Gandhi Under Cross Examination
Cover page by Sovereign Star Publishing, Inc.
|Author||Col. G. B. Singh & Dr. Tim Watson|
|Publisher||Sovereign Star Publishing, Inc|
|Media type||Print Paperback|
|Preceded by||Gandhi Behind the Mask of Divinity|
In 1893 Gandhi went to South Africa where, according to his own account, he was thrown off of a train on racial grounds. 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. 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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