Letters To Emilie Schenkl 1934-1942

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Orient Blackswan, 2004 - Nationalists - 230 pages
Not Many People Known About Bose`S Love For Emile Schenkl, His Austrian Wife. The Volume Includes 162 Letters Written Between 1934 And 1942 An Alos 18 Letters Of His Wife That Have Survived. Illuminate The Human And Emotional Aspects Of His Life.
 

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This is an Indian true love & sacrifice to his motherland.

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Thanks to the publisher of this Book, who has given us an invaluable Treasure of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. He was a true n only Patriot of Our Motherland India among all the members of Congress Party. He was the most deserving Candidate to rule India,No one can replace him ever... We Salute Him for his continuous Effort n the Pain he had gone through in struggle to free India.
WE LOVE HIM, OUR COUNTRY N ALL PEOPLE OF OUR COUNTRY LOVE HIM FOREVER.........
 

Contents

Preface
xiii
Editors Introduction
xiv
22
xv
To Emilie Schenkl 30 11 34
xxi
To Emilie Schenkl 13 1 36
xxi
To Emilie Schenkl 15 1 36
xxi
To Emilie Schenkl 17 1 36
17
To Emilie Schenkl 19 1 36
19
37
122
To Emilie Schenkl 24 1 36
179
To Emilie Schenkl 24 5 38
189
To Emilie Schenkl 8 6 38
191
To Emilie Schenk 8 7 38
194
To Emilie Schenkl 14 7 38
195
To Emilie Schenkl 3 9 38
197
To Emilie Schenkl 13 10 38
199

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42
To Emilie Schenkl 20 1
43
17
54
36
58
22
60
29
71
To Emilie Schenkl 6 12 38
203
To Emilie Schenkl 26 12 38
205
To Emilie Schenkl 19 4 39
209
To Emilie Schenkl 14 5 39
211
To Emilie Schenkl 3 4 41
217
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