India and the War

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Indian Self-Government and Indian Security

When the Japanese last spring were advancing into Burma, and appeared to be headed for an invasion of India, Allied concern was heightened by collapse at that moment of the negotiations which a mission headed by Sir Stafford Cripps had been conducting on the thorny question of self-government for India. Although it was not thought that Indian nationalists would welcome Japanese domination of their country, there was fear that failure of ...

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