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History 386 India (1930-present)- Lecture 8

by: Nicole Ringsdorf

History 386 India (1930-present)- Lecture 8

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Nicole Ringsdorf

Arafaat A. Valiani

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This lecture covers the court culture in colonial Burma with a focus on Nerhu and after. The assignment mentioned is also attached. 6 Pages (not including the assignment)
Arafaat A. Valiani
history, India
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