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Right and Constitution Nations, 1943-1947

Sukhbir Choudhary (Author)
Synopsis All over India there was a strong anger and bitterness against the imperial system that was trying to sustain itself by hook or by crook against the will of millions of Indian people. The Indian leaders were trying their best to regain Swarajya through constitutional rights and in convincing the Britishers that they are strong enough to hold the reigns of the country. This was the most crucial period for India as well as for Britishers. The first was of independence in 1857 now started to give fruit. Gandhiji kept fast and nation joined him. Several plans like Wavell Plan were put forward by Britishers, Viceroyalty changed, Assemblies elections announced, several developments happened instantly one after another, and India was going to achieve independence soon. In seventy main headings the true details of events, their repercussions, impacts, results good and bad are given in the volume. Several appendices are also given for more information. Abundance of historical information based on authentic records will surely be useful for students of history and other research scholars, teachers. It forms an interesting study for a layman. Must for every library.
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Bibliographic information

Title Right and Constitution Nations, 1943-1947
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1996
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788174882493
length xxiv+604p., 23cm.
Subjects History