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A Few Facts About British Rule in India

Pamphlet dated July 1915 announcing its purpose in the opening page: "Why does India hate the British? The answer follows." The pamphlet contains a list of "facts concerning the effect of British rule in India" culled from the writings of British officials, and various other sources. Among the British officials included are C.A. Elliott, W.W. Hunter, William Digby, George Hamilton, Montgomery Martin, Herbert Compton, Adam Brooks, Alfred Webb, Archibald R. Colquhoun, Lord Salisbury, C.J. O'Donnell. Other quotes are attributed to G.K. Gokhale (described as the "Leader of the Loyalists"), Swami Abhedananda, and J.T. Sunderland.

Freedom Movement

Date: July 1915
Type: Text
Publisher: Hindustan-Gadar Office

Collection: Gadar Party
Item History: 2011-06-01 (created); 2013-06-07 (modified)

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