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Which is t best source for post independence and world history

edited August 2016 in Books & Booklists
Dear friends pls share ur experience on best resource material for post independence and world history...( pls share only if you have given mains nd found them useful....will b of much help to 1st timers...)

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  • Pls review sumit sarkar modern india..is it useful?
  • post independence - guha or bipin Chandra, world history-ncert(+norman lowe or jain mathur or vision world history notes).
    Mehnat itni khamoshi se karo ki qamyabi shor macha de !!!
  • Adding to what @Neyawn said.. There were some world history pdfs shared by stardust here on the forum. These pdfs were a good source for some very long topics.
  • I think Vision's notes on world history is very much sufficient and comprehensive. Succintly prepared into 2 booklets, they start from feudalism and then go on to industrial revolution, english, french and russian revolution. The build up to 1st world war, the actual war and then post world war to league of nations to rise of hitler and mussolini and then events to build up to 2nd world war covers the history beautifully. 2nd booklet starts with 2nd world war and then the cold war period with almost all events covered brilliantly like cuban missile crisis, Nikita Khuruschev's years etc etc.
  • vignesh said:

    I think Vision's notes on world history is very much sufficient and comprehensive. Succintly prepared into 2 booklets, they start from feudalism and then go on to industrial revolution, english, french and russian revolution. The build up to 1st world war, the actual war and then post world war to league of nations to rise of hitler and mussolini and then events to build up to 2nd world war covers the history beautifully. 2nd booklet starts with 2nd world war and then the cold war period with almost all events covered brilliantly like cuban missile crisis, Nikita Khuruschev's years etc etc.

    Can u please post the link or share those PDF of vision
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