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India, a modern history.

Author: Thomas George Percival Spear
Publisher: Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press [1961]
Series: University of Michigan history of the modern world.
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Survey of India's transformation into a modern nation, emphasizing pertinent phases of India's ancient history andthe impact of the West.
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Spear, Thomas George Percival.
India, a modern history.
Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press [1961]
(OCoLC)575349778
Online version:
Spear, Thomas George Percival.
India, a modern history.
Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press [1961]
(OCoLC)608593692
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas George Percival Spear
OCLC Number: 410774
Description: x, 491, xix p. maps. 25 cm.
Contents: Pt. 1. India : ancient and medieval. The early cultures --
Hinduism --
The dawn of recorded history : Alexander and Asoka --
Jainism and Buddhism --
The invaders --
The Imperial Age --
New peoples : the Rajput world : South India --
Islam in India --
Turks and Afghans --
Pt. 2. The Mughal empire. Babur and the Mughals --
Akbar --
The great Mughals --
India in the seventeenth century --
Europeans in India in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries --
India, 1700-1750 --
Pt. 3. The British in India. British and French --
Bengal --
The company Bahadur --
The road to supremacy --
India in 1818 --
The new government --
The completion of dominion --
The new policy --
Dalhousie and the mutiny --
Pt. 4. Modern India. The new India --
The mind of the new India --
The new class and the new party --
Nationalists and government, 1885-1905 --
Portents of the new India --
India in world affairs, 1858-1914 --
World War I in India : the great divide --
Nonco-operation and reform --
Mahatma --
The Twenties --
That national struggle, 1929-34 --
The 1935 Act, theory and practice --
World War II --
The transfer of power --
Independence and consolidation --
Nehru's India --
Concluding reflections.
Series Title: University of Michigan history of the modern world.

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Survey of India's transformation into a modern nation, emphasizing pertinent phases of India's ancient history andthe impact of the West.

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