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Sir John William Kaye (1814–1876)

Kaye, John William, Sir (kā). An English administrator and military historian; born in 1814; died in 1876. He succeeded John Stuart Mill in the political department of the India office. His works consist of histories and biographies relating to the East, among them being ‘A History of Afghanistan’ (1851–53); ‘History of the Administration of the East India Company’ (1853); ‘A History of the Sepoy War in India’ (1857–58), a comprehensive narrative of the celebrated mutiny down to the fall of Delhi; ‘Lives of Indian Officers’ (1867).