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Give Me Blood! I Promise You Freedom!!
Friends! Twelve months ago a new programme of 'total mobilisation' or 'maximum sacrifice' was placed before Indians in East Asia. Today I shall give you an account of our achievements during the past year and shall place before you our demands for the coming year.
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Price of Liberty
Our motherland is seeking liberty. She can no more live without liberty. But liberty demands sacrifice at its altar. Liberty demands the unstinted sacrifice of your strength, your wealth, all that you value, all that you possess.
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Why INA Withdrew
We started the operations too late. The monsoon was disadvantageous to us. Our roads were submerged. River traffic had to be against the current. Against this, the enemy had first-class roads.'
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Call for Revolt
Men of the Indian Army! You are all my brothers. You must realise that Burma is free and that the flag of free Burma flies over the former residence of the British Governor.
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Return of the Andamans
For Indians the return of the Andamans represents the first territory to be liberated from the British yoke. By the acquisition of this territory, the Provisional Government has now become a national entity in fact as well as in name.
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A Word to the Rich
Look at those who have volunteered to join the Indian national army and who are now getting the necessary training. They do not know how many of them will live to see India free.
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War Declared
The Provisional Government of India has made a careful survey of the conditions if India and the world and decided in Shonan at midnight that the time is ripe to declare war upon the enemy.
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The Call
Friends! Countrymen! Today I have the privilege of sending you my heartiest greetings from the soil of independent Burma. Let the example of liberated Burma inspire us all to commence our last attack on British imperialism.
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To Delhi, To Delhi!
Soldiers of India's Army of Liberation! Today is the proudest day of my life. Today it has pleased Providence to give me the unique privilege, and honour, of announcing to the whole world that India's Army of Liberation has come into being.
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Treachery
Comrades, as you know, the positive achievements of the officers and men of the Azad Hind Fauj last year on the field of battle and the victories that they scored over the enemy through their patriotism, bravery and self-sacrifice, were marred to some extent by the cowardice and treachery of a few officers and men.
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Deny all help to Britain
At this stage of our struggle for the complete freedom of India, no power on earth can prevent me from arriving in your midst. All Indians should take advantage of the present trend of world events to achieve their objective.
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The Pledge of the INA
Brave Soldiers! Today you have taken an oath that you will fight the enemy till the last breath of your life, under the national tricolour. From today, you are the soldiers of the Indian National Army of Free India. You have volunteered to shoulder the responsibility of 40 crore Indians. From today, your mind, might and money belong to the Indian nation.
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This War and Its Significance
Countrymen and friends! I want to deal, in the first place, with the meaning of this war, and the historical facts lying behind it. Well, this war is a clash between the forces that want to maintain status quo in the world and the new forces that are determined to destroy it in order to usher in a new order. The former includes the Anglo-American imperialistic powers that have been masquerading under the cloak of freedom and democracy.
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