Partition of India

Jinnah: India, Partition, Independence

Jinnah: India, Partition, Independence

Jinnah: India, Partition, Independence by Jaswant Singh Jinnah and the partition of India, 1947. The role of Gandhi, Nehru and Jinnah in independence of India. How the partition of India took place and who was responsible for it. How did All India Muslim League beat Congress in Muslim constituencies to get an independent and sovereign country by dividing India into 2 parts? It seems that no Indian or Pakistani politician or the Member of Parliament has ever tried before to venture an analytical, political biography of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah. Surely the views necessarily get divided as being either Hagiographical…
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Freedom at Midnight

Freedom at Midnight

Freedom at Midnight By Dominique Lapierre and Larry Collins Freedom at Midnight is a nonfiction book written and presented by Dominique Lapierre and Larry Collins with respect to the end of an empire and the birth of two independent nations. The book is focused mostly on the Indian narrative of Independence. Great Britain in 1947. Revolves around the actors who played a major or minor role at the political front or in the grass-root social groups for independence or for the partition of India. You can find it at: AbeBooks.com AbeBooks.co.uk The book presents stories of riots and bloodshed that…
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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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