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Britain's Betrayal in India

The Story of the Anglo Indian Community


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Britain's Betrayal in India by Frank Anthony
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Frank Anthony's 'The Story of the Anglo Indian community', is the first book in the Anglo Indian Heritage series. This famous book is often cited by researchers and writers on the community, it consists of 512 pages of brilliantly researched history and analysis by the author who let the community through its most difficult period. The others three Non Fiction titles in the Anglo Indian Heritage series are:: (1) 'These Are The Anglo-Indians' by Reginald Maher - (2) 'Hostages to India': The Life story of The Anglo Indian Race by Herbert Alick Stark - (3) 'Cimmerii? Or Eurasians and Their Future' by Cedric Dover The books are called the Anglo Indian Heritage books as they chronicle the rich and colourful history of the Anglo Indian Community. This small community has had outstanding achievements at every level of society for hundreds of years but that record of achievement has been hidden, passed over or co-opted as British and Indian History. These Books are an attempt to fairly represent the history of the community by works by Anglo Indians themselves. While acknowledged is an outstanding work of research and scholarship by historians, the book is also interesting to read, as it tells a fascinating story. Frank Anthony Chronicles the history of the Anglo Indian community and covers the main periods in the life of the Community, outlining their achievements and their illustrious history. The first part is a account of the Earliest times of the Anglo Indians, 1639 to the period between the founding of the main settlements in Madras by the East India company and their expansion into the South Of India in 1791. The second part covers the period of conquest from 1791 to the great Indian mutiny. The book also covers the post mutiny period to the years after India's independence. In the Third part Frank Anthony, chronicles the post Independence battles that the community faced and life in India after the country became independent.
Release date Australia
April 13th, 2007
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
2nd ed.
Simon Wallenberg Press
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