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The Sikh Khalsa army; The Lion of Lahore - Ranjit Singh and the creation of the Fauj-i-Ain regulars; Political unrest and intrigue following Ranjit's death, 1839 - weakening of army discipline - consequences of British defeat in Afghan War and annexation of Scinde; Outbreak and campaigns of First Sikh War, 1845-46; Second Sikh War, 1848-49; Sikh regular infantry; Irregular infantry; Cavalry: regular regiments; Artillery
Ian Heath is a highly respected author and has written a number of Osprey titles, including Men-at-Arms volumes 89: 'Byzantine Armies 886-1118', 287: 'Byzantine Armies 1118-1461' and 275: 'The Taiping Rebellion 1851-66'. He is currently working on a five-volume project covering the armies of 19th-century Asia. Ian lives and works in Cambridgeshire, UK. Michael Perry has worked for 22 years as a sculptor/designer at Games Workshop and 16 years for the historical figure company, Wargames Foundry, along with his twin brother Alan. He has illustrated several books for Osprey, specialising in Chinese subjects including Men-at-Arms 275: 'The Taiping Rebellion 1851-66'.