India's Partition: The Story of Imperialism in Retreat
By: Devendra Panigrahi (author)Hardback
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Based on new source material available in both England and India, India's Partition examines the partition in the context of the retreat of the British Empire. The freeing of India from British rule was the result of internal forces in both countries, while the split of the subcontinent along religious lines served as a harbinger for things to come. Panigrahi argues that partition was not a foregone conclusion and was not the favoured option for most of the main parties, but rather was the result of a unique set of circumstances. An erudite exploration of the highly complex relations between India and Britain leading up to independence and the split, India's Partition looks at the leaders who made far-reaching decisions - and their motivations - during this critical time.
D.N. Panigrahi served as Professor of History at the University of Delhi and at NCERT, New Delhi, and is now retired. He studied in Delhi, Saugar and London and is the author of numerous books and articles.
1. The Making of Jinnah2. Storming the Muslim League3. The Second World War, the Tories and the Muslim League4. The Pakistan Resolution and Gandhi-Jinnah Dialogue5. The Cripps Offer, 19426. Quit India and the Aftermath7. From Simla Conference to Partition8. Concluding Remarks
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