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Freedom's Battle

Mahatma Gandhi

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. . .Turkey has been treated worse than the other Powers. I thought that the fact was self-evident. Neither Germany nor Austria and Hungary has been treated in the same way that Turkey has been. The whole of the Empire has been reduced to the retention of a portion of its capital, as it were, to mock the Sultan and that too has been done under terms so humiliating that no self-respecting person much less a reigning sovereign can possibly accept.

The Times has endeavoured to make capital out of the fact that the representation does not examine the reason for Turkey not joining the Allies. Well there was no mystery about it. The fact of Russia being one of the Allies was enough to warn Turkey against joining them. With Russia knocking at the gate at the time of the war it was not an easy matter for Turkey to join the Allies. But Turkey had cause to suspect Great Britain herself. She knew that England had done no friendly turn to her during the Bulgarian War. She was hardly we. . . Read More

Community Reviews

How great it is to have access to material like this. As far as reading it from cover to cover it's a bit repetitive. It mostly covers from 1919 to 1921.

How interesting it was to be wrapping up my reading of Gandhi (1920 and 1921) on tolerance, love, and kindness in politics as the election results played out here in the US. It was a good exercise in balance and grounding.

Morality, cooperation and character really do matter, even in the most content

This covers the political ups and downs and relating to the Khilafat, Punjab wrongs, Hindu-Muslim Unity, non-co-operation, etc.