India at war and mining accidents
Yasmin Khan explores the impact of World War Two on the British Raj, while Daniel Blackie describes the plight of injured miners in the 19th century
Historian Yasmin Khan talks about her new book, The Raj at War, which explores the impact of World War Two on the people of India, many of whom fought in the conflict. Meanwhile, we speak to Daniel Blackie about a project that is examining the fate of miners with injuries and disabilities in the 19th century.
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