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A Collection of C.U. Aitchison’s Treaties Engagements and Sanads

A Collection of C.U. Aitchison’s Treaties Engagements and Sanads

A Collection of C.U. Aitchison’s Treaties Engagements and Sanads relating to India and neighbouring Countries Vol XI A Collection of Treaties, Engagements, and Sanads Vol. XI relating to India and neighbouring Countries is a part of series of books presented by C. U. AITCHISON, B.C.S. (UNDER-SECRETART TO THE GOVENMENT OF INDIA IN THE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT), Containing:The Treaties Relating To The North-West Frontier Province, Baluchistan, Jammu and Kashmir, Eastern Turkistan and Afghanistan. BUY AT AbeBooks     Sir Charles Umpherston Aitchison KCSI CIE (1832 – 1896) was born in Edinburgh. The Scottish born Lieutenant Governor of the Punjab, then a province…
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GILGIT: The Northern Gate of India by F.M. Hassnain

GILGIT: The Northern Gate of India by F.M. Hassnain

Publication: Gilgit The Northern Gate of India Author: Fida Muhammad Husnain Year of Publication: 1978 Published by: S.K. Ghai, Managing Director, Sterling Publishers Pvt Ltd.AB/9 Safdarjang Enclave, New Delhi As Lord Curzon, the then British Viceroy of India described, "Gilgit is one of the northern gates of India, through which a would-be invader must advance, if he advances at all.” Important Topics of Book: The unique geographical position of Gilgit as a Northern Gate of India in British era. The importance of northern areas as a strategic region which was a meeting ground of close neighbors like China, Russia, Afghanistan…
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CABINET MISSION PLAN 1946 AND PARLIAMENTARY STATEMENT

CABINET MISSION PLAN 1946 AND PARLIAMENTARY STATEMENT

PARLIAMENTARY STATEMENT BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR DOMINION AFFAIRS VISCOUNT ADDISON HOUSE OF LORDS DEBATE 16 May 1946 vol 141 cc271-87271 In the federal and provincial elections conducted in 1945-1946 for the Indian Parliament, The All India Muslim League had emerged triumphantly as the sole representative of Muslim population in British India. The various round of political talks between the Congress and Muslim League for completed transfer of constitutional power with mutual understanding had resulted in failure. In this grave situation, the British government led by Prime Minister Attlee decided to constitute a parliamentary committee to adequately resolve this…
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Shameful Flight: Churchill Statement in the House of Commons on Transfer of Power

Shameful Flight: Churchill Statement in the House of Commons on Transfer of Power

Churchill Called it A Shameful Flight in the UK's Parliamentary Proceedings on March 06, 1947 When British Government decided to appoint Lord Mount Batten as Viceroy and send him to India, the House of Commons carried a heated debate on it. In this historic debate, Sir Winston Churchill who had performed as two times Prime Minister severely criticized the decision of leaving India in haste. He called it “a shameful flight”. Shameful Flight: The Last Years of the British Empire in India (Hardback), Author: Stanley Wolpert INDIA (UK GOVERNMENT POLICY) Prime Minister Clement Attlee informed the house on 11th December…
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