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Letters to Emilie Schenkl: 1934-1942

Sugata Bose (Editor) Subhas Chandra Bose (Author) Sisir Kumar Bose (Editor)
Synopsis Perhaps the least known aspect of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's many-sided personality was his love for Emilie Schenkl, his Austrian wife. Bose met Emilie Schenkl in June 1934 in Vienna, developed a close relationship during his forced European exile, secretly married her in December 1937, and had a daughter, Anita, in November 1942. This volume of Netaji's collected works illuminates the human and emotional aspects of his many splendoured life. One hundred and sixty-two of his letters, written between 1934 and 1942, are published in this volume, along with eighteen of Emilie Schenkl's letters that have survived.
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About the authors

Sugata Bose

Sugata Bose is Gardiner Professor of History at Harvard University. His publications include Nationalism, Democracy and Development: State and Politics in India (co-edited with Ayesha Jalal; 1997) and The Indian Struggle, 1920-1942: Subhas Chandra Bose (co-edited with Sisir Kumar Bose; 1997).

Sisir Kumar Bose

Sisir Kumar Bose (1920-2000) founded the Netaji Research Bureau in 1957 and was its guiding spriti until his death in 2000.  A participant in the Indian freedom struggle, he was imprisoned by the British in the Lahore Fort, Red Fort and Lyallpur Jail. In the Lahore Fort, Red Fort and Lyallpur Jail. In the post-independence period he played a key role in preserving the best traditions of the anti-colonial movement and making possible the writing of its history.

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Title Letters to Emilie Schenkl: 1934-1942
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition Reprint
Publisher Permanent Black
Language: English
isbn 9788178241029
length xx+231p.
Subjects History