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comment Was it impossible for the Germans to arrange a plane to East Asia for Subhas Bose?
@jwenting Then how did the diplomatic staff of the Allied powers travel?
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comment Did Hitler really support Subhash Chandra Bose's cause and did he do anything to help Bose?
Thank you for giving a German perspective. It is true that Bose was allotted a generous amount of money. After all, for much of the time, members of the Indian Legion were paid from his personal allowance. Since you have read something on this, I am asking a related question (on Bose's submarine journey), and I would be grateful if you could answer.
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comment Did Hitler really support Subhash Chandra Bose's cause and did he do anything to help Bose?
@Anixx I guess the definition of a "puppet state" differs among people, but very few believed then that France, if liberated with the help of de Gaulle, would be ruled by the British or Americans. That is what I meant by saying that it was not a puppet state.
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comment Did Hitler really support Subhash Chandra Bose's cause and did he do anything to help Bose?
@FelixGoldberg Glad that you agree with my stance. But I would beg you to note that neither the Indian National Army nor the provisional government was a puppet of any country. Calling Bose the leader of a puppet state would be similar, in my humble opinion, to calling someone like Charles de Gaulle a puppet.
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comment What was Gandhi's post-factum view of the Partition?
@FelixGoldberg Please check my update.
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