The Men Who Killed Gandhi - Illustrated with Unpublished Documents and Photographs

Malgonkar, Manohar

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Manohar Malgonkar
Edité par Lustre/Roli Books (2011)
ISBN 10 : 8174366172 ISBN 13 : 9788174366177
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Description du livre Lustre/Roli Books, 2011. Softcover. État : New. Throughout the period covered by this book - that is, from Lord Mountbatten`s arrival as the Viceroy right up till the end of the Red Fort trial - I was living in New Delhi, only one bungalow away from Birla House, where Gandhi was murdered. I can thus claim to have known the Delhi of those days as a citizen, an insider, and I also happen to be equally familiar with Poona (the place where the conspiracy was spawned), both as a city and as a state of mind. Of the six men who were finally adjudged to have been implicated in the murder conspiracy, two were hanged. The other four - the approver Badge and the three who got life sentences, Karkare, Gopal and Madanlal - talked to me freely and at length. My ability to speak Marathi well had an immense advantage because two of them, Karkare and Badge, were at home only in that language. All four gave me much information that they had never revealed before-hand. Gopal Godse and his wife Sindhu filled me in on details which could not have been known outside the Godse and Apte families. Gopal also kindly loaned me his personal papers, among which were eight large volumes of printed records of the Red Fort trial which had been prepared for the High Court appeal. These volumes had been actually used by Nathuram Godse, the man who killed Gandhi, and were scribbled all over with his notes and comments. The author wishes to thank Mr R.E. Hawkins - who, for many years, guided the affairs of the Indian branch of the Oxford University Press - for going through the manuscript of this book and suggesting many improvements. Printed Pages: 354. N° de réf. du libraire 45549

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Manohar Malgonkar
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ISBN 10 : 8174366172 ISBN 13 : 9788174366177
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Description du livre Lustre/Roli Books, 2011. Softcover. État : New. Throughout the period covered by this book - that is, from Lord Mountbatten`s arrival as the Viceroy right up till the end of the Red Fort trial - I was living in New Delhi, only one bungalow away from Birla House, where Gandhi was murdered. I can thus claim to have known the Delhi of those days as a citizen, an insider, and I also happen to be equally familiar with Poona (the place where the conspiracy was spawned), both as a city and as a state of mind. Of the six men who were finally adjudged to have been implicated in the murder conspiracy, two were hanged. The other four - the approver Badge and the three who got life sentences, Karkare, Gopal and Madanlal - talked to me freely and at length. My ability to speak Marathi well had an immense advantage because two of them, Karkare and Badge, were at home only in that language. All four gave me much information that they had never revealed before-hand. Gopal Godse and his wife Sindhu filled me in on details which could not have been known outside the Godse and Apte families. Gopal also kindly loaned me his personal papers, among which were eight large volumes of printed records of the Red Fort trial which had been prepared for the High Court appeal. These volumes had been actually used by Nathuram Godse, the man who killed Gandhi, and were scribbled all over with his notes and comments. The author wishes to thank Mr R.E. Hawkins - who, for many years, guided the affairs of the Indian branch of the Oxford University Press - for going through the manuscript of this book and suggesting many improvements. Printed Pages: 354. N° de réf. du libraire 45549

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