Pakistan Historical Society. Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society


Vol. 67, No. 4, October-December

Theorizing the Plural Society: Sir Fazl-I-Husain's Role in Colonial Punjab
IntroductionMian Sir Fazl -i-Husain (1876-1936), was a political figure of the Punjab who tried to create a plural society in the most communally divided society of India in general, and in the province of Punjab in particular. Contrary to this fact,...
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Vol. 67, No. 1/2, January-June

Dissenting Jinnah
IntroductionAmongst the great leaders of the world, Quaid-e-Azam, Mohammad Ali Jinnah stands out for many reasons. His abilities were unmatched and unique. He was a man of many traits. He was recognized and respected for his constitutional methods, brave...
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Vol. 66, No. 3/4, July-December

Yusufzais Resistance against the Mughuls in the Seventeenth Century
IntroductionThe Yusufzai Pukhtuns had produced leaders like Malik Suleman Shah, Malik Ahmad, Khan Kaju and Bahaku Khan, who were not only the leaders of the Yusufzais but of all the Khakhi tribes. They had a firm control over the areas where the Khakhi...
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Vol. 59, No. 2, 2011

Societal Change and French Revolution
The classical theory of equality, liberty and fraternity by Jean Jacques Rousseau was eventually put into operation by the audacity of Maximillian Robespierre. At the initial stages of French Revolution, a 'reign of terror' was let loose by Robespierre;...
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