Subhash Chandra Bose will always be remembered as one of India’s greatest freedom fighters. The one who gave India’s freedom movement all his sweat and blood. One of the biggest patriots to grace the country supposedly died in 1945 but he continues to motivate millions even today.
But did you know that numerous writers have written books on him? In order to give you a better understanding of his works and life, we have provided this list of the top 7 books on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Here we go:
- 1 Best Books on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose
- 1.1 Subhash Chandra Bose by Hugh Toye
- 1.2 India’s Biggest Cover-Up by Anuj Dhar
- 1.3 An Indian Pilgrim: An Unfinished Autobiography by Subhash Chandra Bose
- 1.4 The Indian Struggle 1920-1942 by Subhash Chandra Bose
- 1.5 Bose: An Indian Samurai by Major General GD Bakshi
- 1.6 Brothers Against The Raj by Leonard A. Gordan
- 1.7 Back From the Dead by Anuj Dhar
Best Books on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose
This book has been written from the prospect of Britishers like what do they observed about Netaji Subhas Bose (views from the other side). The thing which makes this book special is that it’s written by Hugh Toye. He is the same man who began the manhunt on him. Hugh Toye was the British military intelligence officer selected to hunt down Netaji and Indian National Army. Read this book to know what Britishers considered of the man they dreaded the most amongst other freedom fighters.
A well-researched comprehensive book that talks about essentially all the theories that people have about Netaji Subhas Bose. From the mystery of the INA treasure to various conspiracy theories, each one has been well studied. To everyone who thinks that Netaji didn’t get the honor he deserved, you need to read this book. It’s a must-read for every Indian particularly for the students of journalism, law, politics, and history.
This is the unfinished autobiography of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. He wrote this book towards the end of 1937 during his Europe trip, after he was made the President of the Indian National Congress. The book traces his journey from birth till the day when he resigned from the Indian Civil Service.
This book explains how Gandhi ruined the freedom movement of India for his absence of proper knowledge of the political situation which is the main reason for the disagreement between Subhas and him. Written by Netaji himself, this real and engaging account will assist you to understand his perspective on Gandhiji’s stand on many issues during an extraordinary era of the freedom struggle. The book is straightforward, unpretentious, and lucid. It provides a very useful insight into Netaji’s mind.
This book tells about whatever Subhash Chandra Bose, India’s legendary leader, did for India, in excellent detail. Penned by GD Bakshi who has worked in the army for 37 years and was a part of Jammu & Kashmir rifles, it’s a mind-opening book. This book deserves to be in every library. This book evaluates Bose as a military leader and indeed, the First Supreme Commander of India. Netaji was quite instrumental in getting freedom for India. The book also debunks some theories. Well, you will have to read the book to know about them!
Brothers Against the Raj is the classic biography of the Bose brothers (Subhas & Sarat Chandra Bose), putting them in the connection of the Indian freedom struggle and the intense international politics of the period. Leonard A. Gordon utilizes material collected from archives, records, and over 150 interviews he conducted with the brothers’ political peers and family members, as well as hundreds of unpublished letters, to bring to life once more two of India’s most contentious leaders during one of the most important periods in Indian history. It is the biography of the Bose brothers and gives a detailed description of their contribution to the freedom struggle.
Back From the Dead by Anuj Dhar
Written by the author of India’s Biggest Cover-Up, this book is one of the most authentic books on Bose’s life. It also tells about the alleged plane crash theory and its after-effects. It also tells what actually happened. Until now, no one has been able to solve Bose’s death controversy. There might be a dark reality lurking behind it as no official has ever spoken about it in public. Even the intelligence has quoted that the matter is volatile. It is among the best book on Subash Chandra Bose that you can read.
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