Notes on the accused, ca. 1918
This document contains synopses of the activities of members of the Ghadr Party, an Indian independence party based in San Francisco. The document was prepared by the U. S. Attorney in San Francisco for the trial of these individuals. The document illustrates the global nature of the operations and the interactions of Indian nationals, German officials, and U. S. citizens.
Excerpt and translation of Bhagwan Singh's Diary
Photocopy of a translation of Bhagwan Singh Gyanee's diary, from January 1-9, 1917. The details of this diary discuss the activities of the Ghadar party, with particular attention to Ram Chandra (editor of the Ghadar), Ram Singh, Sebgal, Vaishno Das Bagai, Santokh Singh, Godha Ram, Amar Singh, Harish Chandra.
Letter from Bhagwan Singh Gyanee to Jagjit Singh
Letter from Bhagwan Singh Gyanee to Jagjit Singh, dated June 18, 1956. Gyanee remarks on Singh's book Gadar Party Laher, praising its research and also offering various corrections. Gyanee details the factions within the party, the antagonism between Gadar Party and the Gurdwara Party of Stockton, and disagrees with Singh's evaluation of the German influence on the Gadar movement.
Martyrs' Day Commemoration
Advertisement for "Martyrs' Day Commemoration" held on November 21, 1998 and presented by the Gadar Memorial Steering Committee and Consulate General of India. The program included an homage to Gadar member Bud Dillon, a poetry reading, and lecture by journalist P. Sainath.
Hindustan Revolution Right Here
Newspaper clipping of article "Hindustan Revolution Right Here" from the February 21, 1917 issue of the San Francisco Examiner. The article describes the ousting of Hindustan Gadar editor Ram Chandra from the Gadar party.