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Mahatma Gandhi, edited by Ronald Duncan:

Published by London: Collins Fontana, 1971. (1971)

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From: Cornell Books Limited (Tewkesbury, United Kingdom)

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Item Description: London: Collins Fontana, 1971., 1971. Softcover edition. 12mo (18cm by 11cm), 288pp. Original laminated card wrappers. This copy is in good condition (text pages tanned). Signed by the editior (Ronald Duncan) on the half-title page. Bookseller Inventory # 36281

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Hingorani, Smt. Ganga A.). Gandhi, Mahatma

Published by (New Delhi): Anand T. Hingorani, (1989). (1989). (1989)

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Item Description: (New Delhi): Anand T. Hingorani, (1989). (1989)., 1989. Book Condition: Very good. (New Delhi): Anand T. Hingorani, (1989). (1989). Very good. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY N. P. TOLANI - Octavo, brown cloth titled in gilt with decorations in gilt on the spine & in gilt within a decorative gilt frame on the front cover, in a dust wrapper. A bookmark, specially created for this book, is attached to the book with a light red ribbon. The rear cover of the book & the front panel of the dust jacket are lightly rubbed. xxiii & 360 pages. Illustrated in color with vignettes of flowers by Smt. Ganga A. Hingorani. There is some very light foxing to the fore-edge. Very good. Fifth (English Deluxe) Edition.A book of quotations from Gandhi "Specially written for Anand T. Hingorani in memory of his saintly wife Vidya". Translated, edited and published by Anand T. Hingorani.Inscribed and signed by N. P. Tolani on the front endpaper. Tolani, who endorses the book on the bookmark, is the Chairman of the Tolani Group, founded in 1968. Its core business activity is shipping. Bookseller Inventory # 29155

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Gandhi, Mahatma; Holmes, John Haynes; (ed.) Muzumdar, Haridas T.

Published by Universal Publsihing Co., Chicago (1924)

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Item Description: Universal Publsihing Co., Chicago, 1924. Yellow Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Inscribed, dated and signed by the editor, Haridas T. Muzumdar on first free end page. Ex-library with markings on spine, lifted material on front paste down page, library markings on title page, and slip envelope on back paste down page. Light wear to all edges of spine. Very small, brown stain on front board, by fore-edge. Otherwise very good. Signed By Editor on Front Free. Bookseller Inventory # 2028664

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GANDHI, Mahatma]. HUTTENBACK, Robert A.

Published by Ithaca, Cornell University Press (1971)

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Item Description: Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1971. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. First edition (so stated). 8vo. Illustrated with 17 b/w photos; title vignette; 1 map. Bibliography. Dust jacket (unclipped). Very good-fine, fresh and clean. No other signatures or bookplates. Signed and inscribed by Huttenback on the title page in blue ink: "For Horace - Fellow traveler on the African safari which inspired this to me. Bob.". Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 8504

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GANDHI,MAHATMA

Published by UNIVERSAL PUBLISHING, CHICAGO (1924)

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Item Description: UNIVERSAL PUBLISHING, CHICAGO, 1924. Cloth. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. G/-, SOME SOILING AND WEAR TO COVER, EDITED BY HARIDAS MUZUMDAR AND SIGNED BY HIM ON ENDPAPER WITH DATE AND YEAR - 1927, , YELLOW COVER WITH BLACK TITLE, 128 PAGES. Bookseller Inventory # 10754

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Item Description: In March 1922 Gandhi was tried on charges of sedition for attacking the British raj as evil and to be opposed, and for encouraging Indian troops in the British service to reconsider their loyalties; specifically for Òbringing or attempting to excite disaffection towards His MajestyÕs Government established by law in British India, and thereby committing offenses punishable under Section 124 A of the Indian Penal Code.Ó Gandhi plead guilty, and before sentencing read a prepared statement from the dock that is considered one of the great speeches of the 20th century, articulating the doctrines of resistance to evil and non-violent protest. He said, in small part, ÒNon-violence is the first article of my faith. It is also the last article of my creed. But I had to make my choice. I had either to submit to a system which I considered had done an irreparable harm to my country, or incur the risk of the mad fury of my people bursting forth when they understood the truth from my lipsÉIn my opinion, non-co-operation with evil is as much a duty as is co-operation with good. But in the past, non-co-operation has been deliberately expressed in violence to the evil-doer. I am endeavoring to show to my countrymen that violent non-co-operation only multiples evil, and that as evil can only be sustained by violence, withdrawal of support of evil requires complete abstention from violence. Non-violence implies voluntary submission to the penalty for non-co-operation with evil. I am here, therefore, to invite and submit cheerfully to the highest penalty that can be inflicted upon me for what in law is deliberate crime, and what appears to me to be the highest duty of a citizen.Ó Gandhi went to jail.On February 5, 1924, Frank P. Smith, an Oklahoma attorney, who had read coverage of this, wrote Gandhi a letter of appreciation, calling the modest Gandhi the worldÕs foremost statesman and praising his doctrine of non-violence. ÒWith all of the world figures of statesmanship in mind, I greet you as the foremost one from a real Christian standpoint. The great principle of all wisdom, progressing materially with all power that works everywhere to its infinite ends, will vindicate my estimate of you. Your policy is the first one which practically concedes the supremacy of the spiritual over the material, the superiority of the power of love over that of physical force. The world will follow the vent of your example to a peace that will be universal and everlasting. God bless you.ÓIn January 1924 Gandhi was released and set about catching up on his work and responding to his correspondence. Typed letter signed, in English, Andhari, March 18, 1924, to Smith. ÒI must thank you for your letter of 5th February, and for appreciation. Yours sincerely, M.K. Gandhi.Ó The original postmarked envelope is still present. Bookseller Inventory # 11335

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Gandhi, Mahatma]; Gray R.M. and Parekh, Manilal C

Published by Calcutta Association Press 1924 (1924)

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Item Description: Calcutta Association Press 1924, 1924. Rare First Edition, SIGNED AND DATED BY MAHATMA GANDHI. Illustrated with a colour frontispiece portrait and 5 additional portraits from various sources. 8vo, publisher's original paper covered boards printed on the upper cover in black, backed in gray/blue cloth, the spine gilt lettered. 136 pp. A very attractive and well preserved copy, far better than would be expected for a Calcutta printing of the period, the prelims with a bit of age evidence, the spine just a touch toned. SIGNED AND DATED BY MAHATMA GANDHI IN 1926, one of the greatest men of the age. The work is rare in first edition and in collectable condition and we know of no other copy signed by Gandhi. This is an exceptionally early work on Gandhi, published only a few years after he had become leader of the Indian National Congress and was signed a year prior to the publication of his "MY EXPERIMENTS WITH TRUTH". Bookseller Inventory # 25121

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Gandhi, Mohandas K. „Mahatma", leader of India during the Indian independence movement (1869-1948).

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From: Kotte Autographs GmbH (Roßhaupten, Germany)

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Item Description: no place, no year. 165 x 120mm, [1931]. A nice head and shoulders portrait of Gandhi in profile, signed on the image in black ink ("M.K. Gandhi"), press stamp on the reverse in purple ink ("Photo Supplied Central News") Minor abrasion with two small spots of loss to image. John Smith Clarke (1885-1959); thence by descent. Bookseller Inventory # 61541

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