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Mahatma Gandhi: A study in Indian nationalism

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Rolland, Romain, 1866-1944
Smith, Charles Lee, 1865-1951
2010-09-14T20:31:51Z (accessioned)
2010-09-14T20:31:51Z (available)
2010-09-14 (issued)
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/26698 (uri)
Blue linen boards, printed in black. Publisher's advertisements at end.
Signed by Gandhi.
Note on front flyleaf reads: "Charles Lee Smith from C.F. Andrews April 13, 1924. On the occasion of my visit to Mahatma Gandhi at Juku, near Bombay, India, his intimate friend and secretary Mr. C. F. Andrews presented me with this book and the Mahatma autographed it for me. I spent two delightful hours with these history-making men. April, 1924 - Chas. Lee Smith."
140 p., 19 cm. (extent)
book (medium)
Madras, S. Ganesan
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Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948
India -- Politics and government -- 1919-1947
Mahatma Gandhi: A study in Indian nationalism

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