Chatto, the Life and Times of an Indian Anti-imperialist in Europe
Chatto is an evocative account of the astounding career and politics of Virendranath Chattopadhyaya, an heroic revolutionary leader. Based on meticulous research, it brings to light his propaganda against the British in India in the foreign press and his political activities in Europe, and provides a stunning new perspective to the revolutionary nationalist activities in India.
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The Radical Nationalist in the Making 190214
The Enemy of Our Enemy is Our Friend 1914
Attempts at Revolutionizing India 191517
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