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Janayuddha (Calcutta, 249 Bowbazar Street, 1944-1945)

This periodical was an official organ of the Communist Party of India, publishing political writings in Bangla. It was in circulation at the time of the infamous famine of Bengal of 1943. Day to day reports of the famine were published in this periodical. The sluggish response of the British Government of India to the famine was exposed by the party workers. Janayuddha is also important for understanding the impact of the war in Bengal and the activities of the Communist Party. The early days of the Tebhaga Movement are also recorded here.

Editor

  • Bankim Mukherji

Custodian of microfilm copies:

Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, Kolkata, W.B., India

  • Vol. 1 [April, 1942] - Vol. 3 [March, 1944]

Custodian of paper copies:

Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, Kolkata, W.B., India

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