when rains defeated two invasions[tipu at Travancore 1789 and japanes at assam 1944]

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came from Mysore to reinstate the authority over Malabar. After the Battle of the Nedumkotta (1789),
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Nedumkotta A fortification with red soil

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Nedumkotta is a fortification in red soil measuring more than 50 kilometers constructed across Kerala in the Territory of Cochin ...
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due to the monsoon flood, the stiff resistance of the Travancore forces and news about the attack of British in Srirangapatnam he went back.............

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Nov 20, 2015 - ... Ali suddenly died from cancer in December 1782 during the Second Anglo-Mysore War. ... In the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War, the forces of the British East India .... After the Battle of the Nedumkotta (1789), due to the monsoon flood, the ... Napoleon was unsuccessful in this strategy, losing the Siege of Acre .

Mysorean invasion of Kerala - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Mysorean invasion of Kerala (1766–1792) was the military invasion of Malabar (northern ..... It was here Tipu learned of Hyder Ali's sudden death due to cancer. .... The Travancorean forces regrouped, but the onset of monsoons prevented Tipu ... at Bhoothathankettu causing heavy flash floods downstream Periyar river.

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Tipu Sultan 20 November 1750 – 4 May 1799 also known as the Tiger of Mysore, and Tipu ... Tipu Sultan deployed the rockets against advances of British forces and their allies in ..... due to the monsoon flood, the stiff resistance of the Travancore forces and ..... A lot of centuries old religious manuscripts were lost forever.

Battle of the Nedumkotta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Battle of the Nedumkotta took place on the 28 December 1789, and was a reason for the opening of hostilities in the Third Anglo-Mysore War. Forces of Tipu Sultan, the ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore, attacked the ... Travancorean forces regrouped, but the onset of monsoons prevented Tipu from moving south(combat ...
Third Anglo-Mysore War

Part of the Anglo-Mysore wars
Anglo-Mysore War 3.png
A map of the war theatre
Date

1790– 18 March 1792
Location South India
Result Treaty of Seringapatam
Territorial
changes
Mysore cedes about one-half of its territory to opponents

Belligerents
Mysore
Supported by
 France
East India Company
Kingdom of Great Britain Great Britain
Maratha Empire
Hyderabad
 Travancore
Commanders and leaders
Tipu Sultan
Sayed Sahib
Reza Sahib
Sipahdar Syad Hamid Sahib
Martab Khan Sahib
Buhadur Khan Sahib
Badr ul-Zaman Khan Sahib
Hussein Ali Khan Sahib
Sher Khan Sahib
Kamaluddin[1]
William Medows
Charles, Earl Cornwallis
Kingdom of Great Britain Captain Sir Richard Strachan
Parshuram Bhau
Hurry Punt
Teige Wunt
 Travancore Dharma Raja
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1794 Map showing "The Territories ceded by Tipu Sultan to the Different Powers
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Japanese invasion of India at Assam 1942-44

Japanese plans

Imphal and Kohima Campaign

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The U Go offensive, or Operation C (ウ号作戦), was the Japanese offensive launched in March ... In 1942, the Japanese Army had driven the British, Indian and Chinese ... When heavy monsoon rains stopped campaigning, the British and Indian .... The Allies were preparing to take the offensive themselves in early 1944.

Origins of the Japanese plan

In 1942, the Japanese Army had driven the British, Indian and Chinese troops out of Burma. When heavy monsoon rains stopped campaigning, the British and Indian troops had occupied Imphal, the capital of Manipur state

Retreat-1944

Mutaguchi continued to order fresh attacks, but by late June it was clear that the starving and disease-ridden Japanese formations were in no state to obey.[heavy monsoon rains started in june] When he realised that none of his formations were obeying his orders for a renewed attack, Mutaguchi finally ordered the offensive to be broken off on 3 July. The Japanese, reduced in many cases to a rabble, fell back to the Chindwin, abandoning their artillery, transport, and soldiers too sick to walk.

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