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LETTERS EXCHANGED BETWEEN BOSE AND NEHRU IN 1939
During the nineteen thirties, apart from Gandhiji, Jawaharlal Nehru and Subhas Chandra Bose were the leading lights of the Congress. Temperamentally they were like cheese and chalk. Subhas Bose wrote thirty nine page letter to Nehru. In some way Bose over did functioning of Nehru and was too personal. Nehru’s reply was restrained and more statesman like. Bose lacked Nehru’s element style. I HAVE BRIEFLY QUOTED FROM EACH LETTER...
K NATWAR SINGH The author is Former Minister of External Affairs of India