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1 Subhas Chandra Bose; Edited By Sisir K. Bose and Sugata Bose
Azad Hind: Writings and Speeches 1941-1943
Permanent Black; Delhi, India; 2007; 8178242044 / 9788178242040; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
Printed pages: 216 with 10 black and white illustrations. 025795

Price: 6.75 USD
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2 Subhas Chandra Bose; Edited By Sisir K. Bose and Sugata Bose
Chalo Delhi: Writings and Speeches: 1943-1945
Permanent Black; Delhi, India; 2008; 8178242273 / 9788178242279; First Paperback Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed pages: 470. 016713

Price: 7.95 USD
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3 Subhas Chandra Bose; Edited By Sisir K. Bose and Sugata Bose
Congress President: Speeches, Articles, Statements and Letters, January 1938-May 1939: Volume 9
Permanent Black; New Delhi, India; 2004; 817824103X / 9788178241036; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
In 1938 Subhas Chandra Bose reached the peak of his political life, when he was elected President of the Indian National Congress. Leading the forces of anti-coloniaIism and socialism, he was re-elected in 1939, having defeated Gandhi's nominee in a bitterly contested election. However, in the face of vehement opposition from the right wing of the Congress and Gandhi, he resigned. This volume brings together Bose's letters, writings and speeches from January 1938 until just after his resignation in April 1939. It includes the famous Haripura Address of February 1938. Other pieces deal with socialism, national planning, science, Hindu–Muslim relations, the role of women, and European politics. Among the 120 letters here are sets of correspondence with Gandhi, Tagore, Jinnah and Nehru. Printed Pages: 280. 031655

Price: 6.50 USD
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4 Subhas Chandra Bose; Edited By Sisir K. Bose
In Burmese Prisons: Correspondence, May 1923-July 1926
Permanent Black; New Delhi, India; 2009; 8178242508 / 9788178242507; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
Prison letters, despite being subjected to the scrutiny of government censors, often supply some of the deepest insights into the mind of a revolutionary. Subhas Chandra Bose’s letters from Mandalay certainly underscore the truth of the poetic assertion: “Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage.” They make this volume one of the most moving in the 12-volume set of Netaji’s Collected Works. Subhas Chandra Bose’s exile in Burmese prisons from 1924 to 1927 witnessed the transformation of a lieutenant to a leader. During the non-cooperation movement and its aftermath he had wholeheartedly accepted Deshbandhu Chitta Ranjan Das as his political mentor. The apprenticeship was cut short by Deshbandhu’s death in June 1925. When Subhas received this terrible news as a prisoner in Mandalay, he felt “desolate with a sense of bereavement”, as he wrote to his friend Dilip Kumar Roy. Netaji’s letters cover a very wide array of topics— art, music, literature, nature, education, folk culture, civic affairs, criminology, spirituality, and, of course, politics. He bore the rigours of prison life with a combination of stoicism and humour. This volume is indispennsable to an understanding of India’s most major revolutionary leader and will interest all historians of modern India. Printed Pages: 384. 033412

Price: 8.50 USD
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5 Subhas Chandra Bose; Edited By Sisir K. Bose and Sugata Bose
The Alternative Leadership: Speeches, Articles, Statements and Letters, 1939-1941: Volume 10
Permanent Black; New Delhi, India; 2004; 8178241048 / 9788178241043; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
Between his resignation as Congress President in Calcutta on 29 April 1939 and his escape from his Elgin Road home on the night of 16-17 January 1941, Subbas Chandra Bose provided India with an alternative leadership in place of the old guard represented by the Gandhian High Command. His altemative was based on a commitment to anti-imperialism and future socialism. This volume brings together the writings and speeches of a crucial phase in Bose's political life immediately prior to his emergence as the Netaji of lndia's army of liberation. The themes dealt with here include the role of the left within the Indian independence movement, the Second World War as a conflict between rival imperialisms, and the need for Hindu–Muslim unity and Congress–Muslim League understanding. Printed Pages: 240. 031654

Price: 5.95 USD
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