Brothers against the Raj: a biography of Indian nationalists Sarat and Subhas Chandra Bose

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Columbia University Press, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 807 pages
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User Review  - protikche - LibraryThing

An in-depth study of a freedom fighter’s life, who arguably, paved the way for India’s freedom even though the credit is taken by Gandhi and Co, a fact that is becoming even more evident from archives ... Read full review

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User Review  - Karthik Kashyap - Goodreads

What a Book..... Fantastic narration of the brother's life. The book throws light on the insight view of Boses. The best part was 'The Conclusion' which was described being a neutral. Thanks for the work Gordon Read full review

Contents

In Search of an Indian Hero
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The Boses of Kodalia Cuttack and Calcutta
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Good Boy and MischiefMaker
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