How Was the British Hero Winston Churchill Responsible for the Bengal Famine?

A deep peek into the Bengal Famine of 1943, Which Killed Millions

Bengal Famine | Image Source: The Logical Indian

Winston S. Churchill is remembered for two main reasons. The brighter reason is he being a hero during World War II and leading Britain to victory.

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