Feroze The Forgotten Gandhi

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Roli Books Private Limited, Nov 29, 2016 - Biography & Autobiography - 320 pages
Bertil Falk (b. 1933) is a highly respected Swedish newspaper and TV journalist, who spent more than ten years of his life in India, England and the United States. His love for writing started with a short science fiction story, published when he was 12, he then did a few radio programmes when he was 15 and got a mystery novel published when he was 20. Since then he has worked for different newspapers, primarily Kvällsposten (The Evening Post) and from the years 1987–1989 he was in the newsroom of the Swedish TV3 in London. After retirement he has written about 35 books (fiction and non-fiction) and besides translating many mystery writers into Swedish he also translated and edited into English two anthologies of short stories by Swedish mystery writers. He was the editor of the cultural magazine DAST for a few years and contributed until recently for fiction as well as non-fiction to the internet-zine Bewildering Stories. He also filmed and produced video documentaries in Africa. For the past ten years, until recently, he produced community radio programmes for Trelleborg Sjöormen Rotary Club, where he is a member.


My Quest for Feroze Bhai
Controversies and Feroze Gandhis Origins
Boyhood in Allahabad
The Rebel Finds a Cause
Eventful Days in Allahabad
From Boy to Veteran
A WellKnown Local Congress Worker
The Bumpy Road to Europe
Rae Bareli
Romantic Interlude
Changing with the Times
Maiden Speech and Giant Killer
the Scene of the Mundhra Case
A Guardian of Freedom of the Press
Upheaval in Kerala
Minor Skirmishes

London Years
Triumph of Will
Before the Wedding
Quit India the Feroze
Last Time in Jail
A Journalist in Anand Bhawan
The Assassination
National Herald
Rae Bareli and Degree College
Other Sides of Feroze
Matters of the Heart
The Last Attack
The Last Rites
The Legacy of Feroze Bhai

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