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Needed for school. Came quickly, great price. Would order from company again.Published 2 months ago by Realist
Is a very good read if you have interest in the Partition of India. Related to personal accounts and eye witness stories of the affected people, this book gives a great insight to... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Omar Salman
It tells us a heart moving reality of the partition of India. It leaves us with the message that it was not only a partition of two countries but partition of families, ties,... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Paridhi Srivastava
Somedays I wonder what was in the air the 1940's that made people worldwide so cruel to each other. Read more
I ordered this book because I am extremely interested in the
untold stories of the Partition of India even though the
reviews told me not to. Read more
I have read this book, Mr. Moon's "Divide and Quit", Mr. Khosla's work, "Stern Reckoning" amongst others on the subject of the Partition. Ms. Read morePublished on May 5, 2004 by Raveesh Varma
The amount of matter which the author has repeated again and again if you minus all that repeated matter, the book would hardly be of about a 100 pages .. Read morePublished on February 23, 2004 by Bobby Soni