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The Independent Hindustan (March 1921)
The March 1921 issue of The Independent Hindustan (Vol. 1, No. 7), the monthly organ of the Hindustan Gadar Party, features several original editorials, reviews, and reprinted articles. Notably, the issue comments on the South Asian diaspora, with news reports on Indians in East Africa and Fiji. A full listing of the contents of the issue follows:
• “How British labor and Ourselves”
• “Unleashed Dyer”
• “Indo-Russian Entente Cordiale”
• “British Inquisition against the Independent Hindustan”
• “The Village Republics by Surendra Karr"
• “Blood-Thirsty Dyer by Wilson J. de Alwis"
• “British-Made Princes by Nani Lal Gupta"
• “The Pulse of the Press"
• “Notes and News"
Date: March 1921
Source: The Independent Hindustan
Contributor: Surendra Karr, Wilson J. de Alwis, Nani Lal Gupta
Publisher: Hindustan Gadar Party
Location: 5 Wood Street, San Francisco, CA
Item History: 2012-08-06 (created); 2013-05-03 (modified)
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