An excellent presentation of the many complex factors which stem from the Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan. The author as the original Czech member of the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan, brings to his narrative first-hand experience.
Originally published in 1954.
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Table of Contents
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- Foreword, pg. vii
- Preface, pg. xi
- Preface to tke Second Edition, pg. xiii
- Acknowledgments, pg. xv
- Contents, pg. xvii
- Chapter 1. The Forgotten Nation, pg. 1
- Chapter 2. The Real Issue, pg. 25
- Chapter 3. The Struggle Begins, pg. 44
- Chapter 4. Invasion and Accession, pg. 73
- Chapter 5. The United Nations Intervenes, pg. 97
- Chapter 6. The UN Commission at Work, pg. 118
- Chapter 7. The United Nations Representatives, pg. 165
- Chapter 8. The Kashmir Scene Changes, pg. 198
- Chapter 9. Communist Harvest, pg. 249
- Chapter 10. The Double Shadow, pg. 272
- Chapter 11. From Default to War, pg. 305
- Appendices, pg. 357
- Selected Bibliography, pg. 375
- Index, pg. 381