Books by Subhas Chandra Bose (Author of The Indian Struggle, 1920-1942 (Netaji )
Subhas Chandra Bose Biography
The film will release on October 2 as per schedule. The political thriller, directed by Amlan Kusum Ghosh, is expected to hit the theatres on January 23 next year. There are many loopholes and unexplained things associated with the mystery surrounding the death of freedom fighter Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Starring Prosenjit Chatterjee in the titular role, the film has already been dragged in several controversies. From day one Srijit has made it clear, his film only shows three theories discussed in the Mukherjee Commission.
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose had visited London during pre-independence period to discuss the future of India, with the members of the Labor party. His sudden disappearance from Taiwan, led to surfacing of various theories, unfortunately none of which were investigated thoroughly by successive governments; leaving people in the dark about one of the most beloved leaders India has ever produced. He, later became a member of the Bengal Legislative Council. Subhash Chandra Bose was a very intelligent and sincere student but never had much interest in sports. He passed his B. He also adored Vivekananda as his spiritual Guru.
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He was a contemporary of Mohandas K. Gandhi , at times an ally and at other times an adversary. Bose was known in particular for his militant approach to independence and for his push for socialist policies. A participant of the noncooperation movement and a leader of the Indian National Congress , he was part of the more militant wing and known for his advocacy of socialist policies. He passed the civil service examination but resigned his candidacy and returned to India after hearing of nationalist turmoils there. While in exile in the s, Bose raised a liberation army in East Asia with Japanese aid and influence. Subhas Chandra Bose reportedly died in a Japanese hospital in Taiwan from burn injuries on August 18, , as a result of a plane crash while fleeing Southeast Asia , days after World War II ended with the surrender of Japan which had been supporting Bose and his liberation army.
Bose had been a leader of the younger, radical, wing of the Indian National Congress in the late s and s, rising to become Congress President in and Bose arrived in Germany in April , where the leadership offered unexpected, if sometimes ambivalent, sympathy for the cause of India's independence, contrasting starkly with its attitudes towards other colonised peoples and ethnic communities. The Japanese had come to support a number of puppet and provisional governments in the captured regions, such as those in Burma , the Philippines and Manchukuo. However, Bose was regarded by the Japanese as being militarily unskilled,  [n] and his military effort was short-lived. In late and early the British Indian Army first halted and then devastatingly reversed the Japanese attack on India. Almost half the Japanese forces and fully half the participating INA contingent were killed.