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This text brings a comparative perspective to the two Muslim majority areas of the subcontinent most affected by the turmoil which followed the British departure. It considers the consequences to the ordinary people caught up in the migrations.
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Ian Talbot is at Coventry University. Gurharpal Singh is at University of Hull.Review:
Talbot and Singh have made a valuable contribution to our understanding of the partition of the Indian subcontinent. Their judicious editing has resulted in a collection of essays entirely free of the polemical and ideologically motivated writing so often associated with this sensitive and controversial subject. The result is a book that should be of interest not only to South Asia specialists but also to scholars and students concerned with ethnic conflict, economic development and the demographic study of migration and refugees Commonwealth & Comparative Politics
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Book Description Oxford University Press Inc, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0195793781