TITLE

A REPORTER AT LARGE: THE BIRTH OF BANGLADESH-II

AUTHOR(S)
Shaplen, Robert
PUB. DATE
February 1972
SOURCE
New Yorker;2/19/1972, Vol. 47 Issue 53, p89
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article relates the author's experience in West Pakistan during the outbreak of full scale war between India and Pakistan. U.S. President Richard Nixon had either misread and disregarded the reports they had recieved from the embassies in Islamabad and New Delhi. The author attended a briefing at which a Pakistani brigadier commented about the war.
ACCESSION #
19351375

 

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