London: Information Service of India, no date, 1955 or 56. 30p., coated paperstock throughout with a number of b&w photographs in the text. Staplebound 9.5x6.5 inch decorated matte wraps; slight crimping and dust to covers, ink-tics to table of contents and a neat ink emendation to cover map, a very good copy.
"The independence of India has rendered Portuguese colonial rule in Goa an anachronism;" p.29. Photos show police pushing people around, and a devotional march some of whose member marchers would soon be dead from police bullets, as well as local-color type photos. One chapter is entitled "No Threat to Christianity"