Gandhi, Soldier of Nonviolence: His Effect on India and the World Today
Grosset & Dunlap, 1969 - 194 pages
Traces Gandhi's early years and tells how he helped India gain it independence from Britain by uniting his countrymen behind his now celebrated doctrine of peaceful, nonviolent resistance.
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As the Means So the End
India Under British Rule
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