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Title : British Military Policy in India, 1900-1945: Colonial Constraints and Declining Power
Author : Anirudh Deshpande
Edition : Hardbound
ISBN : 9788173045837
Pages : 223p.
Year of Pub : 2005
Price : Rs 550.00
   
 
 
The decline of British imperialism had far reaching colonial and post-colonial consequences. British policy and Indian history, for obvious reasons, unfolded in the foreground of this decline from 1900 onwards. This volume contextualizes crucial aspects of modern India`s military past. It contends that British imperialism, like all empires, declined due to its inherent contradictions. Managing the military affairs of the British Raj comprised a crucial element of these contradictions. This socio-political history of the colonial Indian military organization investigates why reform remained largely theoretical even as the British used indian resources to defend a weakening empire through two World Wars. Ultimately World War II transformed the Indian armed forces but eventually, as this book asserts, this transformation worked against the British.

 

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