The memoirs of some 70 British men and women whose lives followed the course of Anglo-India through its last 50 years.
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One of the most enjoyable books I have read ... It is an authentic record of the survivors of British India ... a book which takes on where Kipling left off ( ANTONIA FRASER)
Both a guide and an entertaining companion ... Humour, drama and regret fill its pages ( MAIL ON SUNDAY)
A lovely and compelling account of what India meant to the British between 1900 and 1947 ... One of the best ( THE TIMES)
* A classic history of Britons' experiences of India in the last days of the Raj.
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