Decolonization of French India: liberation movement and Indo-French relations, 1947-1954
Institut français de Pondichéry, 1997 - Foreign Language Study - 297 pages
The Central Theme Of This Book Has Been Woven Round The Five French Settlements In India With Pondicherry As Their Headquarters Which France Intended To Retain Even After Britain Had Quitted On 15 August 1947
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Perspective of the Jaipur Resolution
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Affaires Etrangères agreement Aide-memoire août April August autonomy Baron Bonvin Chandernagore colonial Commissaire Committee Congress Conseil Council of Administration Daniel Lévi déc declaration décret delegation Delhi demanded economic enclaves Etablissements External Affairs favour Foreign Affairs France d'outre-mer French Ambassador French authorities French Foreign Ministry French Government French India French Indian settlements French Ministry French National Assembly French Overseas Ministry French pockets French settlements French Union goondas Goubert Government of India Governor Hindu Ibid Inde Française Indian Consul Indian Express Indian Government Indian territory Indian Union Indo-China janv juin June l'Inde leaders Lévi Madras Mahe Ministre des Affaires Ministry of External movement Municipal Assembly municipal elections National nationalist negotiations Nehru neutral observers Outre-mer tél political Politiques Pondicherry administration Pondicherry and Karaikal Pondicherry authorities Pondicherry Government President pro-merger pro-mergerists proposal Rajkumar referendum Representative Assembly Roux Saravane Schuman situation Socialist Party south Indian settlements Subbiah Tézenas Yanam