Gandhi Under Cross Examination

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Gandhi Under Cross Examination
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Cover page by Sovereign Star Publishing, Inc.
Author Col. G. B. Singh & Dr. Tim Watson
Country United States
Language English
Genre Non-Fiction
Publisher Sovereign Star Publishing, Inc
Publication date
June 2009
Media type Print Paperback
Pages 287
ISBN 0-9814992-2-8
Preceded by Gandhi Behind the Mask of Divinity

Gandhi Under Cross Examination is a 2009 book written by G. B. Singh and Dr. Tim Watson evaluating the iconization of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi as a civil rights protagonist [1]

In 1893 Gandhi went to South Africa where, according to his own account, he was thrown off of a train on racial grounds.[2] In their scrutiny of the incident and Gandhi's statements thereafter, the authors claim that Gandhi gave divergent accounts of what happened on his journey to Pretoria.[1] Gandhi Under Cross-examination catalogs the incidents that happened around that time and attempts to prove that the train incident never occurred. The authors have claimed that Gandhi lied about the train incident.

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  1. ^ a b "New Book Shreds Fabrication of Indian Civil Rights Icon". Retrieved 2008-04-22. 
  2. ^ Fischer, Louis (1962). "Essential Gandhi". New York: Random House.