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Do you agree that the partition of India was caused mainly by the
impact of WW2?

Support ­ mainly by war Against ­ Other factors
1) BRITAIN'S POST-WAR CIRCUMSTANCES: 4) LONG TERM DIVISIONS:
Britain is economically and militarily Curzon's 1905 partition of Bengal, Hindus
exhausted; therefore partition is a reject…

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Therefore in this way, Britain highlighted
divisions and divided them further, thus
gradually causing later partition as a long
term cause.



In essence, history provides evidence to suggest that partition was inevitable; the impact of World
War Two was not mainly the cause of partition, but did play a limited…

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