Pangs of Partition: The parting of ways
Manohar, Jan 1, 2002 - India - 368 pages
This Volume Aims At Explaining The 'High Politics' Of The Partition. Seventeen Renowned Scholars Look At The Complex Interplay Of Historical Events During The Last Years Of The British Raj Leading To The Parting Of Ways.
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