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The Sign of the Tiger Hardcover – 1 Feb 2002
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Rudolf Hartog was born in 1924 in Germany. He was an interpreter in the Indian Legion from 1944-45. After the war, he studied architecture and town planning and completed his doctoral dissertation on 'Town Extensions in the 19th Century', in 1960. The same year he was a visiting lecturer at Oxford College of Technology and ever since 1963 he has been a freelance architect and planner in Germany. He has great interest in all things Indian, especially in studying the ancient and modern towns in India.
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I would recommend this to all Netaji followers who wants the whole story of Azad Hind Fauj and its unsung Heroes. JAI HIND
India, would have been a very different country today if Subhas succeded in liberating India as per his philosophy & plans for an independent & united India.
Book's quality of paper & binding is very average. Doesn't give that nice feel of a classical book.
Delivery time & packing etc.were of acceptable standards.