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British Relations with Sind 1799-1843: An Anatomy of Imperialism

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One of the major paradoxes of the nineteenth century was the continued growth of the British Empire at a time when the home authorities opposed expansion. The annexation of the Indian state of Sindh in 1843 is a notable examples of forces which abetted this situation. Huttenback's study of British relations with an independent Sindh from 1799 to 1843 provides valuable insight into the complexities of nineteenth-century British imperialism Here is a thorough investigation of British activities in Sindh after 1799, the ...

British Relations with Sind 1799-1843: An Anatomy of Imperialism 2008, Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN-13: 9780195473995

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