Eamon de Valera, "India and Ireland" (1920)
Published by the New York-based Friends of Freedom for India, India and Ireland (1920) by Eamon De Valera, the leader of the revolutionary Irish Republic, is a pamphlet that provides a comparison between India and Ireland's colonization by the British.
Young India (November 1920)
The November 1920 issue of Young India (Vol. 3, No. 11) devotes most of its pages to the special session of the Indian National Congress, held in Calcutta that September. The issue contains an overview of the Calcutta Congress and its resolutions, and also quotes from speeches by Lajpat Rai, Gandhi, B. Chakravarthi.
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 (April 1925)
The April 1925 edition of the The United States of India (Vol. 2, No. 9) opens with "News and Notes" items on the death of Sun Yat Sen, "Hindu-Moslem Unity," and Anarchists of India. As with the previous issue, Mahendra Pratap, who had been visiting San Francisco, contributes heavily to the issue.
The United States of India (May 1925)
The April 1925 edition of the The United States of India (Vol. 2, No. 9) includes contributions from Mahendra Pratap, in an essay titled "Present Civilization and Its Place in the History of Our World," "A Letter to the New York World, and a "Letter to Mahatma Gandhi." In two of these pieces, Pratap signs off as "M.
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.
John D. Barry, "Sidelights on India" (1912)
A 1912 pamphlet of John D. Barry's Sidelights on India, contains several of the author's pieces originally published in the San Francisco-based Bulletin. Har Dayal contributes the preface addressed to his "countrymen," while thanking Bulletin publishers R.A. Crothers and Iremont Older, as well as the author John D. Barry.
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.