2 edition of American diplomacy and independence for India found in the catalog.
American diplomacy and independence for India
Ramesh Chandra Jauhri
|LC Classifications||E183.8 I4 J3|
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|Number of Pages||160|
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American Diplomacy and Independence for India. By R.C. Jauhri. Published in India by Vora & Co. Stated first edition. Hardcover, no dj, index, pp., 8vo. Condition: Ex-Libris exterior and interior markings.
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Bombay, Vora  (OCoLC) Before plunging into India’s post-independence conflicts, he takes the time to document the origin of the modern armed forces in the Indian medieval period. India was, at that time, a patchwork of princely states rather than a unified nation.
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