The Balance Sheet of British Rule in India
Broadside published by the Gadar party outlining eleven ways in which the British exploit colonial India. Penciled on the back of the broadside is a note which reads, "Dayton Morning Journal, Jan 25 1917 issue, contains 'A Lot of Bla' on 'India's Loyalty to England.'"
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.
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.
"The Call of the Martyrs"
Bulletin of the Hindustan Gadar Party Memorial Committee (Vol. 3, No. 10) dated August 1967, with a front page story on Bhagat Singh Thind.
The Free Hindusthan (April 1908)
The first issue of The Free Hindustan, described as "An Organ of Freedom, and of Political, Social and Religious Reform," published from Vancouver, British Columbia in April 1908. The issue begins with a report on a mass meeting held in Vancouver on March 22, in which "natives of Hindusthan" protested the unjust treatment of dominion and home governments.
"Home Rule in India"
Essay published in the June 1907 (Vol. 12, No. 6) in World Today by the Chicago-based writer Yotindra Bose on home rule in India, outlining the partition of Bengal, and the birth of the Swadeshi movement. Bose emphasizes the diversity of the movement, and quotes extensively from Dadabhoy Naoroji, the president of the 22nd Indian National Congress Conference in December 26, 1906.
The United States of India (July 1923)
The inaugural issue of The United States of India, dubbed "A Monthly Review of Political, Economic, Social and Intellectual Independence of India," was published in July 1923 from the Gadar Party headquarters in No. 5 Wood Street, San Francisco. The title "Pacific Coast Hindustani Association" was used in place for Gadar Party.
Young India (January 1918)
The inaugural issue of Young India, the official organ of the New-York based India Home Rule League of America (IHRLA) was published in January 1918. The IHRLA was founded by Lala Lajpat Rai, who resided in the United States from 1914-1919.
Young India (February 1918)
The February 1918 issue of Young India (Vol. 1, No. 2) begins with an editorial on the world war, and its potential effects on the cause for home rule in India.