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Sepoy-Mutiny

Second Maroon War

Date
  • March 9 1748 - March 30 1748
Location
  • Kiev, London, and India
Result
  • Status Quo Ante Bellum
  • Sarunu Organization goes into hiding for the next 20 years
Territorial Changes
  • Status Quo Ante Bellum
Combatants
 

Sarunu Organization





  • Ukranian Insurgents






The Palladin & Knights Order

  • Palladin Knights






The Sepoy Mutiny

  • Sepoy Rebels

Kingdom of Great Britain (British Empire)

  • British Military
    • Royal Navy
      • Royal Marines 
    • Royal Army
      • Royal Guard
  • British East India Company (EITC)

Sardinia Empire





  • Sardinia Military
  • Royal Guards
  • Sardinia Army

Kingdom of Spain (Spanish Empire)





  • Spanish Armed Forces
    • Spanish Navy
Commanders
  • Ronald Cobens 
  • 'Piri Reis '✝ 
  • Ryan Kroshbon II (Defected)
  • Peshwa Suraj Mal (WIA)
  • Mathieu Venables (Defected)
  • Prime Minister Lord Giovanni Goldtimbers  (WIA)
  • Prime Minister (Formerly Lord Speaker) Lord Joseph Grey
  • Governor-General of India, Admiral Sir Richard Venables ✝ 
  • Prince Jorge Clemente
  • King Ishmael Decksteel
Strength
  • 16,000 - 23,000 Ukranian Insurgents
  • 133,000 Sepoy Rebels (65,000 as of 3/14)
  • British India (300,000) +40,000 dispatched from Singapore
    • 80,000 British soldiers
    • 50,000 (Auxiliary) EITC sepoys 
    • 12,000 Spanish soldiers
    • 200 British ships
      • 100 Eastindiamen 
      • 50 Ship-of-the-Line
      • 50 Lesser rated ships of war
    • 48 Spanish ships
      • 11 Lesser rate ships of war
      • 37 Transport ships
  • The Black Sea/Ukraine (40,000) +18,000 from British Georgia, +8,000 from Spain
    • 2,000 Garrisoned Soldiers
    • 18,000 British Redcoats
    • 20,000 Spanish Cossacks 
    • 12 British ships
      • 1 Ship-of-the-Line
      • 11 Lesser rated ships of war
    • 22 Spanish ships
      • 9 Lesser rate ships of war
      • 13 transport ships
  • British Africa (200,000) + 120,000 dispatched from England
    • 100,000 European soldiers
    • 100,000 (Auxiliary) African Native Infantry 
    • 50 ships
      • 15 Ship-of-the-Line
      • 35 Lesser rated ships of war
    • The Americas (100,000)  +50,000 dispatched from British America
      • 40,000 in Jamacia 
      • 10,000 in Nassau 
      • 50,000 spread across Caribbean
      • 100 ships
        • 22 Ship-of-the-Line
        • 28 Frigates 
        • 50 Lesser rated ships of war 
        • 35,400 Sailors
        • 7,000 Marines
    • 10,000 Sardinia Soldiers
      • 5,000 Sardinia Rear-Guard

Casualties 

  • 18,000 Sepoys in Mysore
  • 22 Insurgents in Kiev
  • 27,000 Sepoys in Laccadive islands
  • 23,000 Sepoys in Calcutta
  • Lord Commander of the Sarunu in London. 
  • 2,000 Reserve in Mysore
  • 1 Royal Guard
  • 590 Auxillary Sepoys in the Laccadives. 
  • 5,000 British redcoats in Calcutta. 
  • 7,000 Auxillary EITC Sepoys in Calcutta
  • 500 Sardinian soldiers in Mysore. 
  • The Prime Minister in London

Not to be confused with First Maroon War.

News

  • March 9, 1748 - Peshwa (Prime Minister) Suraj Mal of Mysore-India declares open rebellion against the Company Raj. // Great Britain declares war on the Sepoy Mutiny. // Peshwa is immediately pushed to the northern Punjab territories, due to stiff British resistance. 
  • March 10, 1748 - Lord Speaker, the Earl Grey, meets with Sarunu Grandmaster, Ronald Cobens. The meeting goes sour, and a skirmish ensues, with the Sarunu fleeing. // Sarunu Ukranian Insurgency joins the war on the side of the Sepoys. 
  • March 11, 1748 - Sardinia declares war in support of the British and Spanish faction. \\ Peshwa Suraj Mal, former Peshwa of Mysore-India, is captured by British troops following a duel with the Prime Minister. // Spanish Expeditionary Force is deployed to the Black Sea. // Peshwa Suraj Mal escapes the Tower, and returns to India to continue leading the rebellion. 
  • March 12, 1748 - 12 First rate SOTL's bombarded a Mutineer post in Laccadive, effectively destroying a Sepoy army. 
  • March 13, 1748 - The Spanish Expeditionary Force under Prince Jorge Clemente arrives in India. They are welcomed by the British embassy. 
  • March 14, 1748 - News arrives of the death of the Governor-General of India, Sir Richard Venables in a vicious attack on Calcutta. 5,000 British soldiers are lost, with the Indians suffering a staggering 23,000. The Peshwa, Suraj Mal, is believed to be in critical condition. Prince Jorge Clemente, British Rear Admiral and Ambassador to Britain takes command. // Ishmael led his Sardinia forces against the Sepoy army in India but they nearly took heavy casualties by taking one of their fort.
  • March 15, 1748 - Richard Venables' settlement meeting was planned, but later shifted to the next day. // A letter sent by Rear Admiral Jorge Clemente urges Peshwa Suraj Mal to meet him on the field of battle. The battle is set for the 17th of March. 
  • March 16, 1748 - Richard Venables' settlement meeting is held. The Saranu attack, Piri Reis shoots Goldtimbers through the heart. Reis is then hanged, drawn, and quartered. Cobens escapes by jumping out of the window and fleeing towards Scotland. As a result, Lord Speaker, Sir Joseph Grey, is appointed Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland. 
  • March 17, 1748 - The Earl Harrington, Sir Samuel Harrington, is appointed as the successor of Richard Venables as Governor-General of India. He travels to India immediately. 
  • March 18, 1748 - Ronald Cobens agrees to hold a trial for himself in Kiev, after direct negotiation with Prime Minister Grey. // Jorge Clemente entrenches his army outside Calcutta. 

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