The Independent Hindustan (July 1921)
The July 1921 issue of The Independent Hindustan (Vol. 1, No. 11), the official organ of the Hindustan Gadar Party features several original editorials. Once again, the editors publish a piece that conveys Indian-Irish solidarity. The issue also features an article by N.S. Hardiker, a leader of Lajpat Rai's India Home Rule League in New York.
The Appeal of India to the President of the United States
Booklet titled The Appeal of India to the President of the United States, published by the Gadar Party. The booklet contains letters to U.S. President Woodrow Wilson, and makes several analogies between U.S. history and the cause for Indian independence.
India in Revolt
Gadar Party publication titled India in Revolt by Ed Gammons, which includes several reports on the Gadar Party and events pertaining to the Indian freedom movement. Includes headlines like "Gadar Party Honors President De Valera," . The last page includes a report on the deportation cases against Taraknath Das, Gopal Singh, Bhagwan Singh, D.K. Sarkar, Santokh Singh, and S.N.
India's Voice At Last
Booklet titled India's Voice At Last: India's reply to British Propangandists and Christian Missionaries by Rev. James L. Gordon. The booklet appears to be published by and affiliated with the Hindustan Gadar Party. The final page includes an advertisement for The United States of India.
To the friends of India
Publication entitled "To the Friends of India," released in 1919 by the Hindustan Ghadar Party to protest the U.S. government's detainment and planned deportation of Gopal Singh, Taraknath Das, Bhagwan Singh, and Santokh Singh. Also includes a list of imprisoned freedom fighters in India and a photo of Gopal Singh.