Background. In the compromise independence settlement of 1947, the British divided the Indian Raj into two components, largely consisting of Hindu India and the Muslim state of Pakistan, which was divided into two sections: West and East. This situation was satisfactory to none of the parties involved, and resulted in a series of wars between the countries. During the last of these insurgencies, East Pakistan broke away from West Pakistan and...
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