Punjab

Love Is Stronger Than Hate : A Remembrance of 1947

Khushdeva Singh
Guru Nanak Mission
1973

The Indian Partition in Literature and Films: History, Politics, and Aesthetics

Rini Bhattacharya Mehta
Routledge
2014

Disturbances in the Punjab, 1947: A Compilation of Official Documents

Rukhsana Zafar
National Documental Centre (Pakistan)
Government of Pakistan, Cabinet Division, National Documentation Centre
1995

Halla: Demographic Consequences of the Partition of the Punjab 1947

Robert S. Corruccini
Samvit S. Kaul
University Press Of America
1990

Punjab Politics Dyarchy to Partition

Massarrat Abid
S. Qalb-i-Abid
Research Society of Pakistan
2012

Gandhi, Punjab and The Partition

S.L. Malhotra
Publication Bureau, Panjab University
1983

Reconstructing the Bengal Partition: The Psyche Under a Different Violence

Jayanti Basu
Bhatkal & Son
2013

Witness to Partition: A Memoir

Bal Ram Nanda
Rupa and Co.
2004

Partition of the Punjab : A Study of Its Effects On the Politics and Administration of the Punjab (I) 1947-56

Satya M Rai
Asia Pub. House
1965

The National Archives: The Punjab Boundary Force 1947

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The National Archive
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"From an India Office Military Department file. Report on the operations of the Punjab Boundary Force by its Commander, Major-General T W Rees. The Punjab Boundary Force was formed in a largely vain attempt to control and prevent communal warfare between Sikhs and Muslims in the Punjab at the time of the partition of British India into the two independent states of India and Pakistan. It operated 1 Aug - 1 Sep 1947."

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