Film, Video Nehru: A Political Life
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- Nehru: A Political Life
- Judith M. Brown discussed her latest book.
- Event Date
- September 13, 2004
- - Judith Brown, whom the Times Literary Supplement identified as the most interesting scholar now interpreting recent Indian history, is Beit Professor of Commonwealth History at Oxford University.
- Running Time
- 1 hours 33 minutes 58 seconds
- Online Format
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