Revolutionaries and the British Raj

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Atlantic Publishers & Distri, 1988 - Anti-imperialist movements - 150 pages
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The Role Played By Revolutionaries In The Freedom Struggle Is A Romantic Saga In The Annals Of Our Country. The PatriČOtic Zeal Indeed Was Proverbial As They Came Out Of Their Educational Institutions At A Very Young Age. The Cult Of Violence Against The Raj Was In Operation For A Number Of Years And In These Efforts The Young Patriots Succeeded Well In Their Mission.The Aim Of Life To Them Was A Sacred Duty Towards Their Country. They Did Not Like Constitutional Methods To Be Used In The Course Of The Freedom Struggle. Their Methods, They Opined, Were Result-OrienČTed As They Did Not Wish To Go Slow In Their Methods. In Numerous The Youths Were Cut Off At The Prime Of Their Life. Indeed Their Sacrifices Were Supreme And The Role They Played Was Noble And Patriotic. The Raj Was At Its Nerves To See The Operations Of The Youths In The Second And Third Decades Of The Twentieth Century.
  

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Contents

Roots of Extremism
1
Revolutionary Upsurge
13
HI New Awakening
29
Simon Commission and Reaction
47
Final Verdict
66
British Repression
94
The Assessment
121
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