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LARRY COLLINS

 
LARRY COLLINS (1929-2005) served in the US army during 1943-45. After World War II, he worked as a journalist for the United Press International, and subsequently for Newsweek. He switched to writing books in 1964, and collaborated with Dominique Lapierre to produce epoch-making books, many of which were also converted into films. His solo works include Maze: A Novel, Black Eagles, Le Jour Du Miracle: D-Day Paris and Tomorrow Belongs to Us.
Collins died of cerebral hemorrhage at the age of 76.
List of Books written by LARRY COLLINS

 

IS PARIS BURNING?

Vikas Publishing

 

  • 9789325986008
  • 532 pages
  • Paperback
  • Rs.525.00
  • 2015

 

 

Exclusively Distributed by Times Group Books

Is Paris Burning? This was the question addressed by Adolf Hitler to his generals on 25 August 1944. Hitler had ordered systematic and complete destruction of Paris.
How Paris miraculously escaped Hitler’s death-sentence is told in bone-chilling detail in this ...

 

MOUNTBATTEN AND THE PARTITION OF INDIA

Vikas Publishing

 

  • 9789325986015
  • 292 pages
  • Paperback
  • Rs.350.00
  • 2015

 

 

Exclusively Distributed by Times Group Books

Partition of India and the transfer of power in 1947 constitute the most momentous period of modern Indian history. Equally fascinating to the historian and the common man, the Partition left many unanswered questions—Why did it become imminent? Who did it benefit? Could it ...

 

Freedom at Midnight

Vikas Publishing

 

  • 9788125931867
  • 836 pages
  • Paperback
  • Rs.545.00

 

 

The significance of the new edition lies in engaging the minds of two generations ‘born’ into a free country, to enable them to empathetically understand the aspirations and goals that united our leaders then towards the common cause of freedom. The significance lies in invoking the re-awakening of the Indian spirit. Surely it is time for the ...

 

O Jerusalem!, 1/e

Vikas Publishing

 

  • 9788125925927
  • 800 pages
  • Paperback
  • Rs.510.00

 

First published in 1978, this 2008 edition brings to the limelight again the turmoil of May 1948, when the British left Palestine, and blood and fire engulfed Jerusalem. The Israeli-Arab conflict had begun and continues to hound the world today, impacting other nations and worldwide politics.

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