In building the Indian Empire, soldiers and civilians have always worked hand in hand.
It was here that the foundations of the Indian Empire may be said to have been laid.
Hardly even in 1857 was our Indian Empire in a position of greater peril than it is now.
Fate looks after the Indian Empire because it is so big and so helpless.
I have incidentally quoted more than one phrase showing how powerfully his imagination had been impressed by the Indian Empire.
The holding of the Indian Empire did not depend on any position in the Pacific.
The regiment was on its way to garrison widely separated posts in outlying parts of the Indian Empire and neighbouring countries.
There exist in the Indian Empire no fewer than fifty-one species of fly-catcher.
The Indian Empire had now reached the limits which were not increased for many years.
The whole Indian Empire was tumbling down, and none was loyal!