India in Bondage

India in Bondage

India in Bondage

India in Bondage

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It is now two years since the publication of the first edition of "India In Bondage." During all this time, India's great struggle for freedom has been one of the most dramatic and absorbing subjects before the attention of the world. Interest in it does not show any sign of diminishing. Indeed, more and more it is coming to be seen that India's cause is the world's cause, that the bondage of more than one-sixth of the human race is a menace to the world's peace and in every way a world calamity.

It is because of these facts and in order to bring the record of India's struggle strictly up to date, in the light of the most accurate and latest information, that this revised edition of "India In Bondage" has been prepared and published.

The first edition of the book endeavored to portray, as comprehensively, accurately and graphically as possible, the India of 1930. The present new and revised edition aims to describe, not less fully and accurately, the India of 1932, together with the momentous events of the last two years in London and in India, and (what is highly important) the probable effects of the same on the future of India and the British Empire. I believe that the new matter contained in this revised edition will be recognized by readers as of great significance.

J. T. SUNDERLAND.

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