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1946 : The Great Calcutta Killings and Noakhali Genocide - A Historical Study

1946 : The Great Calcutta Killings and Noakhali Genocide
A Historical Study


Tuhina Prakashani

This is not a book to deliver some exegetical notes on communalism. The object of this endeavour is to delineate, as far as practicable, what really had happened in 1946 Calcutta Killings and East Bengal – Noakhali Genocide with particular reference to Noakhali. It also calls to show how the diabolical, fiendish events could have happened when communalism, as a historical process, grabbed political space.

 - from the Introduction of the Book

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