THE DEVELOPMENT OF INDIAN POLITICAL MOVEMENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1924-1946
D. Phil Thesis, University of Sussex, July 1972
INTRO | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | ABBR. | BIOS | SAIC CONSTITUTION | CAPE TOWN AGREEMENT | MANIFESTOES | BIBLIOGRAPHY
CHAPTER I: The Establishment of the Indian Community: The Beginnings of Protest, 1860- 1923
Early years of Indian Settlement
Formation of the S.A.I.C. and the First Three Conferences
CHAPTER II: Malan's Bill and the Cape Town Agreement: The Politics of Accommodation, 1924-1927
The Indian Reaction to Segregation
Negotiations between the Indian and South African Governments
Reactions to the Cape Town Agreement
CHAPTER III: The Aftermath of the Cape Town Agreement: The Politics of Dissension, 1927-1936
The Cape Town Agreement in Practice
Pressures and Responses in the Transvaal, 1930-1936
Pressures and Responses in Natal, 1932-1936
CHAPTER IV: The Struggle for Power: The Triumph of the Radicals, 1939-1946
The Emergence of the Radicals in the Transvaal
Convulsions in Natal - The Resuscitation of the NIC (Founded by Mahatma Gandhi)
The Role of the Agent-Generals
3. The South African Communist Party
1. Indian Leaders in South Africa
2. Representatives of the Government of India in South Africa, 1927-1946
Sastri, Rt. Hon. V.S. Srinivasa, P.C., 1927 - 1929.
Venkata Reddi Naidu, Sir Kurma, RajBahadur, 1929 -1932.
Singh, Rajah Sir Maharaj, 1932 -1935.
Raza Ali, Sir Syed, 1935 - 1938.
Rau, Sir Benegal Rama, 1938 - 1941.
Khan, Sir Shafa'at Ahmad, 1941 - 1944.
Deshmukh, Ramrao Madhaurao, 1945 -1946.
CONSTITUTION OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN INDIAN CONGRESS
Open Letter to the Indian Community (Anti-Segregation Council)
Leaflet of the Congress Election Committee
Anti-Segregation Council's reply to Congress Election Committee's leaflet