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ON THE SALT MARCH by Thomas Weber

ON THE SALT MARCH by Thomas Weber

This book provides the definitive account of the most celebrated campaign of history's most important nonviolent campaigner. Gandhi's 1930 Salt March to the seaside village of Dandi, and the following Civil Disobedience of the British Empire, are among the most significant events in contemporary Indian political history, yet precious little has been written about the actual March itself. The published texts generally confine themselves to a few paragraphs reporting that on 12 March Gandhi and...
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The Forgotten Army by Peter Ward Fay

The Forgotten Army by Peter Ward Fay

The last days of the Raj bring to mind Gandhi's nonviolence and Nehru's diplomacy. These associations obscure another reality: that an army of Indian men and women tried to throw the British off the subcontinent. Now The Forgotten Army brings to life for the first time the story of how Subhas Chandra Bose, a charismatic Bengali, attempted to liberate India with an army of former British Indian soldiers - the Indian National Army (INA). The story begins with the British Indian Army fighting a...
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