The Sign of the Tiger: Subhas Chandra Bose and His Indian Legion in Germany, 1941-45

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Rupa & Company, 2001 - East Indians - 206 pages
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Subhas Chandra Bose is among the most controversial figures of the Indian freedom struggle. 'The Sign Of The Tiger' unfolds those days of his political career, mostly unknown to Indians-when Netaji recruited Indian prisoners of war to form the Indian Legion under the aegis of the German army and describes how they fought valiantly against the British in the Second World War. Written from a German perspective, the book focusses more on Bose's political vision than on his magnetic personality. A refreshing and enlightening read, specially to all those interested in the mysteries of Indian freedom struggle and Bose's lesser known exploits.

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