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The All India Muslim Conference 1928-1935: A Documentary Record

K.K. Aziz (Editor)
Synopsis The compilation of documents presented here enables the reader to see the work of the Conference in the context of what was then happening in India and Britain, as well as providing essential raw material for scholars of history and political science. A short introduction indicates the origin of the Muslim Conference and briefly describes its role : the national politics of its days. Each document is annotated with background notes in an appendix; and a bibliography at the end will help those who wish to read further in the subject.
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About the author

K.K. Aziz

Professor Khursheed Kamal Aziz was born in December 1927, in village Ballamabad near Faisalabad. He was educated at the M. B. High School, Batala, Forman Christian College and the Government College, Lahore, and Victoria University, Manchester. He has been on the academic staff of Government College, Lahore, and of the Universities of the Punjab, London, Cambridge, Khartoum and Heidelberg, and has delivered occasional lectures at the Universities of Karachi, Peshawar, Dacca, Islamabad, Hull, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Geneva, Oxford and Bergen. During intervals snatched from teaching abroad he has served at home as Deputy Official Historian to the Government of Pakistan, Chairman of the National Commission on Historical and Cultural Research, and Special Policy Advisor to the Prime Minister (Z. A. Bhutto). Author of over a dozen books, he is a historian of rank with an international reputation.

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Title The All India Muslim Conference 1928-1935: A Documentary Record
Author K.K. Aziz
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2000
Edition Reprint
Language: English
isbn 8185199728
length xii+330p., Notes; Bibliography; Index.