- Love in the Time of War
- Bose had met Emilie Schenkl in Vienna in 1934, while in exile from India. He was . had undergone a transformation since he met Emilie Schenkl.
- oracle 2011.FH9
- Netaji Research Bureau celebrated the birth centenary of Emilie Schenkl and the 80th birthday of Prof. Krishna Bose,.
- ORACLE 10 PDF.FH9
- INDIA-UNITED STATES RELATIONS. Ronen Sen. 19.
- Gewalt in Indien
- Bose - der 1937 in Badgastein die Österreicherin Emilie Schenkl heiratete - war u.a.
- Mixing Hindu tea and Muslim tea, half and half
- In distant Vienna, late that month, Netaji's wife Emilie Schenkl heard of her husband's tragic end on the radio as she sat in the kitchen with her mother and sister.
- Netaji: the man behind the legend
- “If fate should thus separate us in this life — I shall long for you in my next life,” Netaji wrote to Emilie Schenkl in the spring of 1936 before he left Europe for India.
- Review: His Majesty's Opponent
- His love for Emilie Schenkl, his loyalty to Das, his proximity and yet distance from Nehru, and his complex equation with Gandhi: the biographer doesn't put a foot wrong. The final chapter ('A life immortal') is particularly moving.
- Emilie knew Subhas was alive - Hindustan Times
- Mrs.Emilie Schenkl-Bose, wife of Subhas Chandra Bose and my great-aunt had told me in January 1973 that Mr.
- Amardeep Singh: Shyam Benegal's Netaji
- May 18, 2005 Emilie Schenkl claimed that she had married Bose in 1937, in a secret ceremony in Vienna.
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