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Abdul, A.Ghost Stories of Old CalcuttaBengal Past and Present1990
Ackerley, J.R.Anglo-Indian Fiction before 1947Indo-British Review,Vol.XIII,No.2Jul-Dec 87
Ackerman, PiersThe New People in the Australian WestAustralian4-May-72
Aisbett, N.Nichols Family Point FingerThe West Australian27-Jun-96
Akhileshwari, R.The Beauty Queen from the Dirty Lanes of SecunderabadDeccan Herald25-Nov-97
Albuquerque, IngridReunion Flattered to Deceive, Regret Anglo-IndiansThe Sunday Times of India11-Jan-98
Allen, CharlesA Forgotten Pioneer of Himalayan ExplorationAsian Affairs, Vol. 11(2)1980
Allen, GrantAdventures of the Magnificent MaharajahMiss Cayley's Adventures1899
Anderson, GeorgeAnglo-Indian EducationThe Asiatic Review, 4th series, 31:71-79Jan-39
Anderson, GeorgeAnglo-Indian Settlers: Discontent at Abbott MountThe Anglo-Indian Review, 17:13Jul-27
Anderson, GeorgeThe Annual General MeetingThe Anglo-Indian Review, 55:24-26Nov-Dec 1964
AnonymousThe Anglo-Indian CauseImperial Anglo-Indian Assoc., Calcutta1898
AnonymousAnglo-Indians Celebrate Reunion Amidst ProtestsTimes of India8-Jan-98
AnonymousThe Anglo-Indian Empire LeagueThe Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol. II, No. 40Jan-10
AnonymousAnglo-Indians Made Bangalore a Hockey ParadiseDeacon Herald, India9-Jun-83
AnonymousAnglo-Indians at McCluskiegunj in Contemporary IndiaBBC World Service, Newshour - (Report on)9-Jul-96
AnonymousAnglo-Indians Pour Into Good Ol´ BangaloreTimes of India1-May-98
AnonymousAnglo-Indian SingerAnglo-Indians in TouchApr-94
AnonymousAnglo-Indians Story in BriefAnglo-IndianAug-96
AnonymousAnglo-Indians in TasmaniaThe Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol. II, No. 81Oct-10
AnonymousAnglo-Indians Want Reservation Quota BackThe Indian Express23-Sep-97
AnonymousAnglo-Indians at Work and PlayTime-Life/BBC magazine1972
AnonymousAn Anglo-Indian Worthy (Mr. J.G. Friend-Pereria)The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol.II,No.64Jun-10
AnonymousAnglo-Indian Worthies (Mr. H.C. Dubois)The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol.II,No.47Feb-10
AnonymousAnglo-Indian Worthies (Charles Forjett: The Anglo-Indian Police Commissioner Who Saved Bombay in the Mutiny)The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol.II,No.44Jan-10
AnonymousAnglo-Indian Worthies (Mr. P.R. Hanson)The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol.II,No.71Aug-10
AnonymousAnglo-Indian Worthies (About Hodson of Hodson's Horse)The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol.II,No.80Oct-10
AnonymousAnglo-Indian Worthies (Edwin Welsh Kellner)The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol.II,No.45Feb-10
AnonymousAnglo-Indian Worthies (The Rev. Dennis Osborne)The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol.II,No.43Jan-10
AnonymousAnglo-Indian Worthies (Dr. Sausmond)The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol.II,No.40Jan-10
AnonymousAnglo-Indian Worthies (Mr. Thomas Morton Scott)The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol.II,No.75Sep-10
AnonymousBeing Anglo-IndianThe East Indies Telegraph, No.41993
AnonymousBirth and Growth of Anglo-IndiansAnglo-Indians In Touch, Vol. XXXIINov-96
AnonymousBouquets for the Anglo-BurmeseOMA Newsletter, 381994
AnonymousA Brave Anglo-Indian SoldierAnglo-Indian, Vol 6, No 1Jan-96
AnonymousThe British in Benares: A 19th Century Colonial Society1987
AnonymousBrothers to Teach Art of ServiceSunday Times29-Mar-87
AnonymousBrown is the Colour of?The ReviewMay 20-26, 1972
AnonymousCalcutta Dual MedallistsOMA Newsletter, 56Sep-97
AnonymousCalcutta Martiniere - Historical Highlights (1934-1937)OMA Newsletter, 461995
AnonymousCalcutta Martiniere - Historical Highlights (1937-1940)OMA Newsletter, 491996
AnonymousCalcutta Martiniere - Historical Highlights (1941-1965)OMA Newsletter, 501996
AnonymousCalcutta Martiniere - Historical Highlights (1966-1980)OMA Newsletter, 511996
AnonymousCardinal PicachyOMA Newsletter, 331993
AnonymousThe Case of the Domiciled Comm. of India as Presented by the Anglo-Indian Assoc. to the Indian Statutory CommitteeAnglo Indian Assoc., (pvt. publication), London9-Jun-28
AnonymousThe Changing Face of Anglo IndiansDeccan Herald4-Jan-98
AnonymousCity to Host Global Anglo-Indian meetTimes of India12-Jun-97
AnonymousCoach's Book Gives Advice to CricketersWanneroo Times, p. 718-Mar-94
AnonymousCode of Regulations for Anglo-Indian SchoolsMadras1961
AnonymousThe Colonel Fires the First Salvo (About Charles Campagnac)
AnonymousThe Colonial Novel in IndonesiaComparative Literature, 10Summer 1958
AnonymousConfessions of an EurasianThe Asiatic Journal, IX: 239-240Sept-Dec 1832
AnonymousConfessions of an Eurasian: Social, Moral and PoliticalThe Asiatic Journal, I: 362-4141838
AnonymousCultural Aspects of the Eurasian Community in Indonesian ColonialSociety, Indonesia, 6Oct-68
Anonymous"The Deputations of Delegates of the Anglo-Indian and Domiciled European Assoc. of India to the Rt. HonAnglo-Indian Citizen & Review
AnonymousThe DomiciledThe Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol II, No. 53Apr-10
AnonymousThe Domiciled Community in India, an Appeal to Their British Fellow-SubjectsEuropean Schools in India Improvement Assoc., LondonMay-23
AnonymousDoran's Act of Bravery RewardedCollie Mail, W Australia6-Jul-95
AnonymousDurgapur Bridge Named After the Anglo-Indian Poet Henry DerozioThe Anglo-Indian, IndiaOct-92
AnonymousDustAnglo-Indians in Touch, Vol XXJun-93
AnonymousThe East Indian CommunityCalcutta Review, Vol 11, No 21:73-901849
AnonymousThe Education and Establishments of Calcutta, Past and PresentCalcutta Review, Vol. 13:442-4671850
AnonymousEmigration of Anglo-Indian ChildrenThe Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol II, No. 511910
AnonymousThe Eurasians Dilemma in IndonesiaJournal of Asian Studies, 1Nov-60
AnonymousThe Eurasian of Indonesia: A Problem and Challenge of Dutch ColonialismSoutheast Asian History, 9Sep-68
AnonymousFrank Anthony - A Legend Passes OnAnglo-Indians in Touch, Vol XXIIJan-94
AnonymousFrom Little Acorns Big Trees GrowAAI News, Issue 51994-95
AnonymousGiant Killer - Helen Beatty (About an Anglo-Indian Female Golfer)AAI News, Issue 9Summer 1995/96
AnonymousGreat Future in India for Anglo-Indians from The Anglo-Indian Review, June 1947Anglo-Indian Newsletter, Vol. 8, No. 1Jan-98
AnonymousGuide to the Eurasian and Anglo-Indian VillagesOxford Univ Papers on India, 1:21987
AnonymousAlphabetical Lists of European and East Indian InhabitantsCalcutta Annual Directory and Register, 1-551835
AnonymousAmalgamation or FederationThe Anglo-Indian Review, 17:1Nov-Dec 1927
AnonymousAn Anglo-Indian Artist (Ron Aviet)The Anglo-Indian Voice, US 
AnonymousAnglo-Indians in AustraliaThe Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol.11,No.42Jan-10
AnonymousAn Anglo-Indian Beauty (Diana Hayden: Femina Miss India-World 1997)Deccan Chronicle, HyderabadJan-97
AnonymousAnglo-Indians of CalcuttaHuman Science, 32:33-561983
AnonymousHarold on HighSunday Times1987
AnonymousHenry DerozioEast Indies Telegraph, No 41993
AnonymousThe History of the Lall Bazar Baptist Chapel
AnonymousThe Hon'ble Mr. T.A. RichmondThe Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol. II, No. 71Aug-10
AnonymousHyderabad, the Nizam's ContingentCalcutta Review, Vol 11, No 211849
AnonymousImmigration and the Formation of Minority Groups: The Dutch Experience 1945-1975Cambridge , UK1982
AnonymousIndo-BritainMissionary Society at Bombay1849
AnonymousThe Indonesian Eurasian and His CulturePhylon 16Dec-55
AnonymousLest We ForgetAAI News, p 4-5Autm 1994
AnonymousLest We Forget: A Tribute to a Leader (Gidney)Between UsJun-75
AnonymousList of East IndiansCalcutta Annual Register & Directory1831
AnonymousMartinian Knight - Sir Joseph Benjamin George SmithOMA Newsletter, 481995
AnonymousMartinian Profile - Hubert Stanley Bolst (1871-1945)OMA Newsletter, 421994
AnonymousMcCluskiegunj Gets M.P's AttentionThe Sunday Statesman, Calcutta28-Apr-97
AnonymousMcCluskiegunj receives President-in-Chief's Special AttentionThe ReviewApr-96
AnonymousMemorandum of the Anglo-Indian and Domiciled European Community of India Submitted to the Simon CommissionAnglo-Indian Review, Vol 18Jan-29
AnonymousMemorandum submitted by The Anglo-Indian Federation of Burma to the Indian Statutory (Simon) CommissionBurma Review II,d, RangoonMar-29
AnonymousMemorandum Submitted by the Anglo-Indian Assoc. of Madras to the Indian Statutory CommissionMadras1928
AnonymousMistletoe and HollyThe Statesman, India
AnonymousMutiny Medal for MartinianOMA Newsletter, 271992
AnonymousNew Baby Boy´s a High Flyer (Anglo-Indian Air Hostess Gillian Grieff Helped Deliver Boy)The West Australian12-Apr-97
AnonymousNorman Vernon GibsonThe ReviewSep-95
AnonymousOld Boy FlashbackOMA Newsletter, 381994
AnonymousOld Martinian Greats (Hector Daniell)OMA Newsletter, Lucknow Vol 3, No 21988
AnonymousOld Martinian Greats (Victor Rayner)OMA Newsletter, Lucknow Vol 3, No 21988
AnonymousOur Bombay Vice President (Mr. A.M. D'Souza)The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol. II, No. 65Jun-10
AnonymousOur Heritage Lives OnAnglo-Indians In Touch, Vol XXIIJan-94
AnonymousOut House Gets AwardSunday Times of India22-Feb-98
AnonymousPassing of a Leader (Frank Anthony)OMA Newsletter, 381994
AnonymousPersonal Communication6-Jun-95
AnonymousThe Poetry of Anglo-Indian LifeCalcutta Review, 55: 58-711872
AnonymousThe Portuguese East Indians of MalabarCalcutta Review, Vol 51846
AnonymousProfile of an Outstanding Anglo-Indian InventorAnglo-Indians In Touch, Vol. XXXIAug-96
AnonymousThe Pulse of our PeopleAnglo-Indians In Touch, Vol XXJun-93
AnonymousRace And Colour in Colonial Society: Biographical sketches by a Eurasian Woman Concerning Pre-World War II IndonesiaIndonesia, 8Oct-69
AnonymousReply of the Secretary of State for India to the Anglo-Indian Deputations of 1923 and 1925Letter from the Viceroy of India11-Sep-28
AnonymousReport of Proceedings Connected with the East Indians' Petition to Parliament by the East Indian Committee (Imperial Library, Calcutta)Calcutta1829
AnonymousReport on East Indian Education and the Doveton CollegesCalcutta Review, 24: 288-330Jan-June 1855
AnonymousReport on Indian Constitutional Reforms (Publication by the Govt. of India)Calcutta1918
AnonymousReunion DownsideTimes of India13-Jan-98
AnonymousReunion: Poor Anglo-Indians Stage DemoDeccan Herald7-Jan-98
AnonymousSimla Anglos Help Famine FundOMA Newsletter, 371993
AnonymousSingapore's EurasiansAsiaweek27-Jul-94
AnonymousSupalux Wins WA's Small Business of the Year AwardSunday Times, Perth16-Oct-94
AnonymousThank you Mother IndiaAAI News, Issue 12Spring 96
AnonymousTold in the Verandah: Passages in the Life of Colonel Bowling, Set Down by his AdjutantLawrence and Bullen, London1893
AnonymousTop Choice for Family Dining (About restaurateur Gerry Campbell)Sunday Times14-Jun-87
AnonymousTopics of the Day No. 1. A Consideration of the Causes that Retard the Progress and Well-Being of the Anglo-Indian CommunityCalcutta1881
AnonymousTribute to Mr. G.A.L. CummingsOMA Newsletter, 391994
AnonymousTwilight Zone Traps WA WarriorsThe West Australian14-Nov-94
Anonymous200-Odd Anglo-Indian Families at Jatani, OrissaAnglo-IndianDec-96
AnonymousUnrewarded Heroes (About AI Engine Drivers)The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol. II, No. 64Jun-10
AnonymousWe are the Mainstream, says Anglo-Indian FactionThe Times of India10-Jan-98
AnonymousW.E. Debrunner (An Anglo-Indian Inventor)The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol. II, No. 44Jan-10
AnonymousWhat to do with our Boys? Recruitment from the Domiciled Community for the British ArmyThe Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol. II, No. 72Aug-10
AnonymousWhat to do with our Girls?The Anglo-Indian Empire, Vol. II, No. 72Aug-10
AnonymousWho is an Anglo-IndianAnglo-Indians in Touch, Vol XXIIJan-94
AnonymousWho Will Lead Anglo-Indians?The Herald, Calcutta4-Sep-64
AnonymousYeats Helped Miss World Get the CrownAnglo-Indian Newsletter, Vol. 8, No. 1Jan-98
Anthony, Frank R.Anglo-Indian Community in the New IndiaThe Asiatic Review, Vol 42Jan-46
Anthony, Frank R.The Bengal Military Orphan SocietyCalcutta Review, 44: 151-1821867
Arnold, D.European Orphans and Vagrants in India in the Nineteenth CenturyJournal of Imperial & Commonwealth History, Vol 7, No 2:104-127
Arnold, D.White Colonization and Labour in Nineteenth Century IndiaJournal of Imperial & Commonwealth History, Vol 11, No 2:133-1581983
Association of Heads in Anglo-Indian Schools, West BengalMeeting the Challenge: a Report on the Impact of the Mudaliar CommissionOrient Longman, Calcutta1960
Association of Teachers in Anglo-Indian Schools, West BengalSuggestions for the Reorientation of Anglo-Indian EducationThe Association, Calcutta1959
B.M. & Agarwal, K.K.Man in IndiaVol. 33, No. 21953
Bear, Laura Gbah-Miscegenations of Modernity: Constructing European Respectability and Race In The Inidan Railway Colony, 1857-1931Women´s History Review, University of Michigan, 1994
Beecham, ClaryAnna and The King Of SiamThe India List02-01-2000
Beverley, H.Calcutta in the Olden Time - Its PeopleCalcutta Review, 35:164-227Sept-Dec 1860
Beverley, H.Ferenghees of ChittagongCalcutta Review, 53:57-891871
Bhattacharya, D.K.The Anglo-Indians in Bombay: An Introduction to Their Socio-Economic and Cultural LifeRace, 10:2, 163-1721968
Bloem, M.The Second World War and Dutch Society: Continuity and Changes, in: A.C. Duke & C.A. c.a. tamse (eds.)Britain and the Netherlands, 6 (The Hague 1977)1977
Blunt, AlisonPostcolonial Migrations: Anglo-Indians In "White Australia"Dept. of Geography Queen Mary, University of London2002
Bobb, Dilip & Farzand AhmedMcCluskiegunj: the Dying of a DreamIndia Today, 16:43-491991
Boer-Lasschuyt, T.Eurasian Repatriates in HollandR.E.M.P. Bulletin, Vol 8Apr-Jun 1960
Bolton, J.R., Con, P.The Future of the Anglo-IndianThe Spectator, p. 85122-Nov-35
Bose, MihirAnglo-Indians Between Two WorldsNew Society4-Jan-79
Bose, MihirOne Corner of an Indian Slum that is Forever EnglandNew Society, Vol 47, No 848,7-94-Jan-79
Bovenkerk, F.Book Review of Dr. Bagley's 'The Dutch Plural Society'Race, Vol 15, No 2Oct-73
Brass, PerryInterview with Ashok Roy Kav: India´s Pioneer**" garchive/interview/ 050399in.htmDec-00
Brendish, SteveGeorge William Brendish And The Indian Mutiny of 1857www.alphalink.com2003
Broom, L. & S. ReecePolitical and Racial InterestPublic Opinion Quarterly, Vol 191956
Brown, GeraldLa Martiniere College Lucknow: Schooldays 1916-1926OMA Newsletter, 54Mar-97
Brown, MelvynAnglo-Indian MLA in Bihar StateThe AI Netsletter, 5.1-21995
Brown, MelvynMcCluskiegunj Gets Williams´ AttentionThe AI Netsletter, 6.21996
Brown, MelvynA Community by ConsentThe HeraldJul-97
Buettner, ElizabethProblematic Spaces, Problematic Races: Defining 'Europeans' in Late Colonial India***Women's History Review Vol. 9:2 p.77Summer 2000
Bulley, AnneJohn Pope and the Country Ships of East IndiesEast Indies Telegraph, No 61995
Burgess, W. G.MilestonesThe Anglo-Indian Review, 17:24-25Oct-27
Burnett, DeanA History Of The Anglo-Burmese
Busia, A.P.A.Miscegenation as Metonymy: Sexuality and Power in the Colonial NovelEthnic and Racial Studies, Vol. 9, No 3: 360-372Jul-86
Butler, KeithThe Ancient Art of Tram CatchingThe Age7-Aug-99
Butler, PhillipSister Marisa and Her Wards of DestinyAnglo Indians In Touch, 9.12-131987
Callahan, R.Cornwallis and the Indian Army 1786-1797Military Affairs, Vol 31:93-971970
Campagnac, C.An Anglo-Indian AffairOMA Newsletter, 361993
Campagnac, C.Courage is DestinyOMA Newsletter, 441995
Campagnac, C.Retreat From RangoonOMA Newsletter, 351993
Campbell, FrankAustralia and Anglo-India: Aspects of Cultural TransmissionAustralian Studies Assoc., No. 16Oct-91
Caplan, LionelColonial and Contemporary Transnationalisms Traversing Anglo-Indian Boundaries of the MindIJAIS Vol.3, No.21998
Caplan, LionelCreole World, Purist Rhetoric: Anglo-Indian Cultural Debates in Colonial and Contemporary MadrasJournal of the Royal Anthropological Institute Vol.1, No.4, p.743 (20)Dec-95
Caplan, LionelDimensions of Urban Poverty: Anglo-Indian Poor and Their Guardians in MadrasUrban Anthropology, Winter Vol.25, :4, p.311 (3)1996
Caplan, LionelLife is Only Abroad, Not Here: The Culture of Emigration Among Anglo-Indians in MadrasImmigrants & Minorities, 14.26-461995
CarlosArticles on Eurasians in Makepeace, Brooke and Baddell's One Hundred Years of SingaporeOne Hundred Years of Singapore I, p. 363 & II, p. 294, London1921
Carstairs, R.Our Kinsfolk Domiciled in India-European and EurasianThe Imperial & Asiatic Quarterly Review, Vol XXIX, No 571910
Carter, FrankAnglo-Indian Reunion 2, Toronto-Canada 1992OMA Newsletter
Carton, AdrianBeyond "Cotton Mary": Anglo-Indian Categories And Reclaiming the Diverse
Carvalho, DeborahRomantic Humperdinck Wants Another Hit AlbumContra Costa TimesDec-89
Chaliha, Jaya & Gupta, BunnyAnglo-Indians, Pioneers and Prodigies (Contributed by Delphine VanDort)
Chandrakanth, R.Living on the Laurels of the PastThe Hindu, BangaloreOct-96
Charles, G.Anglo-Indian Family History NewsletterOMA Newsletter, 481995
Charles, G.L.Anglo Indian Ancestry1999
Charles, KIndia: A personal ViewEast Indies Telegraph, No 31991
Charles, KThe Quit India CampaignEast Indies Telegraph, No 31992
Charlesworth, PeterRight Off The Planet: Darjeeling, Kurseong and a BungalowGeocities.com1999
Clay, J.William Masters - First Head Master of La Martiniere, CalcuttaOMA Newsletter, 471995
Clayton, LynnThe Youthful ViewpointAnglo-Indians in Touch, 25.3-41994
Clifford, Capt. JulianFacts and Figures. Road Before the Social Study Society of CalcuttaSep-11
Cohn, B.S.The Recruitment and Training of British Civil Servants in India 1600-1860 & the British in Benares: A 19th Century Colonial SocietyAn Anthropologist Among the Historians OUP, Delhi1987
Conlon, Frank F.Ethnicity in a Colonial Port City, Bombay: 1665-1830The Rise & Growth of the Colonial Port Cities of Asia, by Dilip K. Basu, Berkeley Centre for South & SE Asian Studies, Mono. 251985
Copeman, TessyA Scatter of MemoriesAnglo-Indian Social Club of British ColumbiaAug-96
Cotton, JulianKitty KirkpatrickCalcutta Review, 108:236-248April 1899
Cottrell, Ann BakerToday's Asian-Western Couples are Not Anglo-IndiansPhylon: Atlanta Univ. Review of Race & Culture, Vol XI,No.4Winter 1979
CoueslantThe Character of the TeacherCalcutta Review, Vol 30Jan-29
CoueslantCosts of Vocational TrainingCalcutta Review, Vol 31May-29
CoueslantCourses of Vocational InstructionCalcutta Review, Vol 31Apr-29
CoueslantExaminationsCalcutta Review, Vol 30Mar-29
CoueslantTechnical Education in EnglandCalcutta Review, Vol 28Aug-28
CoueslantWhom Should We Educate?Calcutta Review, Vol 29Nov-Dec
Cowasjee, S.The Memsahib at the Writing Table: Women Writers of the RajEncounter 75:53-561990
Cox, P.The People of West Indian Origin in IndiaWest Indian Welfare Society, Calcutta
Crabb, C.H.Malay's Eurasians - An OpinionD. Moore for Eastern Univ. Press, Singapore1960
Cressey, Paul FrederickThe Anglo-Indians: A Disorganized Marginal GroupSocial Forces, 14:P263-272Dec-35
Crizzle, CharlesAnglo-Indians in SportsOh! Calcutta - The Calcutta Intl. AI Reunion ´98 Pamph.
Crossette, BarbaraThe Gentlefolk of India´s Past, Still as English as They Can BeThe New York Times20-Jun-91
Cummings, D.In Memory of John (Obituary to John Jarvis)OMA Newsletter, 431994
Cummings, D.The Last Raid Part OneOMA Newsletter, 161990
Cummings, D.The Last Raid Part TwoOMA Newsletter, 171990
D'Cruz, L. W.The Education Code for European Schools in BengalCalcutta Review, 84: 381-391Jan 1887
D'Rozario, ErrolAddressing the ChallengesAAI News, Issue 41994
D'Rozario, ErrolThe Railway Institute Journal is the Mecca of Our Social LifeAAI News, Perth
D'Rozario, ErrolReunion III - Perth: A Community AchievementAnglo-Indian, Vol 5, No 8Aug-95
D'Rozario, ErrolA Dream Come True: Leander Paes, India's HeroAnglo-Indians in Touch, Vol. 22Nov-96
D'Silva, A.An Invitation to Dinner - The Keelor BrothersOMA Newsletter, 151990
D'Silva, A. & D. BurnabyChristmas in ChittagongAAI News
Da Cunha, J. GersonMadame Dupleix and the Marquise de FalaisseauJournal of the Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 18-370-4011890-1894
Daniels, Linda G.A Crisis of IdentityAnglo-Indians In Touch, 11:6-71988
Das, KabirReflections of a Contemporary MartinianOMA Newsletter, 50Mar-96
Datta-Ray, Sunada K.Where Good Anglo-Indians go to DieSydney Morning Herald28-Nov-83
David, SaulVictoria's Wars: The Rise Of Empire
The stories David tells are rich in such contemporary resonances. The offhand process by which Muslim-dominated Kashmir was gifted to a Hindu ruler had consequences that continue to this day, and he has unearthed another potent example of history repeating from 1861, when Lord Melbourne’s Whig government was accused of doctoring intelligence reports from Afghanistan to strengthen its case for intervention. As David notes, “a century and a half later, another British prime minister would face similar charges . . . this time in Iraq. The real reason for both wars, of course, was regime change”.

Of all the wars fought early in her reign, Queen Victoria seemed most exercised by the Indian Mutiny. She was particularly worried about the retribution that would be meted out to the rebels, hoping, with the sort of attitude that betrayed the times, “that our officers & men will show the difference between the Christian and Mussulman & Hindoo by sparing the old men, women & children”.
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Davies, Vincent & Michael StokesBritish Cemeteries off MonghyrBACSA, London 2003
de Cosson, A.F.C.The Early Days of the East Indian Railways: A Side Light On the MutinyBengal Past & Present 5:59-701910
de Mellow, IanMelville DeMellow: The Voice of IndiaOMA Newsletter, 57Dec-97
de Mellow, M.The Anglo-Indians, Petals on the GangaThe Illustrated Weekly of India19-Jul-70
de Mellow, M.Between Two WorldsThe Illustrated Weekly of IndiaJuly 2-8, 1989
de Montmorency, Sir G.The Anglo-Indian Community: An Indian ProblemUnited Empire, 30: 47-69Dec-39
de Roze, George WilsonArticle 16 (4) Needs A Closer LookAnglo Indian, 3Aug-97
Deefholts, MargaretThe Guardian AngelOMA Newsletter, 441995
Deefholts, MargaretImpressions: Word Paintings of Seasons - Canada and IndiaB.C.A.I. Association, CanadaJan-96
Deefholts, MargaretWho Are The Anglo-Indians?Margaret Deefholts WebsiteMay 2001
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Digby, WilliamThe East Indian ClubOriental Herald, 7:349-353Nov 1825
Digby, WilliamThe East Indian CommunityCalcutta Review, 11:73-90Nov 1825
Digby, WilliamEast Indian Education and the `Doveton Colleges'Calcutta Review, 24:288-330June 1855
Digby, WilliamThe Educational Establishments of Calcutta, Past & PresentCalcutta Review, 13:422-467Jan-June 1850
Digby, WilliamEurasians as Leaven in India and CeylonCalcutta Review, Vol 64, 127:180-2081877
Digby, WilliamThe Eurasians of CeylonCalcutta Review, Vol 63:172-2061876
Dobbin, ChristineThe Ilbert Bill: A Study of Anglo-Indian Opinion in India, 1883Historical Studies, 45:87-1021965
Dobson, G.Recollections of School Days at La Martiniere LucknowOMA Newsletter, 391994
Dougherty, Rex E.Fair go for Chocolate AustraliansAustralian9-May-72
Dunn, T.O.An Anglo-Indian RomanceCalcutta Review, 295:56-71Jan-19
Dutt, PurbaOf Crosscountry ConnectionsThe Hindustan Times23-Oct-96
D´Cruz, GlennRacial Science, Social Science and the Anglo-IndianIJAIS, Vol.2, No.11997
D´Cruz, L. M.Anglo-Indians in the RailwaysOh! Calcutta - The Calcutta Intl. AI Reunion ´98 Pamph.
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