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Towards freedom : documents on the movement for independence in India, 1946 /
edited by Sumit Sarkar ; with a preface by the general editor, Sabyasachi Bhattacharya.
imprint
New Delhi ; New York (N.Y.) : Oxford University Press, 2007-<2009>
description
; 29 cm.
ISBN
0195692454 (pt. 1), 9780195692457 (pt. 1)
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series title
imprint
New Delhi ; New York (N.Y.) : Oxford University Press, 2007-<2009>
isbn
0195692454 (pt. 1)
9780195692457 (pt. 1)
general note
"Indian Council of Historical Research."
Includes index.
catalogue key
6963558
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Summaries
Main Description
Part of the Towards Freedom series, this volume contains primary sources and archival documents related to the year 1946. The first part systematically covers different aspects of the history of British India beginning with events in the anti-British movements in 1946, including the protests against the trial of the officers and soldiers of the Indian National Army and the famous incident of the Royal Indian Navy Mutiny. Chapter Two covers the various political parties, with special attention to the Communist Part of India and the Hindu Mahasabha. The latter is also the subject of documentation research in a separate chapter entitled "Communalism." Chapters Three and Four are braodly concerned with peasant and the industrial working classes, the economic conditions and economic policies in 1946, caste movements, and linguistic regional movements. At the end of chapter Five there are also two small sections addressing the question of women's status and culture.
Table of Contents
Preface Calendar of Documents
Introduction
Anti-British Protests and Movements
Political Organizations
Labor and Peasants
Communalism
Economy and Society
Index
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