua Havelock, Hannah Havelock.
Havelock, Sir Henry (–). Havelock was born in Sunderland and trained for the bar but took an army commission in He served with distinction in the first Burmese War (–6), the first Afghan War (–42), and the first Sikh War (–6). However, promotion was slow until he was appointed quartermaster of the Indian army in and adjutant to the queen's troops in India.
Havelock's son [Sir Henry Havelock-Allan [q. v.], see SUPPL.] acted as his aide-de-camp throughout the campaign. Havelock left Mohumra on 15 May, and on the 29th reached Bombay, where he learned that the native regiments at Meerut, Ferozepore, and Delhi had mutinied, and that Delhi was in the hands of the rebels.
Memoirs of Major-General Sir Henry Havelock, K. B by John Clark Marshman, external source Sir Henry Havelock, the Christian soldier, short work external source History of the war in India, including a sketch of Havelock by Henry Frederick Malcolm, external source.
Major-General Sir Henry Havelock, KCB (April 5 – Novem ) was a British general who is particularly associated with was noted for his recapture of Cawnpore from rebels during The Indian Mutiny of Early life.
Havelock was born at Ford Hall, Bishopwearmouth (now in Sunderland), the son of William Havelock, a wealthy shipbuilder, and Jane, daughter of John Carter.
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From Sir William Muir, Agra Correspondence during the Mutiny () From James P. Grant, The Christian Soldier: Memorials of Major-General Sir Henry Havelock () From Rev.
Frederick S. Williams, General Havelock and Christian Soldiership () From Mrs. R.M. Coopland, A Lady’s Escape from Gwalior and Life in Agra Fort during the Mutinies of. He was a supreme exemplar and symbol of what historians later called Christian militarism, and his reputation - partly the result of his brother-in-law J.
C. Marshman's influential and much reprinted biography, Memoirs of Major-General Sir Henry Havelock () - was indicated by the popularity of Havelock as a Victorian Christian name and by.Soldier heroes of the modern world have proved potent images of Britishness and the masculine.
Soldier Heroes presents a ground-breaking exploration of the imagining of masculinities in adventure stories. Its analyses range across biographies and news reports, novels and play fantasies.
Drawing on literary theory, cultural materialism and psychoanalysis, it traces a history of British heroic.Books by William Owen. The Good Soldier, a Memoir of Sir Henry Havelock by.
The Good Soldier: A Memoir of Major-General Sir Henry Havelock, of Lucknow, Bart., K. C. B. His Military Career, Campaigns, Engagements, and Victories: His Domestic, Social, and Religious Character. Compiled from Authentic Sources by the REV.