South Asia

Publications and archival collections at Hoover document social, political, and economic changes in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Nepal, especially during World War II and the independence and partition of India.

Graham Dorsett Photograph Collection, Envelope H, Hoover Institution Archives

Graham C. Dorsett Photograph Collection

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Robert D. Lichty Papers

Photographer, US Air Transport Command, India, 1942 –44

Evelyn Trent Papers

US journalist and wife of M. N. Roy, founder of the Communist Party of India.

Terence White Collection

Photojournalist and author, A Taste for Hot Steel: Frontline Encounters of a Foreign Correspondent

Alex Inkeles Papers

US sociologist

Frank Farner Papers

Education adviser, World Bank, 1976–89

Bolshevik Leninist Party of India Bulletin

Central Committee materials, 1947

Dainika ittephāka

Newspaper published in Dhaka, Bangladesh

INDIAN SUBJECT COLLECTION

Miscellaneous materials


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Most of the items described in these guides are now available at the East Asia Library at Stanford University or Stanford Auxiliary Libraries (SAL 1 & 2). Please check Stanford's online libraries catalog for exact locations.

Duignan, Peter, ed. The Library of the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1985.

Palm, Charles, and Dale Reed. Guide to the Hoover Institution Archives. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1980.

Major General Ernest F. Easterbrook. Ernest Fred Easterbrook papers, Box 4, Fold

Ernest Easterbrook's World War II China-Burma-India Theater Diaries Available Online

Monday, October 3, 2011

Ernest Easterbrook began this account of his experiences in the China-Burma-India (CBI) Theater in 1944, when he became General Joseph W. Stilwell's executive assistant in Burma. Later, as commander of the 475th Infantry Regiment, he led it behind enemy lines to clear northern Burma and reopen the Burma Road.

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"MERRILL'S MARAUDERS: GENERAL STILWELL'S INFANTRY FIGHTING WORLD WAR II IN BURMA, 1944"

Thursday, September 24, 1998
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The exhibit will showcase information regarding General Stilwell's infantry fighting in Burma, in 1944

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