Subhas Chandra Bose: The Man and His Times
Lancer Publishers, 2005 - 269 من الصفحات
Millions of Indians, while agreeing that Mahatma Gandhi represented all that is noble in the country's spirit and soul, would insist that it is Subhas Chandra Bose who was India's man of the 20th century. Millions, irrespective of their religion, caste, language and regional affiliations, were captivated, entranced and fascinated by Bose. He received from his followers an unabashed hero-worship as a kind of unifying national symbol; an embodiment of the secular modern aspirations of the nation. The author has studied and researched over fifty books, documents and the social events occurring in India and during the course of World War ll which left their impact on Bose's character and activities.
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Entry into Politics
Bose Goes to Europe for Medical Treatment
Bose Escapes to Germany
Japan Sweeps Through South East Asia
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