Anita Rani - HistFest 2018

Anita Rani in Conversation with Dr Janina Ramirez

Partition and Me



etc.venues The Hatton, 51-53 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8HN

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In 1947, British India was divided into India and Pakistan, triggering the largest instance of mass-migration in the 20th century. Over 70 years on, BBC Broadcaster Anita Rani draws upon her family history to discuss her personal story of Partition.

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