Flashman and the Mountain of Light: From the Flashman Papers, 1845-46 - Chapters 12 & 13 (pages 198-226 and endnotes) Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 12 & 13 (pages 198-226 and endnotes) Summary

Flashman arrives at Lal Singh's camp and finds that Lal Singh is glad to see him. Lal Singh is frantic and has no idea what to tell the Khalsa, and he asks for Flashman's advice. Flashman had assumed he would arrive, learn Lal Singh's plans, and then take them to the British. Instead he discovers that Lal Singh has no plans. Flashman observes that if any man is more of a coward than himself, it must be Lal Singh.

Flashman knows that the Khalsa outnumber British forces, and that the only way the British can win the upcoming battle is if the Khalsa forces are divided. Flashman tells Lal Singh not to attack nearby Ferozepore under the command of General Littler. Instead he tells Lal Singh to send part of his forces to fight the...

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