The ruling Trinamool Congress and the Forward Blo
Before Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose started his armed campaign, an Indian expatriate residing in Japan and in addition bearing the surname Bose established the Indian Independence League. By the time the Azad Hind Fauj was formally established, it had a strong strength of 85,000 troops. While Mahatma Gandhi's name within the textbooks has been misspelt as 'Gandi', the Azad Hind Fauj founded by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose has been referred to as 'Azad Hind Sena' and 'Azad Hind Army'.
Hugh Toye— a British Intelligence officer and writer of a 1959 history of the military known as The Springing Tiger— and American historian Peter Fay have reached related estimates of troop power. The first INA is considered to have comprised about forty,000 troops, of whom about four,000 withdrew when it was disbanded in December 1942. Further recruitment of former Indian Army personnel added about 8,000–10,000.
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