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Blood Bath Subhas Chander Bose

Description This volume is compilation of carefully selected speeches of Netaji Subash Chandra Bose to the soldiers of his self-created army the Indian National Army and his countrymen. Together, these speeches make a clarion call to his countrymen for total mobilization of men and materials against British forces taking part in the second world war. These speeches reveal his patriotic zeal, policy, programme and masterly analysis of international situation. His language and diction is fiery, provocative, inspiring thought provoking and contagious. It is charged and powerful enough to move millions of people to put their life at stake for a cause. However, the title given is too provocative and disturbing and somewhat at odds with the content and spirit of Netaji's speeches[edit]
Keywords INA, Rani ki Jhansi Regiment, Burma, Japan, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Azad Hind, Kaumi TArana, Total War, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001354
Author Unknown
Year 1996
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Jayasree Prakashan
Custodian Jaswinder Singh Nagpur
Length 21.5
Breadth 13.5
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         104
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