Subhas Chandra Bose

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Subhas Chandra Bose
Birthday
BirthplaceCuttack, Bengal Presidency, British India
NationalityIndia
Education Fitzwilliam College Scottish Church College Presidency College
Known for Prominent Figure of Indian independence movement

Bose, Subhas Chandra

 

Born Jan. 23, 1897, in Cuttack, Orissa; died Aug. 18, 1945, in Taiwan. Figure of the Indian national liberation movement.

In 1924–25, Bose was a member of the Swarajist Party. In 1928, together with J. Nehru, he was the leader of the “left” in the Indian National Congress. In 1939 he founded the petit bourgeois party of the Forward bloc. Believing that any opponent of England was an ally in the Indian national struggle, Bose sought aid in Germany and Japan. In 1941 he fled to Germany, and in 1942 in Japanese-occupied Burma he became the leader of the so-called Free India government; from Indian prisoners of war he created the Indian National Army, which fought against England on the side of Japan. Bose perished in an airplane crash.

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There was great interaction between scholars like Okakura Tenshin and Rabindranath Tagore, and later between Rash Behari Bose and Netaji Subhas Bose and the Japanese politicians of those times.
In fact Bose's admirers believe the Congress Party will never allow the truth about their hero to be known because it is the party of the Nehru family and Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964) and Subhas Bose were bitter rivals.
Director of Intelligence Bureau in India] mentioned the receipt from various places in India of information that Subhas Bose was alive in Russia.
110) It was during this time that the editor of Jayashree, with the full approval of Subhas Bose, proposed that a women's forum called 'Congress Mahila Sangha' be formed, which would draw together all the women political workers of Bengal irrespective of their party affiliations.
Some readers of this newspaper also make it u as when they write in angrily that I am a oself-hating Bengalio, in response to a column where I might have written in less-than-adulatory terms of Sourav Ganguly or Subhas Bose or about bhadralok culture in general.
The reason, it turned out, was that Carl had once gone to listen to Subhas Bose speak and had conversed with him afterwards.
Even the Mahatma conceded the spell Subhas Bose had cast on the people of India.
Silver became a spy by accident when, in the winter of 1940, his party bosses asked him to help Subhas Bose escape from India via Afghanistan.
The world at large, perhaps more than the Nazis themselves, should be interested to know that large sums of Nazi money had been paid to further the grandiose schemes of Subhas Bose, which turned out to be nothing more than paper schemes drafted by Indian communists with their tongues in their cheeks who saw an easy way to make money.
He praises Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das, Netaji Subhas Bose and Rabindranath Tagore for trying to reach out to the Muslim community and bridging the divide.
During the 1930s Subhas Bose had been one of the most important leaders of the Indian National Congress, his influence exceeded only by Gandhi's and perhaps Nehru's.