Nationalist and separatist trends in Aligarh, 1915-47

  title={Nationalist and separatist trends in Aligarh, 1915-47},
  author={Mushirul Hasan and Mohd. Afzal Husain Qadri},
  journal={Indian Economic \& Social History Review},
  pages={1 - 33}
Ackaowledgemmts: I am most grateful to Mr Khalid Shamsul Hasan who made the Syed Shamsill Hasan Collection available to me. I am also indebted to Professor Khaliq Ahmad Nizami for allowing me access to the very important archives at the Sir Syed Academy, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. Dr V . C. Bhutani was kind enough to comment on several drafts of this paper. Zoya, as always, made useful suggestions. One of the author’s earliest memories is of the arrival in our ancestral village in… 
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