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Encyclopaedia of Indian War of Independence (1857-1947) (Vols: 1 to 19 Set)

M K Singh

Published by Anmol, New Delhi, 2009
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Contents Vol. 1. Era of 1857 Revolt The 1857 War of Independence Preface. 1. 1857 The war of independence. 2. The charter of the East India Company. 3. The revolt in the Indian Army. 4. The capture of Delhi. 5. The revolt in whole India. 6. From the Marx Engels correspondence. 7. Consequences of Indian independence movement. 8. Freedom fighters of India. 9. Communism and nationalism in India the problematic heritage. 10. A prolonged period of army uprising. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 2. Era of 1857 Revolt Sepoy Mutiny Preface. 1. The story of the storm 1857. 2. The truth about the Indian mutiny of 1857. 3. India's first war of independence. 4. The sepoy mutiny. 5. Capture of the capital. 6. The revolutionary upheaval of 1857. 7. Building up to the Quit India movement. 8. The two nation theory and partition a historical overview. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 3. Era of 1857 Revolt Muslims and 1857 War of Independence Preface. 1. Historical Sikh events. 2. The first Indian revolt. 3. An account of the Indian mutiny at Meerut. 4. Some aspects of the 1857 rebellion in Bihar. 5. A brief political and military analysis. 6. Lesser known heroes of India's first war of independence (1857). 7. Muslims and 1857 war of independence. 8. Role of Muslim women in freedom movement. 9. A western view in a nutshell. 10. The focal point of the mutiny. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 4. Birth of Indian National Congress Establishment of Indian National Congress Preface. 1. History of the Indian National Congress. 2. The formation of the Indian National Congress. 3. Gandhi and the Indian National Congress. 4. The birth of a movement. 5. Looking back at the battle of freedom. 6. Gandhian march to portals of freedom. 7. India's struggle for freedom role of associated movements. 8. Some prominent martyrs of India's freedom struggle. 9. Women and India's independence movement. 10. Role of press. 11. Congress and colonial struggles. 12. Congress presidents and their role. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 5. Birth of Indian National Congress Establishment of Indian National Congress Preface. 1. The Congress and the freedom movement. 2. Plans of freedom. 3. The dawn of freedom. 4. Simon Commission and Congress. 5. Dr. Ambedkar with the Simon Commission. 6. Lucknow pact. 7. Provincial government in relation to the Government of India. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 6. Moderate Phase Mahadeo Gobind Ranade and Dadabhai Nauroji Preface. 1. Mahadev Govind Ranade. 2. Perceptions of the Indian social structure by the nationalists and social reformers. 3. Autonomy and comparability notes on the anticolonial and the postcolonial. 4. The transformation of Marathi literary sensibility 1820 1920. 5. Dr. Dadabhai Nauroji. 6. Nauroji's inspiration for struggling. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 7. Moderate Phase Surendra Nath Banerjee and W.C. Banerjee Preface. 1. Surendranath Banerjee. 2. Early awakener of Indian political consciousness. 3. The Nationalist Movement the legacy of the nineteenth century. 4. Other works of Surendranath Banerjee. 5. Issues in municipal constitution making. 6. The liberal tradition in India. 7. Revolutionary terrorism. 8. W.C. Banerjee. 9. Rabindra Nath Tagore. 10. Politics and nationalism. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 8. Extremist Phase Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Bipin Chandra Pal 1. Introduction. 2. Bipin Chandra Pal and role of press in struggle. 3. The partition of Bengal. 4. Bipin Chandra Pal and his extremist movements. 5. Bal Gangadhar Tilak. 6. Tilak and freedom movement. 7. Educational and political thoughts of Tilak. 8. Tilak the pioneer of national freedom. 9. Lokmanya Tilak the propounder. 10. Tilak's views on the existing government of the country. 11. Awakening masses through the editorials of Kesari. 12. Lokmanya Tilak an eminent indologist. 13. Lokmanya Tilak and Maratha history. Bibliography. Index. Vol. 9. Extremist Phase Lala Lajpat Rai and Subhash Chandra Bose Preface. 1. Lala Lajpat Rai. 2. Lajpat Rai's political views and works. 3. Bose and India's ind. Bookseller Inventory # 72787

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