Hunger and Holocaust: Three Trembling Famine of Colonial Bengal


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The bliss of colonial rule transformed a once prosperous Bengal into a state of pauperization. Recurrent Famine became a unique characteristic under the good governance of British rule. From 1765 to 1947 the country had witnessed numerous famines which perished more than 60 million Indians. among these Bengal witnessed three deadly famines which perished around 17 million people. Who was responsible for this destitution? Who was to blame? It was not an act of God, it was Imperial Holocaust or British Colonial Holocaust.

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