Operation Vijay : The Ultimate Solution

Shrikant Y. Ramani

Published by Broadway Book Centre, 2008
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Contents: 1. Portuguese enclaves in India. 2. On the eve of India's independence. 3. India attains independence. 4. Liberation of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Satyagraha of 1955. 5. What was India to do? 6. Provocation from Angediv. 7. India decides to use other methods. 8. Portuguese plan of defense of Estado Portugues da India. 9. India takes final decision. 10. Operation in force. 11. Account of the Portuguese retreat on 18-19 December in Goa. 12. Operations in Daman and Diu. 13. Naval forces in Operation Vijay. 14. The Air Force in Operation Vijay. 15. Collapse of Salazarist Policy. "India's dilemma was great. On one hand, its stand that Goa was a colony of Portugal on the Indian sub-continent, was that geographically, linguistically and ethnically a part of India was admitted as valid on all sides. The U.N., the U.S., the U.S.S.R., and practically the whole civilized world were opposed to colonialism, and favoured the freedom of colonies from their foreign rulers. Countries friendly to Portugal and India saw no chance of persuading her to withdraw peacefully, and to negotiate on that basis. And yet everybody was requesting India not to take recourse to force in a cause with which they all seemed to sympathise with.". Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Operation Vijay : The Ultimate Solution
Publisher: Broadway Book Centre
Publication Date: 2008
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: As New

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Shrikant Y. Ramani
Published by Broadway Book Centre (2008)
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Book Description Broadway Book Centre, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Portuguese enclaves in India. 2. On the eve of India's independence. 3. India attains independence. 4. Liberation of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Satyagraha of 1955. 5. What was India to do? 6. Provocation from Angediv. 7. India decides to use other methods. 8. Portuguese plan of defense of Estado Portugues da India. 9. India takes final decision. 10. Operation in force. 11. Account of the Portuguese retreat on 18-19 December in Goa. 12. Operations in Daman and Diu. 13. Naval forces in Operation Vijay. 14. The Air Force in Operation Vijay. 15. Collapse of Salazarist Policy. "India's dilemma was great. On one hand, its stand that Goa was a colony of Portugal on the Indian sub-continent, was that geographically, linguistically and ethnically a part of India was admitted as valid on all sides. The U.N., the U.S., the U.S.S.R., and practically the whole civilized world were opposed to colonialism, and favoured the freedom of colonies from their foreign rulers. Countries friendly to Portugal and India saw no chance of persuading her to withdraw peacefully, and to negotiate on that basis. And yet everybody was requesting India not to take recourse to force in a cause with which they all seemed to sympathise with.". Bookseller Inventory # 83921

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