Assam Secession Movement: 1900 to Present: South, Central, and West Asia

Assam, in northeastern India, was occupied by the British after the first Anglo–Burmese War (1824–26). The British exploited the area for timber and established many tea plantations. Because of its geography, Assam is isolated from much of the rest of India, ...

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