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THE “MAHATMA” OF INDIAN UNREST: PREACHING “PASSIVE RESISTANCE.” Ph<'t<vjra BV H. 1.. Bovton

THE “MAHATMA” OF INDIAN UNREST: PREACHING “PASSIVE RESISTANCE.” Ph<'t<vjra BV H. 1.. Bovton

17 September 1921 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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17 September 1921 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
SHADED BY AN UMBRELLA: MR. GANDHI, THE INDIAN NATIONALIST LEADER (ON THE RIGHT IN THE GROUP

SHADED BY AN UMBRELLA: MR. GANDHI, THE INDIAN NATIONALIST LEADER (ON THE RIGHT IN THE GROUP

17 September 1921 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
OF THREE IN THE BACKGROUND), ADDRESSING A TYPICAL GATHERING OF HIS ADHERENTS.

OF THREE IN THE BACKGROUND), ADDRESSING A TYPICAL GATHERING OF HIS ADHERENTS.

Mr. Gandhi is the leader of an All-India agitation independent of caste and creed, with the threefold object of redressing grievances in the Punjab, of satisfying Moslem feeling, which had been wounded by the Treaty of Sevres, and of obtaining self-government. These things were
17 September 1921 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
BACK TO THE SPINNING-WHEEL: AN INDIAN REVOLUTIONARY “REVIVAL.

BACK TO THE SPINNING-WHEEL: AN INDIAN REVOLUTIONARY “REVIVAL.

17 September 1921 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 

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FVK -Jtr DRAWN BY BULLS BEARING CLOTHS INSCRIBED “THE ONLY WAY TO SWARAJ” (LIBERTY): A HUGE SPINNING-

FVK -Jtr DRAWN BY BULLS BEARING CLOTHS INSCRIBED “THE ONLY WAY TO SWARAJ” (LIBERTY): A HUGE SPINNING-

17 September 1921 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
WHEEL CARRIED IN. PROCESSION THROUGH THE STREETS OF DELHI.

WHEEL CARRIED IN. PROCESSION THROUGH THE STREETS OF DELHI.

„ Ue Photographs details are the non- garments made of foreign cloth. In Bombay Mr. Gandhi himself set fire to ,rZrani t ,nP r t ' lnaUE r f n Gandhl ItS la, m ° de ° f an mormons heap of these garments, in the presence of a crowd numbering oT"d t h * ° . a ? yCOtt ° , fore,gn C
17 September 1921 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
HAS THE EARTH BRUSHED BY A COMET’S TAIL? DRAWN BY SCRIVEN BOLTON. F.R.A.S.

HAS THE EARTH BRUSHED BY A COMET’S TAIL? DRAWN BY SCRIVEN BOLTON. F.R.A.S.

17 September 1921 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
OBSERVATORY ON THE NIGHT OF AUGUST 8-9, APPARENTLY ENVELOPING THE EARTH

OBSERVATORY ON THE NIGHT OF AUGUST 8-9, APPARENTLY ENVELOPING THE EARTH

“It now appears practically certain,” writes Mr. Scriven Bolton, "that our earth passed through the tail of a hitherto unknown comet on the night of August 8-9. Shortly before sunset on the 7th ult., an object which astronomers regard a great new comet was discovered by a Wolver
17 September 1921 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
PERISCOPE AND LANTERN SCREEN APPLIED TO SURGICAL OPERATIONS: SURGEON AND LECTURER IN SEPARATE ROOMS. Drawn by V. R. S. Stott.

PERISCOPE AND LANTERN SCREEN APPLIED TO SURGICAL OPERATIONS: SURGEON AND LECTURER IN SEPARATE ROOMS. Drawn by V. R. S. Stott.

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17 September 1921 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England