The United States of India (November 1924)
The November 1924 issue of the United States of India (Vol. 2, No. 5) published from the former Gadar headquarters on No. 5 Wood Street, San Francisco featured the following articles: "Rising Tide of Indian Revolt Draws World-Wide Interest" by Taraknath Das, "Learning Christianity from Gandhi" by Charles W.
The United States of India (January 1925)
The January 1925 issue of The United States of India (Vol. 2, No. 7) wishes its readers a "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year" on its cover. The issue opens with a joint statement issued by Gandhi and the Swaraj Party, resolving to unite the different factions advocating "Swaraj" as a result of the repression under the new Bengal.
The United States of India (February 1925)
The February 1925 issue of The United States of India (Vol. 2, No. 8) opened with a page titled "Inspiration to Patriots of India," featuring both an image and quote from George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. A manifesto titled "Advance India!" by Mahendra Pratap was specially written for the issue.
The United States of India (March 1925)
The March 1925 edition of the The United States of India (Vol. 2, No. 9) contains several essays including C.F. Andrews on "Lord Curzon on India," and a few exclusive pieces of writing by Mahendra Pratap (spelled alternatively as Mahindar and Mahandar): "America! Wake Up!
The United States of India (June 1925)
The June 1925 edition of the The United States of India (Vol. 2, No. 9) includes the following articles: "America's Interest in India's Independence," "How the Island of Cyprus Became a British Colony" (originally published in the Gaelic American), "India -- A Military and Naval Base for British Imperialism," "Memorandum on Opium" by C.F.
The United States of India (July 1925)
The July 1925 edition of the The United States of India (Vol. 3, No. 1) features the following articles: "Earl Winterton on Opium," "British Imperialism in Action," and "Miscarriages of Justice" by C.F. Andrews; "Action of Indian Police in China Condemned" (a letter from Rash Behari Bose); and, The Economical Condition and Status of British India" by D.V. Pandya.
Canada and India (March 1916)
The March 1916 edition of Canada and India: A Journal of Information and Conciliation (Vol. 2, No. 2) opens with several different poetic epigraphs by Edwin Arnold, Robert Bridges, and Bills Carman. The issue is broken into four sections, reporting on the activities of India, Canada, Britain, and Australia.
The Independent Hindustan (June 1921)
The July 1921 issue of The Independent Hindustan (Vol. 1, No. 10), the monthly organ of the Hindustan Gadar Party features several original editorials, reviews, and reprinted articles. As with previous issues, the editors include comparisons of colonialism in Ireland and India, and analyses of Gandhi.
India & Canada (April 1930)
The April 1930 edition of India & Canada, subtitled "A Journal of Interpretation and Information," includes items printed in both English and Punjabi. Short news items describe various visiting lecturers and conferences in Canada and India. Specific articles include "The First Canadian Sikh Aviator," "Is There a Canadian Loyalty To India?," and "Industrial Leaders of B.C.