The Shadow Of The Great Game: The Untold Story Of India’s Partition

Historians and political analysts have not paid enough attention to the crucial link between Indias partition and British fears about the USSR gaining control of Central Asia. Realizing that Indian nationalists would not play the Great Game against the Soviet Union, the British settled for those willing to do so, using Islam as a political tool in pursuit of their objectives. How this operation was conceived and carried out forms the theme of this untold story of Indias partition. Narendra Singh Sarila unearths top-secret documents which throw new light on several prominent political figures of the era, while bringing out little-known facts about the pressure that the US exerted on Britain to grant India her independence. The author also traces the roots of the present Kashmir imbroglio in this fascinating account.

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Pages

436

Authors

Narendra Singh Sarila

Reading Period

21 Days

ISBN: 978-8172238742
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