Subhash Chandra Bose

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Jaico Publishing House, 2007 - 240 pages
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Hugh Toye s study of Subhash Chandra Bose is valuable on three counts: as a history of a little known facet of World War II, as a study in Anglo-Indian relations over a vital period, and as a study of the new kind of leaders in Asia. The story of Bose s life is of absorbing interest, and the author makes him live in all his idealism, fiery nationalism, political astuteness and overriding arrogance. But more important are its implications, which must make the reader seriously rethink the role of European-Asian relations and, in rethinking, arrive at a better understanding of what is happening now and what may happen.

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I read this book first time some twenty years ago and read it again and again since than. It is one of the most objective and independent assessment of this great leader. Strongly recommended every Indian who wants to know more about Netaji.

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THE EXILES The origins of the Indian Inde
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subhash babu The early life of Subhash
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jai hind The Independence Movement
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