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In 1880, French writer Jules Verne published The Steam House, inspired by the landscapes and culture of northern India, a country he had never seen, which also portrayed the harsh realities of British colonialism. The novel narrates the duel between a fictional British colonel, Edward Munro, and real life rebel fighter, Nana Sahib.

Duration :

14 min

Available :

From 14/05/2021 to 05/05/2023

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Documentaries and Reportage

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