British Inquisition in India
A pamphlet published by the Friends of Freedom for India featuring Ghadar activist Surendra Karr's essay "British Inquisition in India" (originally published in the June 28, 1919 issue of the Nation).
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.
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).
World Significance of Mahatma Gandhi
Pamphlet published by the Friends of Freedom for India titled World Significance of Mahatma Gandhi. The content is an essay by John Haynes Holmes, Minister of the Community Church of New York City, first published in Unity (April 6, 1922).
The Labor Revolt In India
Booklet titled The Labor Revolt in India by Basanta Koomar Roy, published by the Friends of Freedom for India in 1920.
The Failure of British Rule in India
Pamphlet published by the Friends of Freedom for India titled The Failure of British Rule in India. The pamphlet contains a printing of a speech given by U.S. Senator Joseph I. France delivered in the Senate on October 14, 1919.