China Enters the Kashmir Dispute Ca. 1965Unknown - 1965
When British colonial rule in India and Pakistan ended in 1947, the territories of Jammu and Kashmir were hotly disputed between the two newly independent countries. In 1962, China entered the war, prompting the United Nations (UN) to issue Security Resolution 211, which called for a ceasefire, and to establish the United Nations India-Pakistan Observation Mission (UNIPOM) in 1965. Millions of people fled the conflict.
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Copyright Date: ©1965
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