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Halfway to freedom: a report on the new India in the words and photographs of Margaret Bourke-White

Author: Bourke-White, Margaret

Keywords: History, British period, Mahatma Gandhi, Pakistan, Great migration

Publisher: Simon and Schuster, New York

Description: Authored by Margaret Bourke-White, this book describes the picture of a new India and discusses its complexities. Each section of the book is assisted by self-clicked pictures by the author herself that makes this book a fascinating read. The topics that are dealt with in detail in the book are the Birth of two nations, the Great Migration, Direct Action in Calcutta, Gandhi’s last fast, Promise of peace, The mill workers of Delhi, Gandhi amongst the untouchables, the creator of Pakistan, Problems of the promised land, Pakistan- land of the pure, etc.

Source: Central Secretariat Library

Type: Rare Book

Received From: Central Secretariat Library


DC Field Value
dc.contributor.author Bourke-White, Margaret
dc.date.accessioned 2017-05-22T07:39:22Z
2018-06-07T03:27:40Z
dc.date.available 2017-05-22T07:39:22Z
2018-06-07T03:27:40Z
dc.description Authored by Margaret Bourke-White, this book describes the picture of a new India and discusses its complexities. Each section of the book is assisted by self-clicked pictures by the author herself that makes this book a fascinating read. The topics that are dealt with in detail in the book are the Birth of two nations, the Great Migration, Direct Action in Calcutta, Gandhi’s last fast, Promise of peace, The mill workers of Delhi, Gandhi amongst the untouchables, the creator of Pakistan, Problems of the promised land, Pakistan- land of the pure, etc.
dc.source Central Secretariat Library
dc.format.extent xi, 244p.
dc.format.mimetype application/pdf
dc.language.iso English
dc.publisher Simon and Schuster, New York
dc.subject History, British period, Mahatma Gandhi, Pakistan, Great migration
dc.type Rare Book
dc.date.copyright 1949
dc.identifier.accessionnumber AS-003354
dc.format.medium text
DC Field Value
dc.contributor.author Bourke-White, Margaret
dc.date.accessioned 2017-05-22T07:39:22Z
2018-06-07T03:27:40Z
dc.date.available 2017-05-22T07:39:22Z
2018-06-07T03:27:40Z
dc.description Authored by Margaret Bourke-White, this book describes the picture of a new India and discusses its complexities. Each section of the book is assisted by self-clicked pictures by the author herself that makes this book a fascinating read. The topics that are dealt with in detail in the book are the Birth of two nations, the Great Migration, Direct Action in Calcutta, Gandhi’s last fast, Promise of peace, The mill workers of Delhi, Gandhi amongst the untouchables, the creator of Pakistan, Problems of the promised land, Pakistan- land of the pure, etc.
dc.source Central Secretariat Library
dc.format.extent xi, 244p.
dc.format.mimetype application/pdf
dc.language.iso English
dc.publisher Simon and Schuster, New York
dc.subject History, British period, Mahatma Gandhi, Pakistan, Great migration
dc.type Rare Book
dc.date.copyright 1949
dc.identifier.accessionnumber AS-003354
dc.format.medium text