Bose, Subhas Chandra

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Indian politician who fought for India’s freedom from British rule. He arrived in Singapore on 2 July 1943 and took over from Rash Bihari Bose as leader of the Indian Independence League in East Asia. With the help of the Japanese, he rejuvenated the Indian National Army and mounted an offensive against the British but failed. He built a memorial for soldiers of the Indian National Army at Queen Elizabeth Walk, but it was destroyed by the returning British Military in 1945.

Indian politician who fought for India’s freedom from British rule. He arrived in Singapore on 2 July 1943 and took over from Rash Bihari Bose as leader of the Indian Independence League in East Asia. With the help of the Japanese, he rejuvenated the Indian National Army and mounted an offensive against the British but failed. He built a memorial for soldiers of the Indian National Army at Queen Elizabeth Walk, but it was destroyed by the returning British Military in 1945.

National Library Board Singapore

Bose, Subhas Chandra, 1897-1945

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