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The 1947 partition of India

The 1947 partition of India
The 1947 partition of India
The book chapter raises the question why the 1947 India partition violence has not been located in the wider literature on genocide. It reflects on definitions of genocide and the extent to which these would need to be modified to include the Indian case study. It provides examples of organized attacks on refugees which displays characteristics of a genocidal intent
partition, india, punjab, genocide, refugee
9781403992192
420-438
Palgrave Macmillan
Talbot, I.A.
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Stone, Dan
Talbot, I.A.
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Stone, Dan

Talbot, I.A. (2008) The 1947 partition of India. In, Stone, Dan (ed.) The Historiography of Genocide. Basingstoke, UK. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 420-438.

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The book chapter raises the question why the 1947 India partition violence has not been located in the wider literature on genocide. It reflects on definitions of genocide and the extent to which these would need to be modified to include the Indian case study. It provides examples of organized attacks on refugees which displays characteristics of a genocidal intent

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Published date: 13 February 2008
Keywords: partition, india, punjab, genocide, refugee

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Local EPrints ID: 79836
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/79836
ISBN: 9781403992192
PURE UUID: 009ff739-2c25-454a-81d6-47f2533eaad4

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Date deposited: 22 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:16

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