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Title:
Netaji Subhas Bose, the great revolutionary
Author:
Veṅkaṭēśvararāvu, Ādirāju.
Physical Description:
624 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Foreword -- 11 -- 1. Simmerings of Discontent 1757-1857 -- 2. Nascent Nationalism -- 3. Two decades of militant patriotism -- 4. Embryonic Stage -- 5. Massacre In Jalianwala Bagh 1919 -- 6. Bose's resignation from ICS -- entry into politics 1921 -- 7. Second phase of militancy 1925 -- 1930 -- 8. Resolve for complete independence -- 1927 -- 9. Dissent against the Mahatma -- 10. Fellow travellers in Hazardous path -- 11. Incarceration and exile of Subhas to Europe -- 12. Canvassing for the cause; Cupid strikes -- 13. Return of the Prodigal-acceptance of crown -- 14. Crossing swords with the Titan -- 15. Love and hate relations between Bose and Jawaharlal -- 16. The World War Two and AICC's Vassilation -- 17. The Neophyte -- 18. Fervent plea to the Mahatma -- 19. The great escape from India -- 20. Universal surprise of the Vanishing trick -- 21. Trauma of uncertainty -- 22. Guide Bhagat Ram's disclosures on escape plan -- 23. In transit -- Berlin 1941-42 -- 24. Roman holiday with a mission -- 25. Dictates to dictator -- 26. Free India born in Berlin -- 27. South East Asian imbroglio -- 10 Netaji Subhas Bose ythe great revolutionary -- 28. Co-operating among East Asian countries -- 29. Subhas flays Sir Stafford Crips's proposals -- 30. Historic meeting of Subhas with Hitler -- 31. Quit India Movement 'Do or Die' call by Mahatma -- 32. INA Chief's differences with JapanesArmy -- 33. Preparations for Netaji's shift to East 1943 -- 34. Perilous voyage of Subhas by Submarine -- 35. Tactical compromises of Rash Behari Bose -- 36. Premier Tojo promises all help to Netaji -- 37. Leadership of movement passed on to Netaji -- 38. Period of hectic activity and consolidation -- 39. Azad Hind Provisional Government setup -- 40. Liberation of Indian Territories by the INA -- 41. Differences with Japanese coordinators -- 42. Awe-inspiring sacrifices by INA -- 43. Tactical suspension of War and reorganisation of forces -- 44. Bilateral agreement with new regime in Japan -- 45. Strategic Repositioning, -- 46. Visit to war front for on the spot assessment -- 47. Forced march from Rangoon to Bangkok -- 48. Vanquished but glorious -- 49. Bitter opposition to the partition of India -- 50. The last journey of 18 August to unknown destination -- 51. Why British cabinet discussed the trial of Bose in October? -- 52. Evidence of "Eyewitness" lead to more doubts. -- 53. Red Fort trail of INA Generals -- 54. Rehabilitation of privileged few: The INA after the war -- 55. Continued controversy on the aircrash -- 56. Appointment of Judicial (Khosla) Commission -- 57. Memorials to INA and Netaji demanded -- 58. Did Netaji Subhas die in a concentration camp? -- Postscript: Professor Anita Bose's views -- 504 -- Acknowledgments -- 511 -- Appendices -- 519.
ISBN:
9788190016599
Format :
Book