This book gives an unbiased account of the disturbences that led up to the notorious jallianwala bagh massacre in amritsar in 1919. It also covers events in the aftermath of the massacre and how the massacre was avenged by a Punjabi communist revolutionary when he shot dead, Sir Michael O'Dwyer, the former governor of Punjab who was believed to be responsible for the bloodbath in Amritsar.
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Used availability for Alfred Draper's The Amritsar Massacre
February 1986 : UK Paperback