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The Queen's Daughters in India

 
Elizabeth W. Andrew (Author) Katharine C. Bushnel (Author)
Synopsis

These queen’s daughters of India were prostitutes secured for British soldiers in the cantonments. This book is about horrible government brothels, their brutalizing and degrading examination and humiliation by physicians of opposite sex. It reveals how this report shook the consciousness of people and rulers in England and what measures were adopted. This book is also immensely useful to understand the dynamics of true nature and character of the British colonial rule in India. It is an essential read for womanhood of the world.

Contents: 1. Cantonment life in India. 2. Seeking the outcast. 3. The habitations of cruelty. 4. The contagious diseases acts. 5. Pleading for the oppressed. 6. Some Anglo-Indian moral sentiments.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Queen's Daughters in India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 10.01.2015
Edition Reprint.
Language: English
isbn 9789381709559
length vi+88p., 23cm.