Strangers In The Land: The Rise and Decline of the British Indian Empire
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Strangers In The Land: The Rise and Decline of the British Indian Empire

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The British in India, first as adventurers and traders, and finally as rulers through the India Office in London and the Viceroy's Government in India, oversaw all aspects of Indian life. All was recorded in detail, yielding the rich sources which, together with a vast library of traveler's tales and personal memoirs, underpin this study. This is not a traditional history,...more
Hardcover, 350 pages
Published September 7th 2002 by I. B. Tauris (first published June 27th 2002)
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