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Published: 30 November 2013

252 Pages | 8 Illustrations, colour

9.2 x 6.1 inches

ISBN: 9780719091360

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Borders and conflict in South Asia

The Radcliffe boundary commission and the partition of Punjab

Lucy P. Chester

Published by Manchester University Press

Studies in Imperialism MUP

  • Provides a highly readable account of one of the most controversial episodes of Indo-Pakistani independence Illuminates the roots of Indo-Pakistani conflict Only full evaluation of Radcliffe boundary commission, which drew the boundaries of India and Pakistan Provides a surprising new evaluation of partition boundaries, which have traditionally been seen as one of the major contributing factors to the terrible violence of the Indo-Pakistani partition

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