The History and Culture of Pakistan Neil Kelly

The History and Culture of Pakistan by Nigal Smith

The History and Culture of Pakistan by Nigal Smith is written to meet the requirements of the Cambridge O Level syllabus 2059/1 as well as the specifications of the Cambridge IGCSE syllabus 0448/1. It is an in-depth study of a nation that emerged after years of struggle, survived in the face of many difficulties, and has achieved independence.

The History and Culture of Pakistan by Nigal Smith
The History and Culture of Pakistan by Nigal Smith

The country of Pakistan has faced persistent threats from beyond its boundaries and severe political divisions inside its borders since its independence and partition in 1947. A fascinating history of a significant and complicated nation, this book will appeal to students of history.

There is also a wealth of thought-provoking source material, as well as several instances of exam-style questions. Many of the characters in the novel play roles that are both challenging and encouraging. According to the author, we must learn to live with the past, and it is ideal if we do it with knowledge.

What’s New in The History and Culture of Pakistan

  1. A new and intelligent approach to the study of history
  2. The clarity in the description of complicated events is essential.
  3. Key Questions are asked at the beginning of each section to draw attention to its aims and major issues.
  4. Themes to Remember are located at the end of each section and serve to summarise the important points while also assisting in the reinforcement of learning and knowledge.
  5. Students will benefit from the ‘important dates’ segment, which ensures that they comprehend the sequence of events.
  6. Notes in the margins that offer definitions and fascinating extra information
  7. The presence of a significant number of exam-style questions, as well as additional chances for research and further study
  8. Layout and presentation that is visually appealing and student-friendly
  9. Color images, maps, and diagrams that are relevant to the content are included.
  10. The book is simple to utilize for revision reasons as well.
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