Tapan Ghosh Gandhi Murder Trial

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Gandhi Murder Trial

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Ghosh, Tapan
Published by Asia Pub. House (1974)
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Ghosh, Tapan
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Book Description Asia Publishing House, London, 1973. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Red boards, gilt spine lettering tape ghosts on covers, top edges faded, light rubbing at heel else little wear, library stamps/pocket remains fep/p. 25/bottom page edges, corners sharp, binding tight, contents clean. DJ unclipped, has spine labels, library laminated hence little wear. viii + 336 pp. VG/G. Ex-Library. Seller Inventory # 004239

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Ghosh (Tapan)
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Book Description Asia Publishing House, 1973. Hardcover / Hardback. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First edition. Hardback. After decades of suffering, sacrifice and bloodshed, when Independence came, it proved disastrous. India was in turmoil. Those who considered India's solidarity sacrosanct were in an irascible mood. And when the one man who could restrain that frenzy was himself assassinated, all seemed lost. The staggering atrocity was followed by an investigation of unparalleled magnitude. For 3 months the police of four Provinces toiled relentlessly to work out the intricate case. From all over the country, hundreds of men and women, including doctors, cabinet ministers, political bosses, magistrates, university professors, engineers, photographers, architects, astrologers, industrialists, prelates, film actresses, and college girls were interrogated. Together with a masterly analysis of the political intrigues that led to the epic assassination, the highly exciting investigation has been traced here in fascinating detail. The supercharged drama that was enacted in Delhi's historic Red Fort during the 8 exciting months, the first political trial of Free India for the murder of its First Citizen, has been vividly recreated by the author with amazing depth. The book takes the reader deep into the minds and emotions of the many men who banded together to commit one of the foulest murders in the annals of crime. The many threads that webbed the complex pattern of the gigantic conspiracy have been revealed here with understanding and suspense. The author has brought a wealth of intimate facts regarding the assassin and his co-conspirators, their early life, and the social and political influence that moulded them into virulent anti-Gandhites. He has introduced original material, garnered through years of research, on how the condemned assassin spent his last days in Ambala Jail, the books he read, the people he met, the letters he wrote, the thoughts that tormented and solaced him, right up to the climax of the execution. At the time, regarded as the "Trial of the Millennium" and the world's costliest trial for the murder of any individual. Illus., Glossary, Personalities and Political Parties, Chronology of Events, Character of the Case + Index. 336pp. 8vo. h/back. From the library of true crime writer, Wilfred Gregg, with his personal b/plate. Vg+ in Vg. dw. which has tiny hole and small mk. to sp. Extremely scarce. Seller Inventory # 15303

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Tapan Ghosh
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