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A page from "Halfway to Freedom: a Report on the New India

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"Refugees," a photo by Margaret Bourke-White

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Bourke-White wrote that the migration was "a massive exercise in human misery"

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Partition-Someone saved a page from the Manchester Guardian in a scrapbook

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Partition-The caravan has gone

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Partition-A photo from the archives of the Chicago Sun-Times, 1947

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A photo from the archives of the Chicago Sun-Times, 1947

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Partition-A photo from the archives of the Chicago Sun-Times, 1947

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A news bureau photograph of Kashmiri refugees who had been driven from their homes by the turmoil of 1947

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Partition-A news bureau photograph of Kashmiri refugees 1947

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Partition-The Maharani of Kashmir gives charitable help to Kashmiri refugees in Delhi, 1948

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Emergency trains crowded with desperate refugees

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A small ten-year-old child in one of Calcutta's main streets two/thirds beaten to death sitting upright after the mobs had passed him by on August 18th"-- a news bureau photo of the communal Calcutta Riots of 1946;

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More victims of the Calcutta riots of 1946, in a news bureau photo

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Communal trouble also erupts in Ahmedabad, between Muslims and Jains;

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The dead, after the communal riots in Delhi during Partition; a photograph by Margaret Bourke-Whit

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Clearing the bodies of riot victims from a city street; a photo by Bourke-White

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Mass cremation of the dead, as hastily as possible (Bourke-White)

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Lord Mountbatten visits Punjabi riot scenes, in a news photo, 1947

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