Bye-Bye Blackbird: An Anglo-Indian Memoir

Bye-Bye Blackbird: An Anglo-Indian Memoir
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Eleven years old when his family joined the exodus Anglo-Indian, on the eve of Indian independence, “said Peter Moss never house in the course of the post-war austerity of his” father’s land “where he saw how far and how rapidly Britain to abandon both its empire and its greatness. When he returned to his childhood haunts, much more than thirty years later, he discovered his Anglo-Indian had disappeared, submerged beneath the surface history.Bye-Bye Blackbird is a loving portrait of the world lost. There is also an ironic but affectionate Excellent Britain, the strengthening of self-implosion that would follow the “Huge Bang” of its imperial expansion, with the fallout would come rushing to the epicenter, and alter the extremely nature of what it meant British.His explorations brought him into get in touch with with a living tableau of characters as diverse as WWI pilot who fought a duel with the successor of the Red Baron over the trenches of the Western Front, a sadistic sergeant who liked to be Lampoon Bye-Bye Blackbird: An Anglo-Indian Memoir

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