Jinnah papers prelude to Pakistan – 2 vol. set in 3 (Vol. 1 in 2 parts) Forty-five years after independence, a plethora of myths and misconceptions have enveloped the life and career of Jinnah. The Jinnah Papers reveal the “real” Jinnah while providing invaluable information on events and issues in the crucial phase of Pakistan’s emergence, providing a primary source for research and information. The first volume of the Jinnah Papers covers the period February 20 to June 2, 1947 and is in two parts: Part I contains 718 documents and is supplemented by 14 Appendices in Part II. The documents in the Jinnah Papers have not been published before and constitute a primary source of information on a number of important issues.