The Partition — A Tale of India and Pakistan

A refugee special train at Ambala Station during the Partition of India. (Photograph: Photo Division/Government of India)
A train carrying Muslims passes through the north Indian town of Kuinkshaha on its way from Delhi to Lahore, 1947. Photograph: Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum

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