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Sandesara, Utpal, 1986-
No one had a tongue to speak : the untold story of one of history's deadliest floods / Utpal Sandesara & Tom Wooten
Alternate Title Untold story of one of history's deadliest floods
Amherst, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, c2011
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 3rd Floor  HV610 1979.M67 S26 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Floods -- India -- Morvi
Floods -- India -- Machchhu River
Disaster relief -- India -- Morvi
Disaster victims -- India -- Morvi -- Interviews
Flood damage -- India -- Morvi
Dam failures -- India -- Morvi
Physical Description xxxii, 411 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 319-391) and index
Contents Foreword by Dr. Paul Farmer -- Prologue : "A Vaniyan of Morbi goes to the Machhu's waters" -- On the banks of the Machhu River -- "The government decides, and the government builds" -- "This monsoon descends" -- "Something out of the ordinary" -- "Not a single brick will survive" -- "Even the pests were dead" -- "They would work and cry, cry and work" -- "Everyone was a beggar" -- "But courage and strength remain" -- "Justice was not done" -- Epilogue : "Can any page of history be forgotten?"
Alternate Author Wooten, Tom, 1986-

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