Bengal Famine of 1943: the American response [by] M. S. Venkataramani.
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Nehru Memorial Museum and Library.
Famines -- India -- Bengal.
Food relief, American -- India -- Bengal.
India -- Famines -- 20th century.
x, 137 p. 23 cm.
"Issued under the auspices of Nehru Memorial Museum and Library."
Appendices (p. -137):--1. Text of a letter sent by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to the opening session of the United Nations Conference on Food and Agriculture, Hot Springs, Virginia, 18 March 1943.--2. Text of an address by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on the occasion of the signing of the agreement creating the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, November 1943.--3. India and UNRRA; excerpts from debates in the House of Representatives, 21 and 25 January 1944.--4. Text of a United Press report on the adoption of the Mundt Amendment by the U.S. Congress, based on an interview with J. J. Singh, President of the India League of America, March 1944.--5. Text of an appeal from representatives of America Relief for India, inc., to the President of the National War Fund.
Includes bibliographical references.
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