From Autocracy to Integration: Political Developments in Hyderabad State, 1938-1948
Orient Blackswan, 2000 - 313 من الصفحات
This book tells of the events which led, in September 1949, to the integration of the Princely State of Hyderabad the largest and the richest of the Princely States into the Indian Union. The author questions the nature and popularity of the annexation of Hyderabad and attempts to answer sensitive questions through a detailed study of the crucial decade of 1938 48.
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