113 The Blood Telegram

113 The Blood Telegram

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We had been also harboring, all of us have been harboring, Bengalis, principally Hindu Bengalis, who were making an attempt to ee mostly by taking refuge with our personal servants. I had a message from Washington saying that that they had heard we had been doing this and to knock it o . I informed them we have been doing it and would continue to do it. They had been simply poor, very lowclass people, largely Hindus, who were very much afraid that they would be killed solely because they had been Hindu. Meg Blood knew that her diplomatic residence was supposed to be resistant to the army.

Guaranteeing reciprocity of fishing rights and privileges. Reported on fishing in Long Island’s Great South Bay. Of the major reduction trade, and not revised for the 1874 edition. Family papers, has three chapters with fascinating particulars on the establishment and improvement of the menhaden fishery within the Chesapeake.

“You by no means actually knew who lived in your quarters,” he says. “I did nd out that there have been some relatives of a few of my servants who hid out. I wasn’t surprised when I did nd out.” The West Pakistanis, he says, had been already “angry on the local Americans, because their angle was completely apparent. Private residents which of the following countries borders uruguay, journalists, missionaries—pretty properly all of them had been sympathetic to the Bengalis.” Desaix Myers, a younger improvement o cer working for Gri el, was single then and had a four-bedroom house in a pleasant neighborhood. Haksar nervous that the humiliated Pakistani military would lash out in opposition to India.

“I have long been feeling a way of uneasiness about the intentions of Pakistan,” he wrote to Gandhi. The Awami League’s resounding victory made Pakistan’s internal problems “in nitely extra di cult. I even have a feeling that there are tons of weak spots in our defence capabilities.”35 India’s spies were similarly uneasy. The R&AW answered on to Gandhi’s o ce, and was run by yet one more Kashmiri Brahmin, R. N. Kao, who was wanting to burnish his agency’s popularity. It delivered a high secret alert to Gandhi’s government on the spectacular increase of Pakistan’s navy energy in recent years, and warned that Pakistan would possibly foment “violent agitation” and sabotage in Kashmir. The R&AW warned that there was a “quite real” danger that Pakistan, bolstered by Chinese help, would assault India.

Nixon stated that “the American press is similar as the Indian press, follows everything they say”; Kissinger mentioned that “the complete liberal community” is “emotionally against Yahya”; and Nixon stated that “we are fought by all the Democrats,” significantly Kennedy. While Nixon and Kissinger agreed that they had to rebut congressional and press criticism, they wanted to take action without saying something that may offend Yahya.24 That was uphill work. Harold Saunders, Kissinger’s senior aide for South Asia, pointed out that the administration was defending killing and the squelching of democracy.

Similarly, certainly one of Gandhi’s inner circle remembered that the prime minister’s secretariat, reading its stories from Dacca, thought that kind of settlement between Yahya and Mujib was in the works. He recalled that even the appointment of the brutal Lieutenant General Tikka Khan as governor of East Pakistan was seen as just for present.37 Haksar, nonetheless, quietly ready for the worst. “Our requirements are extraordinarily urgent,” he wrote, alarmed at Pakistan’s new o ensive capabilities.

Of much smaller algae, together with spectacularly diversified forms of onecelled crops, that permeate the higher ranges of the ocean’s threedimensional surroundings. The devastation wrought by this industrialized fishing. Elsewhere, the Indian males’ fishing and searching was an integral part of their economic system.

Complex relations between the roles of “industrious” and “recreational” fishing, between fishing for profits and fishing for pleasure. Nesting areas by the menhaden industrial fishing fleet. From 1912 through 1923, the factories were still processing more than a billion bunkers a year. Unrestrained fishing continued to decimate the menhaden inhabitants. And the flexibility to spawn a number of occasions annually, they were exceptionally nicely match to survive. Despite all of the carnage and other natural hazards, menhaden kept flourishing of their numerous trillions.