Gandhi: Pan-Islamism, Imperialism, and Nationalism in India

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Oxford University Press, 2002 - History - 438 pages
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In this book Nanda analyzes Gandhi's aims and methods during the period 1915-1925, his emergence as the dominant figure on the Indian political stage, his confrontation with the British, and the immediate and long-term consequences of the Congress-Khilafat alliance in the non-cooperation movement.

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B. R. Nanda is at Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi.

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