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Detter Delupis, Ingrid. The Law of War. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1987. Provides a succinct presentation of the law of war including its special characteristics and the place of the Hague rules in the modern system. Provides a clear overview of the present norms of this body of law and explains their evolution and application. Includes an extensive bibliography. McKercher, B. J. , ed. Arms Limitation and Disarmament: Restraints on War, 1899-1939. : Praeger, 1992. Examines the history of efforts to limit warfare.
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Indian Muslims: A Political History, 1858-1947. New York: Asia Publishing, 1959. Starts with the military conflict of 1857 at Meerut and the events that transpired as a result of it. Gopal concludes that the separatism between Hindus and Muslims was not communally based but the result of divide-and-conquer strategies by the British Raj. Metcalf, Barbara, and Thomas Metcalf. Concise History of India. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001. This volume provides a brief, comprehensive overview of the people and events that shaped Indias history.