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AMIT SAINI
UPSC CSE 2017 MAINS, SSC CGL 2012 selected , UPSC EPFO Interview 2017(IN THE FINAL RESERVE LIST ),RAS 2017 mains,SSC CPO 2015 selected, B.

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  8. Background Of The War The Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb died in 1707 He was succeeded by Bahadur Shah l, but there was a general decline in central control over the empire during the tenure of Jahandar Shah and later emperors. Nizam-ul-Mulk established Hyderabad as an independent kingdom. A power struggle ensued after his death between his son, Nasir Jung, and his grandson, Muzaffar Jung, which was the opportunity France and England needed to interfere in Indian politics.


  9. France aided Muzaffar Jung while England aided Nasir Jung. Dupleix meeting the Subedar of the Deccan, Muzaffar Jung.


  10. Several erstwhile Mughal territories were autonomous such as the Carnatic, ruled by Nawab Dost Ali Khan, despite being under the legal purview of the Nizam of Hyderabad. French and English interference included those of the affairs of the Nawab. Dost Ali's death sparked a power struggle between his son-inlaw Chanda Sahib, supported by the French. and Muhammad Ali. supported by the English


  11. One major instigator of the Carnatic Wars was the Frenchman Joseph Fran ois Dupleix, who arrived in India in 1715. rising to become the French East India Company's governor in 1742. Dupleix sought to expand French influence in India, which was limited to a few trading outposts, the chief one being Pondicherry on the Coromandel Coast. Immediately upon his arrival in India, he organized Indian recruits under French officers for the first time, and engaged in intrigues with local rulers to expand French influence. However, he was met by the equally challenging and determined young officer from the British Army, Robert Clive


  12. "The Austrian War of Succession in 1740 and later the war in 1756 automatically led to a conflict in lndia...and British reverses during the American War of Independence (1775- 1783) in the 1770s had an impact on events in India."


  13. Choose correct 1. After French defeat in first Carnatic war siege of arcot by french forced british to leave southern indian region and to remain limited to Bengal 2. Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle ended the war between british and French after third Carnatic wars. 3. the reason of defeat of French was that French company was a private enterprise and british company remain dependent on british govt. (A)1& 2 (B) 3 only (C) 2 & 3 (D) none


  14. First Carnatic War (1744-48) In 1740, Europe was entangled into the War of Austrian Succession. The belligerents on one side were Prussia, Spain, France; Sweden etc. while on other side were Habsburg monarchy, England, Dutch Republic and Russia. Since France and Russia were on opposite side, a contest was inevitable between French and British East India Company forces in India also.


  15. The war began with British Fleet arrived on Coromandel Coast and they started capturing the French Ships. The French Governor Dupleix requested the Nawab of Arcot Anwaruddin Khan for interference but Nawab did not respond. French asked backup forces from Mauritius. When these forces came, they attacked British, captured Madras and imprisoned the British Company servants including Robert Clive. To recapture Madras from French, Nawab of Arcot sent troops to Fort St George but the forces of Nawab were defeated by French, which were very less in number but excellent in warfare.


  16. During the negotiations about fate of Madras, Clive along with some other slipped out of prison and they moved to Fort St. David (the British post at Cuddalore). Further forces of British arrived and saved Cuddalore from French. The negotiations about the fate of Madras started but these negotiations took. In 1748, the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle ended the war in Europe and this also restored the peace between France and England. With this treaty, Madras was restored to the English for some territories (Louisburg) in North America.


  17. Second Carnatic War (1749-54) After the First Carnatic War ended, a proxy war between British and French continued in India. A victory over Indian Nawab in first war boosted the confidence of Dupleix, who now thought to expand influence in South India. In 1748 he saw an opportunity when Nizam of Hyderabad Asaf Jah I died and a war for succession broke out. There was a trouble in Arcot also. Dupleix pledged French support for Nizam's grandson Muzaffar Zang for Hyderabad and Chanda Sahib for Arcot.


  18. Thus, a tripartite understanding between French, Muzaffar Zang and Chanda Sahib developed. On the other hand, British pledged support to Nasir Zang for Hyderabad and Muhammad Ali for Arcot. Initially, a group led by French killed Nawab Anwaruddin of Arcot and his son Mohammad Ali fled to Trichinopoly. The French led army attacked Nasir Zang also and killed him. Thus, it appeared that both British prot g s were defeated and Dupleix dream was about to come true.


  19. At this juncture, Robert Clive, who was a Clerk at that time in the Company suggest to attack on Arcot. This plan was approved, Arcot was occupied Chanda Sahib was captured and executed. Mohammad Ali was made Nawab of Arcot / Carnatic. With this, Dupleix's hopes dashed to the ground. This Siege of Arcot (1751) was a heroic feat, more important than the Battle of Plassey. The Siege of Arcot had made Clive a national hero in England. The Prime Minister Pitt, the elder described him as the "heaven-born general.


  20. Third Carnatic War 1757-63 . The conflict between the France and England got renewed in 1756 in Europe, in the form of Seven Years War, which is coterminous with the Third Carnatic War. The Third Carnatic war was a local version of the Seven Years war in Europe. The Third Carnatic War put an end to the French ambitions to create a colonial empire in India. The British Forces were able to capture the French Settlements at Chandranagar in 1757. The French forces in south were led by Comte De Lally. The British forces under Sir Eyre Coote, defeated the French in the Battle of Wandiwash in 1760 and besieged Pondicherry.


  21. After Wandiwash, the French capital of Pondicherry fell to the British in 1761. When the Seven Years war ended with the war concluded with the signing of the 1763 Treaty of Paris. As per parts of this treaty, the Chandranagar and Pondicherry was returned to France. The French were now allowed to have trading posts in India but forbade French traders from administering them. The Government of France also agreed to support British client governments. This was the last nail in the coffin of the French ambitions of an Indian Empire. British were now the dominant power in India


  22. To illustrate the four Mysore wars. (1784) 19 80 5A 18 0MIN I O N 16 Madras Pelgleat Brit. Torritory Under Brit. Protection Englith Miles


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