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In his college days he beat one of his teachers who was british, as he made a racist remark against Indians. He was banned from calcutta university and black listed as a rebel Indian.

He was selected in top ranks as a civil servant. But he resigned and decided to fight against the British and participate in the freedom struggle. He joined Indian National congress. He enlightened students, youth and labor.  He used to oppose Gandhi's philosophy. During his tenure in England, he met a lot of Labor party leaders and enlightened them about free India and future of India.

He went to Germany and Japan to get support. He was opposed to rendering of any help to the British during the second world war. When he tried to gather Indians and resources to fight against British, they arrested him. Then he escaped and traveled to Europe and Japan. In Japan he was made th head of 40000 soldiers. He called that AZAD HIND FAUZ or indian national army. The INA fought over the British and freed the Andamaan and Nicobar islands. Started a government called Azad Hind Government there.

INA marched through Burma and occupied some parts of India. It was about to march ahead to drive out British from Delhi.  Unfortunately, INA was defeated by british and Subhash had to escape and never found again.



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2014-08-22T17:45:07+05:30
Subhas Chandra Bose, a man of comparable stature who admired Gandhi but despaired at his aims and methods, and who became a bitter rival of Nehru. Bose played a very active and prominent role in India's political life during most of the 1930s. For example, he was twice (1938 and 1939) elected President of the Indian National Congress, the country's most important political force for freedom from the Raj, or British rule. While his memory is still held in high esteem in India, in the West Bose is much less revered, largely because of his wartime collaboration with the Axis powers. Both before and during the Second World War, Bose worked tirelessly to secure German and Japanese support in freeing his beloved homeland of foreign rule. During the final two years of the war, Bose -- with considerable Japanese backing -- led the forces of the Indian National Army into battle against the British.
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