The Maharajahs Box

The Maharajahs Box In July 1997, The Swiss Bankers Association, Under International Pressure To Atone For Wartime Compliance With Hitler S Germany, Published A List Of Over 1700 Dormant Accounts, Untouched For Over 50 Years The Names Were Supposedly Those Of Jewish Victims Of The Holocaust, But Among Them Was An Indian Princess, Last Heard Of In 1942 Living In Penn, Bucks.

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  • Paperback
  • The Maharajahs Box
  • Christy Campbell
  • English
  • 14 February 2017
  • 0006530788

10 thoughts on “The Maharajahs Box

  1. says:

    This was a pretty exciting read I thought it was well written and engaging There were lots of jumps and a lot of information to keep track of, but I was never bored The reason this didn t get a higher rating, however, was because this was a book I had to read for one of my most recent ghostwriting projects As a source, it was pretty weak A lot of information was an...

  2. says:

    Why hasn t this been adapted for a movie yet, I don t know A fantastic real life story about the last King of the Sikhs, how the British Empire robbed him of his lands, subjects, kingdom and vast riches The British act all pomp and circumstance, but are just rich in thieving and broken treaties, so no change there then Expertly told as fact and with the storyteller s skill of fiction, great work by Christy here and made it relevant by linking the aged tale to modern day happenstance, of which Why hasn t this been adapted for a movie yet, I don t know A fantastic real life story about the last King of the Sikhs, how the British Empire robbed him of his...

  3. says:

    Detailed history of how the British Raj deposed the last Maharajah of the Punjab Interesting political history but gets bogged down in minutiae The politics of England, India, Russia and Germany give great insight to the turn of the century and late 1800...

  4. says:

    Didn t finish Got a couple of chapters in and got very sick of the jumping around of the narrative and the endless full footnotes It s a shame in the right hands I feel like this could have been great.

  5. says:

    I gave up on this about page 189 and I should have done it sooner This gets so complicated that you just cannot give a damn any.

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