India and the War for Freedom

Yutang, Lin
August 1942
New Republic;8/24/42, Vol. 107 Issue 8, p217
Focuses on the revolution in India against the British rule and its significance to the U.S. Importance of the Indian problem to the United Nations; Suppression of the Indian revolution with ruthless force by the British government; Effect on China if India is made perfect for a Japanese invasion; Attitude of the American press and radio commentators towards the situation.


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