The political memoirs of an Indian revolutionary
Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 357 pages
Naina Singh Dhoot (1904-1989) Played A Pioneer Role In The Communist Movement Of The Indian Subcontinent. He Grew Up In The Chenab Canal Colony, Joined The Ghadar Party In Argentina And Studied Marxism In Moscow. Returning To India In 1936, Nsd Established A Night School At Callcutta For Teaching Marxism. He Revived The Muzara Movement In The Nili Bar And Suffered Police Torture In The Lahore Fort. He Guided Major Strikes Of Industrial Workers In Jamshedpur, Amritsar And Okara.
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The Onward March
From the Split to the Emergency
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