First Indian martyr executed in Pentonveille [sic] Prison, London, on 17th August 1909: the story and trial of Madan Lal Dhingra, an aristocratic rebel, for the assassination of Lieut. Col. Sir W.H. Curzon Wyllie, political aid-de-camp to Lord Crew, the then Secretary of State for India
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