What Churchill Did To India
Penguin Petit

What Churchill Did To India

(Penguin Petit)

Overview

"The 'uniting' of India under the Imperial rule has always been considered as a great British achievement. However, a close look at British politics of the time paints quite a different picture. From believing that India was home to 'backward races' with no capacity for self-government to continuing to use Hindu-Muslim antagonism as a tool to prolong British rule in India, Churchill's intentions in the last few decades of the Raj are quite revealing. Read on to get an insight into India as envisioned by Winston Churchill, one of the most influential leaders in British history."

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Walter Reid
Walter Reid
Walter Reid studied at the universities of Oxford and Edinburgh. He has written a number of acclaimed books on military and political history, and has a particular interest in British imperial policy in the twentieth century. His books include Churchill: Under Friendly Fire, Empire of Sand: How Britain Made the Middle East and most recently Five Days from Defeat: How Britain Nearly Lost the First World War. He is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
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