Jinnah: Creator of Pakistan was the official biography of the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah. It proved popular, and from the year of its first publication in 1954, it was printed many times. For a full thirty years it was the only internationally acknowledged work on Mohammad Ali Jinnah. In this book, Bolitho has collected anecdotes and assessments from a large number of Jinnahs colleagues and acquaintances and has strung them together very skilfully upon an outline of the domestic events of Jinnahs life and of the great political events in which he played so dominant a part.
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"Failure is a word unknown to me, Muhammad Ali Jinnah."About the Author :
Henry Hector Bolitho was born in 1897, in Auckland, New Zealand. From 1915 he worked as a reporter for a New Zealand newspaper for seven years before leaving for England where he published his first novel. Before the Second World War he travelled throughout Europe, Africa, North America and Australia. During the war, from 1939-1945, he served as a squadron leader with the RAF and was the editor of the RAF journal. After the war, from 1947-49, Bolitho conducted lecture tours in the United States of America. Bolitho wrote widely on historical subjects, most notably on the royal family, in Albert the Good and the Victorian Reign (1932), The Reign of Queen Victoria (1948), and Albert, Prince Consort (1964). One of his early novels, Judith Silver, won critical acclaim in 1929. Henry Bolitho died in England on 12 September 1974.
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