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British Police Officers in India: E. C. Stuart Baker, Edward Henry, John Nott-Bower, Sir Edward Bradford, 1st Baronet, James Monro, Hugh Beaver
Chapters: E. C. Stuart Baker, Edward Henry, John Nott-Bower, Sir Edward Bradford, 1st Baronet, James Monro, Hugh Beaver, Reginald Teague-Jones, Robert Nathan, Charles Tegart, J. S. Wilson, Charles George Baker, Charles Howard, Charles Stevenson-Moore, John Wallinger, Harold Stuart, Stuart Saunders Hogg, Horatio Boileau Goad, Percy Beart Thomas, William...
Chapters: E. C. Stuart Baker, Edward Henry, John Nott-Bower, Sir Edward Bradford, 1st Baronet, James Monro, Hugh Beaver, Reginald Teague-Jones, Robert Nathan, Charles Tegart, J. S. Wilson, Charles George Baker, Charles Howard, Charles Stevenson-Moore, John Wallinger, Harold Stuart, Stuart Saunders Hogg, Horatio Boileau Goad, Percy Beart Thomas, William Robert Campbell. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 80. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Edward Charles Stuart Baker CIE OBE FZS FLS (186416 April 1944) was a British ornithologist and police officer. Baker was educated at Trinity College, Stratford-upon-Avon and in 1883 followed his father into the Indian Police Service. He spent most of his career in India in the Assam Police, rising to the rank of Inspector-General commanding the force. In 1910 he was placed on Special Criminal Investigation duty. In 1911 he returned to England and took up the appointment of Chief Police Officer of the Port of London Police, remaining in this position until his retirement in 1925. For his services in this role during the First World War he was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 1920 civilian war honours. After retirement he became Mayor of Croydon. He was an excellent tennis player and an enthusiastic big game hunter. He lost his left arm to a panther (in Silchar, Assam), was tossed by a gaur and trampled by an Indian rhinoceros during various hunting expeditions. Advertisement for "The Indian Ducks and their Allies"During his spare time he studied and collected the birds of India. His books included The Indian Ducks and their Allies (1908), Game Birds of India and Ceylon (1921), Fauna of British India: Birds (1922; seven volumes), Mishmi Man-eater (1928), The Nidification of the Birds of the Indian Empire (1932), and...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=3380095
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