The Crisis In India
Published in 1942, The Crisis in India contains two essays first published in New York-based Fellowship: the first by Haridas Mazumdar, detailing Gandhi's political strategies during World War II; the second by Gandhi's secretary Mahadev Desai.
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 Non-Violent Army of Satyagraha
Essay by Haridas Mazumdar on Satyagraha, non-violence, and resistance to conscription. Mazumdar writes, "100,000 young men between the ages of 21 and 35 can bring about a profound non-violent revolution in the United States of America and, indeed, in the whole world."
India League of America Suggested Reading List
Suggested reading list collated by the India League of America. Included on the list are writings by H.H. Brailsford, R. Palme Dutte, Louis Fischer, Kumar Goshal, Lin Yutang, Jawaharlal Nehru, among others.
Advance Summaries of Addresses Delivered at India Independence Day Dinner
A document from the India League of America excerpting speeches being given during the India Independence Dinner hosted in honor of Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit on January 26, 1945 in New York City. The document excerpts speeches by Pandit, Pearl S. Buck, Lin Yutang, Elsa Maxwell, Francis J. McConnell, and Sirdar J.J. Singh.
Request for Support for Famine Relief Activities
Letter dated February 25, 1946 from President of the India League of America J.J. Singh and Richard J. Walsh, Chairman of the Executive Committee. The letter discusses the formation of a Famine Emergency Committee in response to famine in Bengal, and requests donations.