India's China War

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Pantheon Books, 1970 - Sino-Indian Border Dispute, 1957- - 475 pages
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Documents the events and issues of the 1962 Sino-Indian border war in an analysis of its historical causes and its implications for Indian politics and world affairs.

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This book by Neville Maxwell could have been good. He writes well, and with a journalist's flair. Unfortunately, his research and understanding of geopolitics is poor. I agree with his assertion that ... Read full review

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As the only person who's read the still unreleased (by the Indian government) classified Henderson Brooks-Bhagat report about Sino-Indian War, Neville Maxwell has an unique insight into the behind the scenes look at the the Indian army of the time and Indian political conglomerate.
As divisive as this issue is along racial and national lines, it is always pleasant to have a journalistic figure that was personally there at the time and can speak truth to power.
 

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PREFACE II
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OF EMPIRE
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The McMahon Line
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