The Indian Annual Register A Digest Of Public Affairs Of India During The Period 1919-1947) (58 Vols.), Volumes 1-2
The Register is a comprehensive digest of all phases of public affairs of India with an authentic and dependable record of the Political, Economic, Industrial, Educational and Social Activities of the nation during the most momentous years of Indian history from 1919 to 1947.During these years, the National Movement entered its mass struggle phase. Communalism gradually assumed a menacing proportion leading to the Partition of the country between India and Pakistan. In the times to come, India emerged as the most industrially developed country among the former colonial states.These years witnessed the rise of a powerful Left Movement resulting in forceful socialist and communist parties, and for a while a revolutionary terrorist movement. A brief glance at these volumes is sufficient to show that they have also covered fully other grounds of student, youth, women, cultural, and trade union movements which were integrated with the national movement and thus, made the Register an almost indispensable record for advanced students and researchers of politics and history on Indian affairs.
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