Nakajima Takeshi coined the term “Bose of Nakamuraya” and called Rash Behari Bose a terrorist in his book
Toyama Mitsuru was the guardian of Rash Behari Bose. He was the one who protected Bose’s life. Without his protection, there would be no Rash Behari Bose, and hence no Indian Independence league and INA.
With a scornful insult, Indians of East Asia referred Rash Behari Bose as “Bose of Japan.” They resisted, schemed, and betrayed Bose’s Indian independence effort. They had a pride in staying on the side of the West. If not England, then it was Germany that they wanted to side with.
Indian Independence League was formed on Feb. 15, under the power and protection of Japanese military and government.
The connection between India and Japan does not begin and end in Buddhism. They never stopped being strongly connected even throughout the era of Western colonialism. Their extensive connection has been intentionally overlooked since the world history as we know it has been written and falsified by the West.
The present Indian Independence Day was different from the one that Indians declared in 1931. The flag is also different.
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