Azad Hind: Writings and Speeches, 1941-1943

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Netaji Research Bureau, 2002 - India - 204 pages
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On The Right Of 16-17 January 1941, Subhas Chandra Bose Secretly Left His Elgin Road Home In Calcutta And Was Driven By His Nephew, Sisir, In A Car Up To Gomoh Railway Junction In Bihar. Before His Departure He Wrote A Few Post-Dated Letters To Be Mailed On His Return To Calcutta In Order To Give The British The False Impression That He Was Still At Home. This Volume Opens With One Such Letter And Is Indispensable For All Intrested In Modern South Asian History And Politics, As Well As Nationalism And International Relations In The Twentieth Century.

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