Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah Papers: Pakistan : pangs of birth, 15 August-30 September 1947
Quaid-i-Azam Papers Project, National Archives of Pakistan, 2001 - History - 816 pages
The book covers the earliest days of Pakistan's existence and depicts a triumphant and determined yet frazzled Jinnah assuming the reins of the state he had founded. It describes all the major problems that Pakistan faced at its birth and shows how the infant nation reacted to those problems.
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15 August Abdul accede Amin Amritsar Annex Appendix appointed Arabs areas arrangements August 1947 Dear Award Baluchistan Boundary Commission British camps Committee communal Cyril Radcliffe Dear Sir Delhi District Dominion of India East Bengal Enclosure evacuation Excellency Ferozepore Frontier Geoffrey Prior Ghulam Government House Government of India Governor Governor-General of Pakistan Govt Grafftey-Smith High Commissioner Hindu honour Hyderabad independence informed Ismay Jewish Jews Jinnah F Jinnah Letter Junagadh Karachi Kashmir Lahore lakh large number leaders Liaquat Ali Khan Louis Mountbatten M. A. Jinnah M. A. Jinnah Telegram M. W. Abbasi meeting ment military Ministry Mohammad Ali Jinnah Muslim League National Nawab Nehru non-Muslim NWFP officers Pakistan Government Palestine party peace police political population Prime Minister printed Province Punjab Boundary Quaid-i-Azam Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Quetta Refers refugees regard Relief request Sahib Sardar Secretary sent September 1947 Dear Sikhs sincerely situation Sylhet Tahsil territory tion troops West Punjab