MacMillan, Margaret
Anglo-Indians and the Civilizing Mission
Contributions to South Asian Studies 2:73-109

MacMillan, Margaret
Women Of The Raj
Thames & Hudson Inc. New York

The ‘Domiciled Community’ in India. Its Romance and its Problems
Anglo-Indian Citizen,Vol.7

Macrae, John
Calcutta, The Disabilities of the Domiciled
Colonial Homes Magazine

Macrae, John
The Problem for Charity Among the Anglo-Indian Community
Calcutta Review, 271:84-94

Macrae, John
Social Conditions in Calcutta
Calcutta Review, 271:351-371

Madge, E. W. & Dhar, K. N.
Old Calcutta: Its Schoolmasters (New Series)
Calcutta Review, 1:338-350

Madge, E.W.
Baptisms in Calcutta 1767-1777
Bengal Past and Present, 25(2):131-155 26(1-2):142-168

Madge, Elliot Walter
When Generals Married Begums
The Statesman Calcutta

Mahalanobis, P. C.
Analysis of Race-Mixture in Bengal (New Series)
Journal & Proceedings of the Asiatic Soc. of Bengal, 23:301-333

Mahalanobis, P. C.
Anthropological Observations on the Anglo-Indians of Calcutta, Part 1. Analysis of Male Stature
Records of the Indian Museum, 23:1-96

Maher, Reginald
Anglo-Indian Family Hockey Team Wins Competition
AAI News, Issue 4, 10-11

Maher, Reginald
Dudley Francis
AAI News, pg. 6
Summer 93-94

Maher, Reginald
George Wilson De Roze (Obituary)
AAI News, Issue 10
Autumn 96

Maher, Reginald
The Indianization of Hockey Down Under
Sept 25-Oct 28, 1975

Maher, Reginald
Opportunity for Unity
Oh! Calcutta – The Calcutta Intl. AI Reunion ´98 Pamph.

Maher, Reginald
What’s in a Name?
OMA Newsletter, Issue 47
Aug-Sept 1995

Mains, A.A.
The Auxiliary Force (India)
Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, Vol. LXI, No. 247
Autumn 1983

Mains, A.A.
The Anglo Indian Community’s Services in World War II Before During and After
OMA Newsletter, Perth Issue 53

Mains, Lt. Col.Tony
The AI India
OMA Newsletter

Majendle, Paul
Cliff Richards is a Brand New Avtar
Anglo-Indian, Calcutta Vol. 6, No. 5

Malelu, S.J.
The Anglo-Indians: A Problem in Marginality
Ohio State University

Malleson, Col. G. B.
Foreign Adventurers in India
Calcutta Review, 65:1-50

Malu, M.
Ethnic Science
Independent, p. 17

Mannsaker, Frances M.
East and West: Anglo-Indian Racial Attitudes as Reflected in Popular Fiction, 1890-1914
Victorian Studies, Vol. 24, No. 1: 33-51
Autm 1980

Martin, George
The Influence of Racial Attitudes on British Policy Towards India During the First World War
Journal of Imperial & Commonwealth History 14:91-113

Mason, Phillip
A Meditation on the Life of Colonel James Skinner, Citizen of Delhi
Delhi Through the Ages: Selected Essays in Urban History, Culture & Society by R.E. Fryenburg OUP, Delhi

McDonald, Hamish
Class Action (About La Martiniere Lucknow)
The Australian Financial Review Magazine

McGann, M.
Broke But Their Future is Bright
The Sunday Times

McGilvary, Dennis B.
Dutch Burghers and Portuguese Mechanics: Eurasian Ethnicity in Sri Lanka
Comparative Studies in Society & History, 24:235-263

McMenamin, Dorothy
Identifying Domiciled Europeans in Colonial India: Poor Whites or Privileged Community?
New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. III, No. 1 – pp.106-127
June 2001

McMenamin, Dorothy
Anglo-Indian Experiences during Partition and Its Impact upon Their Lives
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June 2006

Mendez, T.
New Earner Takes Off
The West Australian

Middleton, S.
Lest We Forget (About Anglo-Indians)
OMA Newsletter, 52

Middleton, S.
Lest We Forget (About Olive Anthony)
AAI News, Issue 3
Winter 1994

Middleton, S.
Sydney Anson Middleton
OMA Newsletter, 13

Middleton, S.
My thoughts on Reunion III
AAI News, Issue 7
Winter 1995

Mills, Megan
The Anglo-Indians – a Christian Community of India
IJAIS Vol.3, No.2

Mills, Megan
Some Comments on the Stereotypes of the Anglo-Indians Part I
IJAIS Vol.1, No.1

Mills, Megan
Some Comments on the Stereotypes of the Anglo-Indians Part II
IJAIS Vol.1, No.2

Mills, Megan
Burma 1942 And The Anglo-Indian & Anglo-Burmese Community

Ming, H.
Barracks-Concubinage in the Indies: 1887-1920
Indonesia, 35

Montague, C.J.
Henry Louis Vivian Derozio
Oriental Magazine, I:10
Oct 1843

Moody, T.
Maha Gives Croweaters Curry (About Cricketer Mark Lavender)
The Sunday Times

The Eurasian Future
Indian Annals of Medical Science, Vol. 32
Jan 1874

Moore, Gloria
A Brief History of the Anglo-Indians
The Encyclopedia of the Australian People

Moreno, H. W. B.
Anglo-Indians and the Housing Problems

Moreno, H. W. B.
Anglo-Indian Women of the Past
Bengal Past and Present, 39, 53-58
Jan-June 1930

Moreno, H. W. B.
The Armenians in Bengal
Calcutta Review, New Series, 1:430-436

Moreno, H. W. B.
Mortality of East Indians
Calcutta Review, 31:85-111
July-Dec 1858

Moreno, H. W. B.
Mr. Anthony’s Presidential Address
The Anglo-Indian Review, 57:39
Nov-Dec 1966

Moreno, H. W. B.
Some Anglo-Indian Terms and Origins
Proceedings of the Indian Historical Records Commission 5:76-82

Moreno, H. W. B.
Ethnology of the Eurasian or Anglo-Indians
MsR:4, pp. 47-67
Apr-June 1930

Moreno, H. W. B.
Status of Women in the Anglo-Indian (Eurasian) Community
MsR:4, pp. 38-45
July-Sep 1929

Morris, D.
Martiniere Memories
OMA Newsletter, 24

Morrisby, Edwin
The Anglo-Indians – Sad Relics of the Raj
Unpackaged Tours, Taplinger, NY

Murari, T.
Bastards of the Raj
The Guardian, UK, 10

Murray, James
Our National Phobia of Being Submerged

Nagle, B.
The Alma Mater Revisited
OMA Newsletter, 9

Naidis, Mark
British Attitudes Towards the Anglo-Indians
South Atlantic Quarterly, No.3, 62:407-422
Summer 1963

Naik, M.K.
A Life of Fragments: The Fate of Identity in Midnight’s Children
Literary Review

Nanporia, N J
Passion For Things ´Phoren´
The Deccan Herald

Narayan, Hemendra
The Poll Bandwagon Has Skipped This Forgotten Homeland
The Sunday Statesman

On the Teaching of Languages in European Schools
Calcutta Review

Practical Problems of English Public School Life in India
Calcutta Review

Norman, Neil
Perfectly Pukka in Piccadilly (About the Skinners)
The London Evening Standard

Nugent, Helen M.
The Communal Award: The Process of Decision Making
South Asia (Australia), Vol. 2-2

Nundy, A.
The Eurasian Problem in India
The Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly Review and Oriental and Colonial Record 9, Nos. 17 and 18, pp. 56-73
Jan-April 1900

Nundy, A.
Petition of the East Indians to the House of Commons
The Oriental Herald, 23:261-271
Nov 1829

Nundy, A.
Petition of the Indo-Britons of Calcutta
The Asiatic Journal, 28:471-474
July-Dec 1829

Olivier, Lord
Anglo-Indians and Their Communal Claims
Contemporary Review, 127:423-31

Oman, J.C.
The Education of Eurasian & Europeans domiciled in Agra

Onial, Devyani
The Express Magazine, India

Open University
Race and British Society.
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Oral History Association
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Vol. 9

O´Regan, David
The Anglo-Indians, David O´Regan Remembers Britain´s Forgotten Grandchildren
The Salisbury Review
Spring 1999

The Anglo-Indian Question
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Palling, S.B.
The Indian Robe Trick

Palling, S.B.
Innocent Bystander (About the Gardners)
Tatler, Vol. 286, No. 2, 124

Park, Robert E.
Human Migration and the Marginal Man
The American Journal of Sociology, 33:881-893

Pash, B.
Once a BA – Now a Clerk
The Sunday Times

Paul, S.
Frank Anthony is Speaking Frankly

Pearse, Col. Hugh
An Anglo-Indian Worthy
Blackwood’s Magazine, 125:706-719

Penn-Anthony, CN
Anglo-Indians in the Public Services
Oh! Calcutta – The Calcutta Intl. AI Reunion ´98 Pamph.

Pereira, Cheryl
Reunion Thoughts
Anglo-Indians in Touch

Peters, E.
A Synopsis of Anglo-Indian Culture
Anglo-Indians in Touch, Vol. XXII

Peters, Glen
Mrs. D´Silva´s Detective Instincts & The Shaitan of Calcutta

BOOK REVIEW: Mrs. D´Silva´s Detective Instincts & The Shaitan Of Calcutta A super enjoyable read. Filled with nostalgia for those Anglo-Indian’s who loved to travel on trains, manually drawn rickshaws, and over-burdened trams. Reminiscent of “old Calcutta”. The author, Glen Peters is an Anglo-Indian, born in Allahabad and immigrated to the United Kingdom in the 1960’s. He spent his childhood in a Railway colony close to Calcutta. His recollections of the places, sights, sounds and smells bring the City to life in the telling of this story.

Joan D´Silva is a young widow, she has a 10 year-old son Errol, and is the main provider for her small family. Joan lives in Calcutta, and teaches at Don Bosco´s Catholic school. The story begins with an enjoyable picnic at the shrine of Our Lady by the Hooghly near Bandle. Many of us will happily recall our Anglo-Indian picnics – rowdy, social, the singalongs, and of course the delicious food. This is the background for the horrific find made by Errol. It is the body of a young woman lying by the river bank.

The victim is identified as Agnes Lal a former pupil at Don Bosco´s. She was married to Xavier Lal, a much older very unpleasant individual. The marriage had been arranged by the Nuns at Don Bosco’s, who were ignorant to the fact that Lal was homosexual. Agnes’s 2 devoted and concerned friends Philomena Thomas and Anil Sen ask Joan to help find out what happened to their friend. In the interim however, Thomas James, GKW´s factory manager is murdered during a riot and the police arrest Anil Sen and extract a signed confession from him to the crime. Joan and Philip, her close friend get involved in the investigation, while Dutta, (the culprit behind the name “shaitan”,) encourages his followers to create havoc in Calcutta. Dutta is the self-proclaimed leader of the Workers´ Revolutionary Movement.

Glen Peters spins an artful tale. Enjoyment on every page, as you read about the social gatherings, the many delectable foods, the servants interchanging pleasantries with their employers. Close your eyes and your are “there”. Do not be fooled, however, because below the surface the “real Calcutta” breaks through. Overpowering with murder, thievery, prostitution, police brutality and the unending, horrendous poverty all assail the senses. The great divide of the Indian class system becomes too great for the reader to comprehend at times.

Memorable individuals portraying their intelligence, and weaknesses. I loved the “believableness” in the characters. And, if you have forgotten your Anglo-Indian words, there is a glossary at the back.

There are some terrific recipes on the front and back covers of the book. I must admit I tried the mouth-watering Lucknow Biryani. Mrs. D’Silva is certainly a memorable character and I personally hope that Glen Peters will continue with her in books to come. This is an India I recall from my childhood and it was wonderful to return there.
Lynette (Lynne) Rebeiro

Parthian Books
Cardigan, Wales, UK

Petters, Malcolm
Meeting Mother Theresa
OMA Newsletter, 57

Pollen, John
The Indian Student in England
Asiatic Quarterly Review, 3rd Series, Vol. 27

Pollen, John
The Recent Indian Reforms
Asiatic Quarterly Review, 3rd Series, Vol. 48

Poonen, T. I.
Dutch Beginnings in India Proper (1580-1615)
Bulletin of the Dept. of Indian History & Archaeology, No. 2

Poonen, T. I.
The Portuguese in North India
Calcutta Review, 5:243-292

Poonen, T. I.
Presidential Address of Mr. Frank Anthony
The Anglo-Indian Review, 53:3-16
Nov-Dec 1961

Prentice, W.R.
The Lower Orphanage School, Calcutta
East Indies Telegraph, No. 6

Pritam, N.
Anglo-Indians in Touch, Vol. XX

Scott Nollen
Boris Karloff: “A Gentleman´s Life”
Autobiography of Boris Karloff