|Statement||compiler, Ghulam Nabi Sadhayo.|
|Contributions||Sadhāyo, G̲h̲ulāmu Nabī Ṣābiru.|
|LC Classifications||DS392.S58 J33 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||a-d, 157 p. :|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||97930487|
Brigadier-General John Jacob CB (11 January – 6 December ) was an officer of the British East India Company who served in colonial India for the major portion of his career. He is known for the cavalry regiment called 36th Jacob's Horse, and for founding the town of Jacobabad, in modern day Pakistan, where he planned and supervised the transformation of Battles/wars: First Anglo-Afghan War, . Full text of "General John Jacob, commandant of the Sind irregular horse and founder of Jacobabad" See other formats. In the book, General John Jacob (London, ) by Alexander Innes Shand, there is a photograph identified as the “Sind Frontier Field Force, Jacob’s Rifles.” Unfortunately the quality of the reproduction is such that individual small details are difficult to make out. They where after all motivated Irreggullar troops and being a soldier was a status thing (More fun than a bag of rats.?) Jabobs was a triffle excentric but he is still apparently well reaggarded as the town of Jacobabad still bears his name. Regards Rudyard PS This machine cant spell worth a hoot. today.
Johnny Yuma - I do envy your gun! I had a Jacobs rifle several years ago, a single barrelled one by Daw, which, to my lasting regret as usual, I used in partX for another gun. The one I had was the early which appears in figs 1,2, & 3 in 's Guns Review article in December Jacob Coat of Arms and Jacob Family Crest. Learn about the history of this surname and heraldry from our database and online image library. Jacobs, Iacobo, Kubera, Kabos, Giacopino, Jankle, and Jessen. He also founded the town of Jacobabad in Pakistan, where, in just twenty years he converted thousands of acres of desert into cultivable. The Armored Horse in Europe, (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art; New Haven and London: Yale University Press, c), by Stuart W. Pyhrr, Donald J. LaRocca, and Dirk H. Breiding (page images and PDF with commentary at and Google); At the Sign of the Hobby Horse (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., ), by Elizabeth Bisland . Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you're looking for.
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