1971 through a looking glass


Writing the history of a war is a very challenging job for every historian because the line between fact and fiction about events and personalities tends to get blurred by the creators of those events and archival facts. That means historians have to show considerable sensitivity when they interpret facts on the basis of available evidence. Bose has left no stone unturned in collecting material facts to present a rich and challenging story of the 1971 war. She has personally interviewed “eyewitnesses” and her hard work is visible in bibliographical references from pages 199 to 230......Read more

 

Source: Business Standard


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