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Indian National Congress and the struggle for freedom, 1885-1947 / Amales Tripathi ; translated from Bengali by Amitava Tripathi.

By: Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: New Delhi, India : Oxford University Press, 2014. Description: xxvi, 621 pages : 2 folded maps ; 22 cmISBN:
  • 9780198090557
  • 0198090552
Uniform titles:
  • Svādhīnatā saṃgrāme Bhāratera Jātīẏa Kaṃgresa. English
Subject(s): Genre/Form: DDC classification:
  • 954.03 23 TRI
Contents:
The First Phase (1885--1907): From the Founding of the Congress to the Extremist--Moderate Split -- The Second Phase (1907--1930): From the Morley-Minto Reforms to the Salt March -- The Third Phase (1930--1943): From the Round Table Conferences to the `Quit India' Movement -- The Fourth Phase (1943--1947): From Wavell to Mountbatten---The Road to Independence and Partition.
Summary: This volume presents an analytical history of India's struggle for freedom and the role played in it by the Indian National Congress. Drawing on statistical analysis and exhaustive research, it provides a comprehensive account of the Independence movement, encompassing events such as the extremist-moderate split in the Congress, Morley-Minto reforms, Round Table Conferences, the Quit India Movement, and the Partition.
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General Books General Books CUTN Central Library History & Geography Non-fiction 954.03 TRI (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 33128

First published in Bengali as Swadhinata Sangrame Bharater Jatiya Congress (1885-1947) in 1990.

The First Phase (1885--1907): From the Founding of the Congress to the Extremist--Moderate Split --
The Second Phase (1907--1930): From the Morley-Minto Reforms to the Salt March --
The Third Phase (1930--1943): From the Round Table Conferences to the `Quit India' Movement --
The Fourth Phase (1943--1947): From Wavell to Mountbatten---The Road to Independence and Partition.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 587-599) and index.

This volume presents an analytical history of India's struggle for freedom and the role played in it by the Indian National Congress. Drawing on statistical analysis and exhaustive research, it provides a comprehensive account of the Independence movement, encompassing events such as the extremist-moderate split in the Congress, Morley-Minto reforms, Round Table Conferences, the Quit India Movement, and the Partition.

Translated from the Bengali.

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