3 edition of In haste from Tibet found in the catalog.
In haste from Tibet
by Hale in London
|Statement||[by] Rinchen Dakpa and B. A. Rooke.|
|Contributions||Rooke, Bettine Anne.|
|LC Classifications||DS786 .R55 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||174 p., 8 plates.|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||72195750|
This report of Tibetan love for the Chinese authorities, recounted in Isabel Hilton's informative new book on China's repression of Tibet, would seem to . To these, his enemies, the rumor about Prof. Sarat was a welcome one, which they lost no time in turning to account. In all haste they despatched men to Darjeeling, and ascertained that, in truth, Rai Sarat had smuggled himself into and out of Tibet, and that, as the fact was, he had done so at the request of the British Government of India.
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