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The Indian Princes and Their States

@inproceedings{Metcalf2005TheIP,
  title={The Indian Princes and Their States},
  author={T. Metcalf},
  year={2005}
}
  • T. Metcalf
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • Barbara Ramusack bases her study of indirect rule under British imperialism mainly on research, including her own, which has been done since the 1960s. As she reiterates throughout the book, the topic of the ‘Native States’ is not one which has attracted widespread scholarly attention. The main weight of research on the colonial period lies in British India, the three-fifths of the sub-continent which was under direct imperial administration. With the development of relatively new… CONTINUE READING
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