We Were Making History: Life Stories of Women in the Telengana People’s Struggle
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From worldcat.org: "The "Telangana people's struggle," stretching from 1946 to 1951, was the armed rebellion of men as well as women against the oppressive policies of the Nizam of Hyderabad. Hyderabad was India's largest princely state with a population density, estimated above seventeen million. Curiously, almost forty percent of the whole population was then under the control of those landlords who mercilessly established their own feudal estates. The feudal network called for manual labor, including both men and women, in the context of the feudal business."