INDIA: Renegade's Revenge

Thoughtful men thought twice when they learned that sardonic, myopic Subhas Chandra Bose, traitor, was with the Japs around Imphal. Twice President of the Indian National Congress and long the loudest foe of British rule in India, Bose's name was wildly cheered in Delhi after Bose himself had turned up in Berlin seeking Hitler's aid in freeing India. That was August 1942.

By last October Bose had worked his way to Singapore via Tokyo. He proclaimed a "Provisional Government of India," set about recruiting an "army of liberation," was tireless in his praise for Jap assistance in the task. When the...

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