Soviet Russia and Indian Communism, 1917-1947: With an Epilogue Covering the Situation Today

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Index
"A.B.C. of Communism" by Bukharin, 88
Abdul Ghaffer Khan, 117, 118, 268
Abdullah, Sheikh, 268
Acharya, early Indian Communist leader, 22, 23, 39, 40, 48, 56
Adhikari, Gangadhar M., 100, 103, 206, 214, 230, 231, 233, 250, 261, 291
"Advance Guard", 58, 60, 92
Afghan Air Force, 35
Afghan Army, 31, 33
Afghan embassy in the U.S.S.R., 181
Afghan Government, 20, 143, 173, 176, 239
Afghan-Iranian frontier, 187
Afghan legation in Great Britain, 294
Afghan Pamir Territory, 35
Afghan Principalities of Herat and Kabul in the nineteenth century, 11
Afghan tribesmen, 33
Afghan Turkestan, 177
Afghanistan, 27, 29, 31, 32, 33, 36, 50, 67, 107, 168, 172, 183, 189, 233, 280; Anglo-Soviet diplomacy in respect to during the Second World War, 238-239; civil war, 1928- 1930, 178-182; ejects the "Provisional Government of the People of India", 43; mission by Mahendra Pratep to in the interest of Germany in 1916, 21-22; permits the "Provisional Government of the People of India" to be established in Kabul, 22; relations with Great Britain, 41-45, 176-182, with Soviet Russia, 18-20, 22, 37-39, 41-43, 173-178, 182, 281-282, 302; represented at the Third Congress of the Communist International, 47; M. N. Roy's plans in respect to in 1920, 30-31; remains independent, 302; Soviet armed intervention in during civil war, 178-80; support for Enver Pasha by, 44; treaty with Russia ( June, 1946), evokes fear on the part of a section of the Indian press, 280-281
Afghans, 18-21, 38, 41-43, 173, 176, 177, 179, 180
Africa, 220
Agabekov, Grigori (Georgi), 173, 174, 175, 177, 183
Agreement of 1907 between Czarist Russia and Great Britain, 12
Ahmad, Muzaffar, 55, 69, 139, 159; arrested by Anglo-Indian authorities, March, 1924, 63, March, 1929, 103, March, 1940, 200; behavior at Meerut trial, 102; correspondence with M. N. Roy, 59-60; elceted to be one of the vice-presidents of the A.I.T.U.C. in December, 1928, 86; given life sentence at Meerut trial, 113; as a leader of the A.I.K.S. in the early 'forties, 225; as a leader of the Bengal peasant movement in the late 'thirties, 157; as a leader of the Calcutta Red Center in 1923, 55; life sentence reduced to three years' imprisonment on appeal in Meerut trial, 115; plays important role in the Conference of the Bengal Workers' and Peasants' Party, 84; tried and sentenced at Cawnpore in 1924 to four years' imprisonment, 64
Ahmadabad, 51, 156
Ahmadabad Labour Association, 155
Ahmadabad Session of the Indian

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Table of Contents 7
  • Introduction 9
  • Chapter One Early Soviet Designs on India 14
  • Chapter Three 68
  • Chapter Four Underground Communism in India 105
  • Chapter Five The United Front 141
  • Chapter Six Soviet Intrigues on India's Frontiers 172
  • Chapter Seven An "Imperialist War" Becomes A "People's War" 199
  • Chapter Eight Indian Communism on the Eve Of Independence 243
  • Epilogue Soviet Russia and Indian Communism 1947-1959 284
  • Notes 304
  • Bibliography 372
  • Index 399
  • Index 401
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