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Partition and region: Bengal, Punjab and the Partition of the Subcontinent

Partition and region: Bengal, Punjab and the Partition of the Subcontinent
Partition and region: Bengal, Punjab and the Partition of the Subcontinent
A comparative perspective of the two Muslim majority areas of the subcontinent most affected by the turmoil which followed the British decision to divide and quit in 1947. The text presents insights into both the mechanisms of boundary drawing and the consequences for the millions of ordinary people caught up in the massacres and migrations.
Oxford University Press
Talbot, Ian
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Singh, Gurharpal
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Talbot, Ian
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Singh, Gurharpal
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Talbot, Ian and Singh, Gurharpal (eds.) (1999) Partition and region: Bengal, Punjab and the Partition of the Subcontinent , Karachi, PK. Oxford University Press, 407pp.

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Abstract

A comparative perspective of the two Muslim majority areas of the subcontinent most affected by the turmoil which followed the British decision to divide and quit in 1947. The text presents insights into both the mechanisms of boundary drawing and the consequences for the millions of ordinary people caught up in the massacres and migrations.

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Published date: 1999
Organisations: History

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Local EPrints ID: 393393
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/393393
PURE UUID: 4e6000c8-c3ee-4964-ac3c-55d34f9d44d2

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Last modified: 16 Jul 2020 16:32

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Editor: Ian Talbot
Editor: Gurharpal Singh

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