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Subhash Chandra Bose and INA (in Hindi)
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Chapter-6 Part-c

Aartee Mishra is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Aartee Mishra
Delhi University Topper Post Graduation in History YouTube & Telegram Channel - Rank secure. Successfully Taught 40 GS Batches/ Motivator

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superb sir and thank u so much sir I am one of the viewer and follower of karpathu IAS channel .I request you to sir upload the economy video class in youtube also sir
Kubendran S M
2 years ago
Thank you. Unacademy is a huge platform to uplift many young aspirants, so only I joined and uploading Indian economy part in this great platform. As your suggestion I'll make it in KarpathuIAS. Thank you.
Gandhi ji Britishers ke agent they isliye hamesha Britishers ko support kartey they. unka ahinsak bartav world war 2 me nahi dikha kahin bhi. Indians ko unhone provoke kiya England ki madat karne ke liye. jo peechle 200 saalon se desh ko tabaah kar rahe they.
Mam, What about Quit India Movement, Rajagopalchari formula, Wavell Plan?? Questions from these themes questions do come are very important. Seems you too lost your patience a bit and couldn't make the course extensive so that ur plus course don't lose its significance. Any way, thanks for the lesson.
ma'am, there was no wrong side in the 2nd world war. the allies were way worse than the Axis powers.
Subhas chndra bose ka role aapne jitni saralta se end kiya aapne….satisfaction nhi mila mam
  1. Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of Modern India unacadeny By Aartee Mishra National Movement- Towards Freedom and Partition- 1939-1947 Part C Hindi

  2. l am Aartee Mishra Graduated from Delhi University, Topper in all my semesters, Pursuing P.G and preparing for CSE. You can findall my courses at https:/ Also by Downloading the Unacademy Learning app from the Google Playstore

  3. The Second World War Allies Leaders Great BritainWinston Churchill, prime minister France Charles de Gaulle, leader of French not under German control Soviet Union Joseph Stalin, communist dictator United States Franklin D. Roosevelt, President Leaders Axis Powers Germany taly Japan Adolf Hitler, Nazi dictator Benito Mussolini, fascist dictator Hideki Tojo, army general and prime minister; Hirohito, emperor

  4. THE INDIAN NATIONAL ARMY The First Phase The Japanese handed over the Indian prisoners of war (POWs) to Mohan Singh who tried to recruit them into an Indian National Army After the fall of Singapore, Mohan Singh further got 45,000 POWs into his sphere of influence. By the end of 1942, 40,000 men were ready to join the INA The INA intended to go into action only on invitation of the Indian National Congress and the people of India The Second Phase The next phase began with the arrival of Subhash Bose in Singapore in July 1943. Earlier, he had left the Congress after having developed differences with Gandhi and had formed the Forward Bloc in 1940: In March 1941, he escaped from India, where he had been under house arrest, and approached the Russian leaders for help against. Britain When in June 1941 the Soviet Union joined the war on behalf of the Allies, Bose went to Germany and from there he reached Japan in February 194;3

  5. THE INDIAN NATIONAL ARMY He asked for Japanese help for an armed struggle against the British rule. He came to Singapore in July 1943 where he was assisted by Rashbehari Bose and others, such as the Indian residents of SouthEast Asia and the Indian POWs from Burma, Malaya and Singapore In October 1943, he set up a Provisional Indian Government with headquarters at Rangoon and Singapore This Provisional Government was recognised by the Axis powers. Recruits were trained and funds collected for the INA. Even a women's regiment called the Rath Jhansi Regiment was formed In July 1944, Subhash Bose asked for Gandhi's blessings for "India's last war of independence"

  6. THE INDIAN NATIONAL ARMY One INA battalion commanded by Shah Nawaz was allowed to accompany the Japanese Army to the Indo- Burma front and participate in the Imphal campaign But the discriminatory treatment by the Japanese, which included being denied rations and arms and being made to do menial work for the Japanese units, completely demoralised the INA units The failure of the Imphal campaign and the steady Japanese retreat thereafter quashed any hopes of the INA liberating the nation The retreat continued till mid-1945 and ended only with the final surrender to the British in South-East Asia But when the INA POWs were brought back to India after the war to be court-martialled, a powerful movement emerged in their defence

  7. Congress Support for INA Prisoners At the first postWar Congress session in September 1945 at Bombay, a strong resolution was adopted declaring Congress support for the INA cause Defence of INA prisoners in the court was organised by Bhulabhai Desai, Tej Bahadur Sapru, Kailash Nath Katju, Nehru and Asaf Ali INA Relief and Enquiry Committee distributed small sums of money and food, and helped arrange employment for the affected. Fund collection was organised

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