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Title: In the rear of the 14th army : Why India is not mobilised
Authors: Dange, Shripad Amrit
Issue Date: 1944
Publisher: All-India Trade Union Congress
Abstract: British troops in India and holding the Burma front against the Japanese have been suffering badly from disease and poor organization, and have apparently been forgotten. The booklet is a summary of the speech Dange, Shripad Amrit gave to the Trade Union Group of Members of the House of Commons on 5 December 1944 about the situation in India. Under the title “Chaos in India”, it includes the following subchapters: Legacy of the past; Bureaucratic incompetence; Transport; Coal muddle; Famine; Failure to rely on Peoples’ organisations; Industrial workers; Trade Union organization and gains; Rise in cost of living. Depreciation of wages; Attempts at disrupting trade unions, the peasantry, and people’s unity.
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