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Philip Mason (19 March 1906 – 25 January 1999) was an English civil servant and author. He is best known for his two-volume book on the British Raj, The Men Who Ruled India (written under the pseudonym 'Philip Woodruff', the latter being his mother's maiden name), and his study of the Indian Army, A Matter of Honour (1974).Ferdinand Mount, The Tears of the Rajas (2016) p. 76 and p. 568

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by Woodruff, Philip, 1913-
Kent Town, S. Aust. : Peacock Publications, 1984
 
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