Netaji: Rediscovered

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AuthorHouse, Jan 19, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 500 pages
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A book written exclusively on Subhas Chandra Bose - his family, education, political life, and his struggle for Indian freedom. Readers will find it interesting to know his adventurous submarine journey from Germany to South East Asia which is unparallel in the World history. The facts of establishing the Provisional Azad Hind Government recognised by nine sovereign states of the world and also the formation of Indian National Army by him to fight against the British is no less interesting. His mysterious disappearance and the fake story of his death in an air crash still remain unanswered. The Government of India tried thrice in 1956, 1970 and in 1999 to solve the Netaji's mysterious disappearance by setting up committees or commissions but the mystery remains. This is something unique in World history. Shah Nawaz Committee (1956) and Khosla Commission (1970) set up by the Government of India reported that Netaji died in an air crash in Taihoku, Taipei, on August 18, 1945. But Justice Mukherjee Commission (1999) opined that there was no such air crash at all. The chapter 'Unforgettable Past' has added special importance to the book. It is a chronology of events in Netaji's life and activities.

 

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Contents

Aims
1
First Visit
14
The Secret Expedition
31
Independence on a Platter
46
Truth or Fiction
60
Ashes or Coverup in Ashes?
74
Trial or Farce
87
Unpardonable Crimes
91
The Great Betrayal
174
Give the Devil His Due
187
Nobody Dared to Contradict
205
Not Once But Three Times
253
APPENDIX A
385
APPENDIX D
398
APPENDIX E
415
Index
443

Mahajati Sadan and Netajis Bunker
122
Unity in Diversity
158

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