A History of Pakistan and Its Origins
Anthem Press, Sep 28, 2004 - History - 352 pages
'A History of Pakistan and its Origins' is a comprehensive, detailed and fully up-to-date study of one of the most diverse, volatile and strategically significant countries in the world today. Written by an internationally renowned team of scholars, it covers historical, social, economic, political and religious aspects of this fascinating nation.
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