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Who Was Responsible For India’s Partition? | Koenraad Elst

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wmrn3_td2hM&t=10s I know it is popular among Hindus to blame the British for everything like to say, quiet falsely, that the partition was imposed on India by the British. No, this is not true at all. Partition was desired and imposed by the Muslim League that already voted for partition in

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Sylhet Partition: History Of Horror And Unacceptance – A Talk By Ayon Bhattacharjee | Partition Of India

The partition of India happened across eastern and western frontiers leading to some of the biggest human migrations, accompanied by genocides and sufferings. Information and documentation on the partition are mainly confined to that of Punjab and Bengal. A a small district called Sylhet was ceded to East Pakistan through

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Politicization Of Indian History In Post Independence Era | Sandeep Balakrishna | Tipu Sultan

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oe9cnzig9Lw&t=1s So I’ll begin with a small, very humorous quote by an American scholar of history, He says, about politics he says this, and I quote “The first lesson of politics is to forget the first lesson of history”. So I’ll repeat that, “The first lesson of politics is to forget

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The Official View Of Netaji’s Death: Truth Or Myth | Anuj Dhar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrMtoFCQB2s Neta ji's death happened on 18 th of August 1945 the official view which is approximately three days after the Japanese announced they were going to surrender to the British. So this is very crucial time. If he had not died on 18 th of August may be in next couple of

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[Q/A] The Turkish Origins Of India’s Partition – A Talk By Abhijit Chavda

Main Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Erxm70VGjfE India's undemocratic partition - instigated by Jinnah, accepted by Gandhi and the Congress Party, and midwifed by the British - was a traumatic, epoch-making event that vivisected the world's oldest civilization. It opened wounds that have never healed. Its effects reverberate to this day, in the form of

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[Q/A] Conundrum: Netaji’s Life After Death — A Talk By Anuj Dhar And Chandrachur Ghose

Main Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKF2m… A former journalist, New Delhi-based Anuj Dhar is well-known for his research and activism relating to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, especially the issue of his death. Through his efforts and talks, Dhar has revived memories of Subhas Bose among millions around the world. Dhar's 2012 bestselling book "India's biggest

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