Freedom movement in French India: the Mahe revolt of 1948
J. B. Prashant More, M. Manickam, Institute for Research in Social Sciences and Humanities of MESHAR.
IRISH, 2001 - Women - 262 pages
Scholars Have So Far Have Hardly Paid Any Attention To The Study Of The Freedom Movement In French India.The Present Study Aims At Filling Up This Gap And Focuss Attention Of Freedom Movement In Mahe Of French Malabar Taking Into Consideration Its Historical Background. Particular Attention Has Been Given To The Mahe Revolt Of 1948 Against The French Regime Under The French Governor Baron.
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