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A Centenary History of the Indian National Congress (Vol. I)   
A Centenary History of the
Indian National Congress
Volume I: 1885-1919
B.N. PANDE, (General Ed.)
N.R. Ray, (ED.)

Hard-bound Book (6 9)  :   Pages : 738

2011  Edition   :   ISBN - 978-81-7188-915-0

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The first volume of the Centenary History deals with the founding of the Congress and its growth into the premier organisation of the national movement in India.




N.R. Ray

CHAPTER I: Genesis of the Indian National Congress

Amitabha Mukherjee

CHAPTER II: Moderates and Extremists The Congress till
the Surat Split

Sita Ram Singh

CHAPTER III: The Swadeshi Upsurge

Sankari Prasad Basu

CHAPTER IV : Trends in Muslim Indian Politics, 1857-1918 The Role of Aligarh and Deoband

B.N. Pande

CHAPTER V: National Revolutionary Movement in India (1900-1919)

Santimay Ray

CHAPTER VI: Worker, Peasant and Tribal Movements (1885-1918)

Sunil Kumar Sen

CHAPTER VII : Healing the Breach and the Home Rule Movement

S. Vijayalakshmi

CHAPTER VIII : Congress during 1917-1919. The Environment
in motion

Tarasankar Banerjee

CHAPTER IX : The Evolution of the Congress Party and Organization

Ashim Kumar Datta


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