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Congress Responsibility for the Disturbances 1942-43

1943

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In the second half extending to the Bombay -meet ng of the A. I. C. C.. the emphasis lay on the struggle to be launched by Congress should the British not withdraw voluritakrilv and the centre of interest shifted from Sevagram to other parts of the country. [...] Gandhi in his Quit-India' move reference must be made to the important evidence as to the working of his mind and the reactions of the members of the Working Committee furnished by the record (Appendix 1) of the latter's Allahabad meeting which was recovered in a subsequent police search of the All-India Congress Committee's. office. [...] It is not the intention here to examine the third aim the establishment _ of communal unity followed by the formation of a provisional government at all closely It has been suggested in the"12 preceding paragraph that the Congress intended this government to be under their domination and a note has been made of the strength added to this view by the unity of Muslim opinion that the Congress move [...] Gandhi's proposed move to the public and to indicate in broad terms the nature of the struggle upon which if the A. I. C. C. ratified the Working Committee's resolution the Congress would embark if the British refused to withdraw. [...] Thus Congress speakers in Bihar and the Central and United Provinces made a point of canvassing the support of the student community while Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru is known to haVe taken steps to enlist the support of students from the Benares Hindu University a fact of particular significance in view of the prominence later assumed by this University in the serious disturbances which occurre

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Frontmatter i-ii unknown

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Preface i-ii R. Tottenham

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Chapter I The “Quit India” Movement Setting the Stage 1-5 unknown

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Chapter II Wardha to Bombay —the Motives and Aims of the Resolutions 5-12 unknown

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Chapter III the Contemplated Character of the Movement 13-21 unknown

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Chapter IV the Nature of the Disturbances 21-29 unknown

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Chapter V the Part Played by Known Congressmen 29-39 unknown

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Chapter VI Conclusion 39-41 unknown

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Appendix I Record of the Allahabad Meeting of the Congress Working Committee 42-49 unknown

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Appendix II Mr. Rajagopalachari’s Letter of July 18th 1942 to Mr. Gandhi 49-50 unknown

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Appendix III(1)Text of the Resolution Adopted by the Congress Working Committee at Wardha on 14th July 1942 51-52 unknown

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Appendix III(2)Text of the Resolution Adopted by the All-India Congress Commitee on 8th August 1942 52-55 unknown

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Appendix IV Confidential Andhra Provincial Congress Committee 55-56 unknown

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Appendix V-A Comparison of The“A. I.C.C. Twelve-Point Programme” with Mr. Gandhi—s Pre-Arrest Writings and Statements 57-62 unknown

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Appendix VI the“A. I.C.C.”Instructions for A No-Tax No-Rent No-Grain Campaign 62-65 unknown

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Appendix VII“the Freedom Struggle Front” 65-68 unknown

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Appendix VIII an Appeal to the People Independence Day 26th January 1943 69-70 unknown

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Appendix IX“to All Fighters Foe Freedom”Revolutionary Greetings 70-74 unknown

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Appendix X Mr. Gandhi’s Last Message 74-74 unknown

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Appendix XI Instructions from the All India Congress Committee to the Provincial Congress Committees and others 74-79 unknown

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Appendix XII Survey of the First Five Months of“Our Revolution”Retract from Bombay Congress Bulletin No. 132 dated 9th January 1943 79-80 unknown

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Appendix XIII“Six Commandments of Gandhi Baba” 80-81 unknown

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Appendix XIV Extract from the“Harltan”dated August 23 1942 81-81 unknown

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Appendix XV Miscellaneous Congress Pamphlets 81-86 unknown

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106
SARF Document ID
sarf.140178

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