The Radcliffe Boundary Commission and the Fate of Kashmir

  title={The Radcliffe Boundary Commission and the Fate of Kashmir},
  author={Shereen Ilahi},
  journal={India Review},
  pages={102 - 77}
  • Shereen Ilahi
  • Published 2003
  • Political Science
  • India Review
  • 4 Citations


    or more on the disputes and wars regarding Kashmir and Mountbattens involvement with them in particular, see Chandrasekhar Dasgupta, War and Diplomacy in Kashmir
    • 2002
    India, Pakistan and the Kashmir Dispute
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    When All Else Fails: Ethnic Population Transfers and Partitions in the Twentieth Century
    • 236
    Those espousing such interpretations of the evidence are best described as (but not limited to) pro-Pakistani historians and government officials. .or a good summary of the major issues
    • On Regional Conflict and Its Resolution
    • 1994
    or other ways in which Mountbatten played a key role regarding Kashmir, albeit after partition, see Dasgupta
    • Kashmir: A Disputed Legacy 18461990
    • 1991
    or a more specific discussion on the background to the IndiaPakistan partition, see Anita Inder Singh, The Origins of the Partition of India
    • See also T. G. .raser, Partition in Ireland, India and Palestine: Theory and Practice
    • 1984
    The partition of the Punjab
    • 13
    • PDF
    The story of the integration of the Indian States
    • 61
    • PDF
    It is worth noting that Lamb mentions that Indian access to Kashmir was not a central reason for Mountbattens interference, but was rather an expected and added bonus. .or specific allegations, see
    • citations from the Pakistani newspaper, Dawn, as they appear in Satya M. Rai, Partition of the Punjab
    • 1953
    This quote is actually taken from Radcliffes reply to a question asked in the House of Commons by Sir Archibald Carter on April 9
    • As cited in Heward, The Great and the Good
    • 1948