Still Hope for India

August 1942
New Republic;8/24/42, Vol. 107 Issue 8, p215
Focuses on the role of the United Nations (UN) in defending India against invasion by Japan. Belief of the British that they can destroy nationalist leader Mahatma Gandhi's influence in India, permanently, by crushing the present campaign of civil disobedience; Views of the British regarding importance of the support and cooperation of the Indian masses to the nation's defense against invasion; Possibility of the failure of Tories in their attack on India.


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