Nasta, Susheila; Stadtler, Florian and Visram, Rozina
Asians in Britain, 1858-1950.
The British Library.
The establishment of the East India Company in 1600 began a complex relationship between Britain and India that would mark major shifts in the culture and history of both nations. This trading relationship, combined with Britain’s long imperial rule in India, led to far reaching changes and a steady migration of Asians from all walks of life to Britain. These webpages trace the long history of Asians in Britain, focusing on the period 1858-1950. They explore the subject through contemporary accounts, posters, pamphlets, diaries, newspapers, political reports and illustrations, all evidence of the diverse and rich contributions Asians have made to British life.
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|Beyond the Frame: Indian-British Connections||AH/J003247/1||AHRC (Arts & Humanities Research Council)|
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