In Andamans, the Indian Bastille
Presents An Account Of Andamans Jail - Of Bejoy Kumar Sinha Who Was Convicted In The Lahore Conspiracy Case - He Was In Jail For 9 Years - And Released On Medical Grounds. 12 Chapters. Rebound Copy. Inscribed Of The First End Page.
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