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The Men who ruled India

by Philip Mason
Edition statement:1st ed. Published by : Rupa & Co. Physical details: 353 ISBN: 8171673619 paperback. Subject(s): India: General Interest Year: 2001
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The Men Who Rules India is a masterly distillation of Philip Mason's two classics, The Founders and The Guardians, which were written soon after British withdrawal from the sub-continent, when the sights and sounds and smells of an area the size of Europe were still fresh in memory. From the days of the first English arrivals in India at the turn of the 16th century right through to independence, Mason vividly chronicles the lives of men who fought, built bridges and railways, administered paternal justice in villages, held missions and conducted a love affair with the most cherished jewel of the British Empire.

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