Rare Newspaper Clips Around The World Published On Indian Independence Day

Rare Newspaper Clips Around The World Published On Indian Independence Day
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After a long and a bloody struggle, India achieved its independence on 15th August 1947. Every single Indian cheered as the Last Viceroy of India, Mountbatten left for his final parade. We capture the Reaction of International Newspapers clips worldwide. These Clips will give you chills if you're Indian. The Happiness of winning freedom, the grief of Partition, you will feel all of them. As we celebrate, 68th year of Independent India. We bring you the clips from News agencies worldwide. Share them with everyone. All these clips are very rare. 

India Independent: British Rule Ends.

India Independent: British Rule Ends.

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'Was Brightest Jewel in Crown' - Aug 14, 1947. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

'Was Brightest Jewel in Crown' - Aug 14, 1947. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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"Now that India is independent, the future of the diamond-studded imperial crown, left made especially for the durbar of King George V in India, is a problem for constitutional experts. India wants it back, along with other gifts presented to Britain."

Little Rancor in Britain as India gets Freedom.

Little Rancor in Britain as India gets Freedom.
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Published on August 24th, 1947, the Milwaukee Journal.

St. Petersburg Times

St. Petersburg Times
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Killings Mar birth of New States.

This image is very apt.

This image is very apt.
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Published on 15th August 1947 in Sydney Morning Herald.

Morning News

Morning News
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Sovereign Pakistan and India Born.

New York World- Telegram

New York World- Telegram
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At the Streak of Midnight last night the British Raj died and the new nations of India and Pakistan were born.

Windsor Daily Star,16th August 1947

Windsor Daily Star,16th August 1947
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Thuggery and Arson Subside Across India.

Chilling Image

Chilling Image
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Any Indian who has shifted after partition can understand this picture very well.

The Statesman.

The Statesman.
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Two Dominons are born.

The Times Of India

The Times Of India
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Nation wakes to new life- Birth Of India's Freedom.

Independence Day Special- Times of India.

Independence Day Special- Times of India.
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14th August 1947, Reading Eagle

14th August 1947, Reading Eagle
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'Complete India Freedom Rites'-

'Complete India Freedom Rites'-
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Painesville Telegraph - Aug 15, 1947

The Hindu

The Hindu
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Free India is Born. We all take the pledge to protect India forever.

The New York Times.

The New York Times.
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August 15,1947 The Evening Independent

August 15,1947 The Evening Independent
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Split India is Jubilant At freedom.

Experiment in Empire

Experiment in Empire
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The Sydney Morning Herald published on August 15, 1947.

British Troops leaving India, August 1947.

British Troops leaving India, August 1947.
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Last Viceroy of East India Company Mountbatten, addressing the contingent of British troops which left Bombay for England, said: “I have come down to Bombay today to say good-bye to the first contingent of the British Forces in India to leave India after the transfer of power. This is a very historic day; because with the departure of the British forces, the outward and visible sign of British rule in India disappears. And its place is taken by something very much more valuable —a really great friendship between the British and the Indians. I want to thank all the British forces for the part that they have played in establishing good relations in this country. Good luck to you; a pleasant trip home; and I hope you find everybody in good heart when you go back. Good-bye and good luck.”