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Christopher Moffat
The Amritsar Massacre, as it came to be known, exhibited without remorse .
Towards a Jurisprudence of Emergency: Colonialism and the Rule
5 Quoted in Derek Sayer, “British Reaction to the Amritsar Massacre 1919–1920”, Past and Present 131 (1991), 131. 6 Great Britain, Parliament, Army.
a journal of historical studies THE LAND-FAMILY BOND AT EARLS
BRITISH REACTION TO THE AMRITSAR. MASSACRE 1919-1920. Derek Sayer.
"The Sinn Fein of India": Irish Nationalism and the Policing of
Jun 8, 2007 British policy in Ireland, see Derek Sayer, "British Reaction to the Amritsar Massacre,. 1919-1920." Past and Present, no.
Martial Law and Massacre: Violence and the Limit
book Amritsar: The Massacre That Ended the Raj suggests.5 The official view was to stress places.

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Massacre of Amritsar (1919, India) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Massacre of Amritsar (1919, India), (April 13, 1919), incident in which British troops fired on a crowd of unarmed Indian protesters, killing a large number.

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