In 1946, as Independence was approaching, a group of sailors in a Navy establishment on Mumbai’s southern tip rose in revolt. The unrest soon spread to several other parts of the country. The uprising, argues Pramod Kapoor in his new book 1946: Last War of Independence, Royal Indian Navy Mutiny, wasn’t just a protest against service conditions and racism. It was a crucial event in the freedom struggle that hastened independence.
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