The 70th anniversary of partition has illuminated the breathtaking events which accompanied the end of British rule in India, and the bloody emergence of India and Pakistan as independent states. In this personal essay, University of Dundee academic Abdullah Yusuf draws upon childhood memories and family discussions to offer a Bangladeshi perspective of partition and the subsequent events which saw East Pakistan become Bangladesh.
|Specialist publication||CABLE - Scotland's monthly online international affairs magazine|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Sep 2017|
- colonialism and post-colonialism
- Colonial India
- national identity