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Pak Colonialism in East Bengal - D. R. Mankekar

Pak Colonialism in East Bengal

D. R. Mankekar

Somaiya Publications Pvt. Ltd.

When the British found that a handful of Englishmen could no more rule the Indian sub-continent, and that Indians as a whole refused to accept them, they decided to quit.

But not so the west Pakistanis. The latter when faced with a mass rebellion, decided to do the impossible crush the mass rebellion with machine-guns and tanks and establish a military regime to reinforce their colonialist rule.
 - from the Preface