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George Bruce Malleson (8 May 1825 - 1 March 1898) was an Englishmarker officer in Indiamarker and an author, born in Wimbledonmarker.

Educated at Winchestermarker, he obtained a cadetship in the Bengal infantry in 1842, and served through the second Burmese War. His subsequent appointments were in the civil line, the last being that of guardian to the young maharaja of Mysoremarker. He retired with the rank of colonel in 1877, having been created C.S.I. in 1872.

He was a voluminous writer, his first work to attract attention being the famous "Red Pamphlet", published at Calcuttamarker in 1857, when the Mutiny was at its height. He continued, and considerably rewrote the History of the Indian Mutiny (6 vols., 1878-1880), which was begun but left unfinished by Sir John Kaye. Among his other books the most valuable are History of the French in India (2nd ed., 1893) and The Decisive Battles of India (3rd ed., 1888).

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