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"Britain in India, 1765-1905, Volume VI by John Marriott

By John Marriott

Seeks to discover the character of the connection among Britain and India on the top of imperial growth. This assortment is of curiosity between educational groups exploring British and Indian heritage. it's worthwhile for literary, cultural and concrete historians operating during this area.

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