Is Japan A Menace To Asia?
Booklet titled Is Japan a Menace To Asia? by Taraknath Das, with an introduction by Tong Shao-Yi the Ex-Premier of the Republic of China and an appendix by Iichiro Tokatomi. The booklet was published in Shangai in 1917.
Letter from Taraknath Das to Mr. & Mrs. Mahesh Chandra
Letter from Taraknath Das to Mr. and Mrs. Mahesh Chandra, dated November 26, 1939. In the letter, Das enclosed copies of an article written by him, reprinted for "wide circulation among influential Americans so that the question of Indian Freedom may be made an international issue."
The Kashmir Issue and the United Nations
A personalized copy of ‘The Kashmir Issue and the United Nations’, given to Miss Lila Chandra from G.R. Channon. The article is a reprinted copy from Political Science Quarterly, Vol.65, No.2, June 1950, written by Taraknath Das. The article summarizes the history of the conflict between India and Pakistan over Kashmir and how the conflict could develop into a serious threat to world peace.
"Hyderabad And The Indian Union"
Newspaper clipping of a letter titled "Hyderabad and the Indian Union", from Taraknath Das, published on the Washington Post editorial page, July 3, 1948. Das argues that the U.N. is an impartial body, and its support of Pakistan on the issue of Kashmir is a direct result of U.S. pressure to please the pan-Islamist bloc in order to ally with it against the Soviet Union.
Letter from Taraknath Das to G.J. Watumull
Letter from Taraknath Das to G.J. Watumull dated February 25, 1944. Das informs Watumull of a bill proposed by Senator William Langer to grant citizenship to Indians residing in the U.S. The bill, he writes, was introduced on December 15, 1943, but Das did not learn of it until February 1944, when Senator Langer sent him a copy of the proposed bill directly.
Letter from Taraknath Das to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
Letter from Taraknath Das to Deputy Prime Minister Vallabhbhai Patel dated July 3, 1948. "We may claim on behalf of Indians in America to express our heartfelt gratitude to you and your associates for your firm and statesman-like stand against balkanisation of India specially for solution to problems of Indian states," he writes.
Letter from Taraknath Das to Godha Ram Channon
Letter from Taraknath Das to Godha Ram Channon dated July 22, 1948. Das asks Channon to distribute copies of a letter to the Times and to read a separate letter addressed to "Friends" to trusted groups. "Nizam’s agents in Washington and other places [are] working hard," he writes. "I have sent a letter to Washington Post in answer to one of those letters.
Letter from Taraknath Das
Letter from Taraknath Das dated July 22, 1948. Das urges the Indian community in the U.S. to counteract the messages being spread amongst the American public by representatives of the Indian government in the U.S., who were pressured by the U.S.’ pro-Pakistan stance to support Partition.