Sunday, May 26, 2024

Tag: Bengal

The Dutch became the local elites up until the British East India Company overthrew them in 1825 as a result of illegal commerce and the zamindari of three villages. This is the account of how the Dutch East India Company sank as its corrupt officials made their fortunes in Bengal.
A statue of a former maharaja will be placed in front of the city's iconic Curzon Gate by the Bardhaman municipality. Why, 117 years after leaving India, does this imperialist former viceroy still cause fury and loathing? Just who was Lord Curzon, the Viceroy of India who partitioned Bengal in 1905?
At the peak of it's power, the British Empire covered more than a quarter of the world. To rule over the natives and extract their resources, the officers of the East India Company segregated the populations into different regions...
A new study by Indian and American researchers confirm how Winston Churchill caused the Bengal Famine and starved over 3 million Indians to death. Glorified as the "Saviour of the World" in the west and dubbed the "Butcher of...
हिंदी में पढ़ें: भारत में नारको-आतंकवाद का इतिहास This extensively researched report covers the following subjects: 1 The Beginning of the Drug Narcotics Trade The more than 200 year history of the first ever organized drug running syndicate – the British Empire and...