Crisis in the Indian Subcontinent, Partition: Can it be Undone?
The Author Has Produced An Enthralling Account Of The Events Leading Up To And Following The Act Of Partition. He Skilfully Uses Extracts From Great Writers Works, News Articles, Personal Accounts Of Those Involved. These Vivid Descriptions Take The Reader Into The Very Heart Of The Events. This Book Crisis In The Subcontinent - Partition... Can It Be Undone? Is Essential Reading For All Those Involved In The Struggle Against Hunger, Disease, Ignorance And Unemployment Anywhere In The World.
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