By Will Woodworth February 3, 2012
This thesis would bear only a slight resemblance to its current form if it were not
for the wonderful opportunity that I enjoyed in June 2011 to undertake primary source
research at a series of archives in London. For two weeks, I split my time between The
National Archives, which house records on Subhas Bose’s wartime activities, the sound
archive at the Imperial War Museum, which contains a number of oral history interviews
with those who knew Bose, and the British Library, which hosts the records of the British
colonial administration in India.