The Indian struggle, 1920-1942

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Oxford University Press, Jun 1, 1997 - History - 418 pages
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This volume narrates the political upheavals of the inter-war period, further enriched by Netaji's reflections on the key themes of Indian history and a finely etched assessment of Mahatma Gandhi's role in it

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Sisir Kumar Bose (1920-2000) founded the Netaji Research Bureau in 1957 and was its guiding spirit until his death in 2000. A participant in the Indian freedom struggle, he was imprisoned by the British in the Lahore Fort, Red Fort and Lyallpur Jail. In the post-independence period he played a key role in preserving the best traditions of the anti-colonial movement and making possible the writing of its history. He wrote and edited biographies, memoirs, monographs and research papers on Netaji's

Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) is India's most famous poet. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Krishna Bose is an eminent Indian writer, educationist and parliamentarian. Sugata Bose is Gardiner Professor of History at Harvard University.