Gandhi Versus the Empire

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INDEX
Abdul Ghaffar Khan, 49, 337
Acknowledgments, xi
Adult suffrage, 139, 193, 195, 197, 199, 201, 216, 230
Afghan, 255, 285
Afghanistan, 279
Aga Kahn, H. H. the, 172-3
Ahimsa, 22, 52-3, 68-9, 161, 174, 334, 342, 344
Ahmed, Sir Sayed Sultan, 190, 203-4
Ahmedabad, 19, 38, 40, 61, 344
Ali, Maulana Mohammed, 176, 317
Allahabad, 128, 344-5
All-India Congress Committee, 42, 309
All-India Congress Volunteer Corps, 42
All-India National Congress, see Congress.
All-lndia Spinners Association, 42, 73, 178
Ambedkar, Dr. B. R., 173, 190, 199, 228, 231-2, 236
America, see United States.
American ix, xi, 148, 173-4, 262, 278, 330, 333, 335, 342-1, 345
American people, 125, 165-6, 171, 173, 330, 334, 343, 346
American press, 154, 161, 165-6, 171-3, 333, 345
Amritsar, 19, 28, 332
Andrews, C. F., 154, 210-11
Anglo-Indian, 141, 176, 207, 318
Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan, 252
Army (of occupation) & Defense Forces, 44, 125, 129, 144, 243-5, 248-253, 257, 276-7, 282, 284, 289, 293-4, 296-7, 313, 323, 326
Ashram, Satyagraha, 19, 23, 45-6, 55, 59, 72, 93, 99, 101, 150, 159, 160, 344
Associated Press, 117-8
Astor, Lady, 150
Audit of Obligations, 125, 129, 183-4, 276-8, 282
Aurangzeb, Emperor, 246, 318
Awakening of India, The, 207-8, 335
Behadurji, D. N., 277
Balfour, Dr. Margaret I., 86
Banker, S., 30
Bannerji, Kalicharan, 176
Bapuji, 210-211
Bayonets, ix, 49, 134, 240, 246
Benares, 341
Bengal, 104, 207-8, 270, 292-4, 298, 332
Bengal Ordinance, 325, 332,-3, 337
Bengal, Partition of, x
Bardoli, 53, 105, 308
Benn, Wedgwood, 123, 243
Renthall. E. C., 258-9, 265, 267
Besant, Mrs. Annie, x, 176
Bhagat Singh, 106
Bhagavad Gita, 18, 160
Bhopal, Nawab of, 154, 266
Bikaner, H. H. the Maharaja of, 131
Black and Tans, 293, 341
Bombay, 25-6, 37, 40, 61, 104, 116, 277, 308, 337-8, 341
Borsad, 78, 308
Bose, Subhas Chandra, 64
Boycott. x, 61, 106, 117, 132, 204, 319-40
Brailsford, H. N., 49, 76, 243
Britain, Great, ix, x, 22, 126, 131, 134, 162, 171-4, 182-3, 185, 247, 252, 269, 276, 278, 279, 285, 300-1, 305, 311, 313, 314, 318, 319, 321-2, 126, 129, 334-5, 337-8
British, ix, 19, 21-2, 47, 244, 249, 251, 278, 290, 297, 300, 315, 317-8, 321, 328, 334-5, 339-41, 345-6
British brutality, 104, 109-12, 340
British Cabinet, 94, 123, 151, 182, 186, 210, 234, 251, 274, 285, 288-9, 291, 295-6, 300-1, 304, 319, 327, 337
British Colonies, 262
British Commonwealth of Nations, see Commonwealth.
British Crown, ix, x, 233
British Empire, ix, 17-22, 122, 124, 128, 132-3, 326, 334
British goods, 43, 47, 152, 340
British Government ( England), 19, 123, 127, 137, 138, 141, 143, 174-5, 180, 206, 220-1, 232, 264, 299, 322, 323, 328, 331, 339
British Government ( India), 19, 101, 110, 121-2, 124-7, 130, 133-4, 139, 142, 144, 146, 169, 179, 207-9, 222, 244, 258, 281, 283, 289, 291, 300, 307, 322, 327-8, 333-5, 336-40, 345
British imperialism, 23, 55, 335
British India, 197, 209, 228, 239, 270
British interests (commercial), 144, 249, 251, 255, 261, 270, 282
British ministers, see British Cabinet.
British M.P.'s, 156, 340
British Officials, 30, 37, 50, 69, 95, 138-9, 207, 221-2, 265, 284, 327, 336, 338
British Parliament, ix, 120, 123, 144, 156, 225, 243, 295
British People, 22, 49, 99, 126, 129-30, 132, 136, 138, 141, 151, 173-4, 181, 184, 200, 251, 253, 285, 289, 296-7, 304, 308, 310-13, 318, 321, 326-28, 333-4, 340

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