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  • German trade would oust British and French and Russian trade. Cited from The European Anarchy, by G. Lowes Dickinson
  • His objective during second war was to oust British from South India and conquer whole of South India.
  • The hope was to mobilize arms and ammunitions strategically with German help and strategically oust British from India.
  • So in order to block flow of guns and ammunition to rebellious Rajahs and chiefs of Malabar as well as to cripple British naval power, Hyder Ali decided to conquer Tellicherry as part of his larger plan to oust British from South India.