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Partition and Independence in Delhi: 1947-48
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 32, No. 36 (Sep. 6-12, 1997), pp. 2261-2272
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4405816
Page Count: 12
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This is a Partition-Independence that we have not always faced up to in our history-writing and our public presentations of that moment of 'liberation'. A focus on the Muslims of a disturbed and high-profile place such as Delhi in 1947-48 allows us to recover something of the suppressed memories of Partition and Independence, at the same time as we ask something about the way in which the history of these events has been written up.
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