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(S9.E15.) Unit 13 South Asia Since WWII

Unit 13 South Asia Since World War Two

The major countries studied in this unit were India and Pakistan. Formerly one nation, the peoples of these two countries share a common history and culture, but are divided by religion and feelings and life experiences of discrimination. The history forces that tore the two countries apart was examined and the history simulation of the creation of Pakistan from India illlustrated the mistakes that were made and different futures that could have been chosen, even staying united as one nation.

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