British Rule In India
Pamphlet containing a reprint of "British Rule in India," an indictment of British colonial regine written by William Jennings Bryan, who served as U.S. Secretary of State from 1913-1915. Published by the Yugantar Ashram in San Francisco.
The Methods of the Indian Police in the 20th Century
Pamphlet dated November 1915 containing a reprint of "The Methods of the Indian Police in the 20th Century" by Frederick Mackarness, an ex-member of Parliament. In the preface, the editor writes, "His arraignment of British Rule contained herein, must be taken to mean that the worthiest spokesmen of the British nation confess that British rule in India has been an infamous failure."
British Terror in India
Pamphlet published in 1920 and written by Surendra Karr which attempts to record the "red months of India passed through in 1919" and expose "the naked truth of British character in exercising unlicensed criminalities." Includes three images: the first, two childern imprisoned for "waging war against Britain," the second, a British soldier whipping a "Sikh student-shoulder," and the third, two In
India Against Britain
Pamphlet dated November 1, 1916 that collects various editorials by Ram Chandra, editor of the Gadar newspaper, in which he responded in U.S.
America's Message To India
The first issue of The New Orient: A Journal of Interpretation, edited by Basanta Koomar Roy, issued on July 14, 1923. The page features a reprint of the U.S. Declaration of Independence from British Rule under the title "America's Message to India."
The India Liberator (October 1917)
The October 1917 issue of The India Liberator (Vol. 1, No. 2), published from Berkeley, California and edited by Ishwar Chandra. The issue features a cover article on Annie Besant, her imprisonment and subsequent release by the colonial Indian government.
The Appeal of India to the President of the United States
Booklet titled The Appeal of India to the President of the United States, published by the Gadar Party. The booklet contains letters to U.S. President Woodrow Wilson, and makes several analogies between U.S. history and the cause for Indian independence.
The India Liberator (September 1917)
The inaugural issue of The India Liberator (Vol. 1, No. 1), edited by Ishwar Chandra and published in September 1917 from Berkeley, California. The issue contains reports on Indian nationalist leader Bal Gangadhar Tilak and several polemical articles on the British rule of India.
Hindustan Revolution Right Here
Newspaper clipping of article "Hindustan Revolution Right Here" from the February 21, 1917 issue of the San Francisco Examiner. The article describes the ousting of Hindustan Gadar editor Ram Chandra from the Gadar party.
Britain Asked Dayal's Arrest
Clipping of a newspaper report titled "Britain Asked Dayal's Arrest," from the March 28, 1917 edition of the San Francisco Bulletin.