India's Freedom in American Courts
Published by the Friends of Freedom for India, "India's Freedom in American Courts" was a pamphlet that described court cases in which Indian anti-imperialists and other allies in the U.S. were put on trial for violating "neutrality laws," and threatened with deportation. The case involved Ghadar activists Sailendranath Ghose, Taraknath Das, Bhagwan Singh, as well as Agnes Smedley, Mr. and Mrs.
Young India (October 1920)
The October 1920 issue of Young India (Vol. 3, No. 10) opens with a quote from J.T. Sunderland on the "meaning of India's demand for self-determination," excerpted from his feature article in the issue.
Back to the Hangman (1919)
Booklet titled "Back to the Hangman" published by the Friends of Freedom for India (FFI) in 1919, with the intent of presenting "opinions of leading American journals on the deportation of Hindu political prisoners and refugees." Contains resolutions passed by FFI at the Central Opera House in New York City on April 10, 1919.
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.
India's Challenge to American Radicals
Pamphlet published by the Friends of Freedom for India titled India's Challenge to American Radicals. The content is an essay by Sailendranath Ghose, first published in Young Democracy (June 1, 1919).
The Free Hindusthan (November-December, 1908)
The November-December issue of The Free Hindusthan (Vol. 1, No. 8), created by Taraknath Das. The cover features two photographs under the title "Victims of British Rule." The contents contain various articles, editorials, and news items about British India.
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."