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“Gandhi was not a saint. He was an astute politician,” Netaji’s nephew Amiya Nath Bose

“Gandhi was not a saint. He was an astute politician,” Netaji’s nephew Amiya Nath Bose

“Gandhi was not a saint. He was an astute politician,” Netaji’s nephew Amiya Nath Bose wrote to German banker, industrialist and former Nazi Party politician Carl Vincent Krogmann in December 1958.

Amiya further wrote: “Gandhi’s movement of ‘non-violent non-cooperation’ did not bring independence to India. The movement he started in August 1942 was smashed by the British government in a few months…the immediate cause of British withdrawal was the INA trial held in Red Fort.”

The letter was intercepted by Indian intelligence. They were keeping a watch on anyone and everyone connected to Netaji.

The picture you see here has been posted by Vandana Garhwal on Mission Netaji Discussion Platform. It shows Bose, Krogmann and others in Hamburg in September 1942.

For more on snooping and the Netaji mystery, read “What happaned to Netaji?”

http://www.amazon.in/What-Happened-Netaji-Anuj…/…/9382711880

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