Vol. 4, No. 4, July 1943

“President Roosevelt’s Sympathy with India’s Aspirations”

India Today, Vol. 4, No. 4, July 1943

“Over the Radio”

  • Quotes from a WHN radio, round table discussion on “Should the United Nations Enter the India Situation?”. Participants included J.J. Singh, George Sokolsky (New York Sun), George H. Combes, Father Kiernana
  • Singh replied that yes, the UN should become involved in the Indian situation, but then goes on to explain how it is in American interests to enter the India situation for both ideological reasons: taking “an interest in the destiny of four hundred million citizens of the world” and practical reasons: “thousands of American boys are today in India.”

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