The Raj at War: A People's History of the Second World War Author Yasmin Khan

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Dr Yasmin Khan writes with compassion as she explores the impact on India, in producing the largest volunteer army in world history; over 2 million men. We hear voices from the first Indian to win the Victoria Medal to labourers and their families in remote villages.  This book looks at the large scale impact, the mobilisation for the war had on economic, cultural and social change within India.

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Join historian Yasmin Khan, together with journalist and author Shrabani Basu on the 13th August, as part of the National Army Museum's VJ75 Never Forgotten series - India at War. Full event details can  be found on the National Army Museum's What's On listings.

ISBN: 9780099542278


432 Pages

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