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Rt. Hon. Syed Ameer Ali, P.C., Judge of the Privy Council, c. 1910.
Rt. Hon. Syed Ameer Ali, P.C., Judge of the Privy Council, c. 1910.
Sir Wm. WedderLurn, Bart., c. 1910.
Sir Wm. WedderLurn, Bart., c. 1910.
Mr. Parsee Rustomjee ("Kakaji") the "Grand Old Passive Resister" of South Africa, c. 1910.
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Mr. Parsee Rustomjee ("Kakaji") the "Grand Old Passive Resister" of South Africa, c. 1910.
The Hon. Dadabhai Naoroji, whose heart has throughout been with the Passive Resisters, c. 1910.
The Hon. Dadabhai Naoroji, whose heart has throughout been with the Passive Resisters, c. 1910.
Sir Wm. Bull, M.P., Solicitor to the London Committee, c. 1910.
Sir Wm. Bull, M.P., Solicitor to the London Committee, c. 1910.
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Sir Chas. Bruce, G.C.M.G., a prominent member of the South Africa British Indian Committee, c. 1910.
Sir Chas. Bruce, G.C.M.G., a prominent member of the South Africa British Indian Committee, c. 1910.
Mr. Hajee Dawad Mahomed, President, Natal Indian Association, c. 1910.
Mr. Hajee Dawad Mahomed, President, Natal Indian Association, c. 1910.
Mr. Gokaldas P. Gandhi, who led a party of Passive Resisters from Tongaat district, c. 1910.
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Mr. Gokaldas P. Gandhi, who led a party of Passive Resisters from Tongaat district, c. 1910.
Senator W. P. Schreiner, who fought strenuously for justice to the Indian Community, c. 1910.
Senator W. P. Schreiner, who fought strenuously for justice to the Indian Community, c. 1910.
Mr. John X. Merriman, M.L.A., a consistent champion of fairplay to Indians, c. 1910.
Mr. John X. Merriman, M.L.A., a consistent champion of fairplay to Indians, c. 1910.
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Mr. Theo. L. Schreiner, M.L.A., an eloquent spokesman in the Assembly on behalf of Indians, c. 1910.
Mr. Theo. L. Schreiner, M.L.A., an eloquent spokesman in the Assembly on behalf of Indians, c. 1910.
Olive Schreiner, the celebrated author, whose sympathies were with the Passive Resisters, c. 1910.
Olive Schreiner, the celebrated author, whose sympathies were with the Passive Resisters, c. 1910.
Lady Chandayarkar, c. 1910.
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Lady Chandayarkar, c. 1910.
Mr. Jeewa Mahomed, who rendered valuable service to the Passive Resistance movement, c. 1910.
Mr. Jeewa Mahomed, who rendered valuable service to the Passive Resistance movement, c. 1910.
Mrs. D. M. Lazarus, of Newcastle, c. 1910.
Mrs. D. M. Lazarus, of Newcastle, c. 1910.
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Mr. Vali Peerbhai, who assisted at Volksrust and Charlestown during the strike, c. 1910.
Mr. Vali Peerbhai, who assisted at Volksrust and Charlestown during the strike, c. 1910.
Mr. A. M. Sadat, of Volksrust, who rendered great service during the strike, c. 1910.
Mr. A. M. Sadat, of Volksrust, who rendered great service during the strike, c. 1910.
Mr. Gabriel Isaac, a European who went to gaol at Pinetown, c. 1910.
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Mr. Gabriel Isaac, a European who went to gaol at Pinetown, c. 1910.
Mr. J. Dowell Ellis, Mayor of Johannesburg, c. 1910.
Mr. J. Dowell Ellis, Mayor of Johannesburg, c. 1910.
Mr. W. M. Vogl, a strenuous European sympathiser, c. 1910.
Mr. W. M. Vogl, a strenuous European sympathiser, c. 1910.
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Mr. F. Drummond P. Chaplin, M.L.A., the chief Opposition spokesman, c. 1910.
Mr. F. Drummond P. Chaplin, M.L.A., the chief Opposition spokesman, c. 1910.
Indian Commission of Inquiry, c. 1910.
Indian Commission of Inquiry, c. 1910.
Mr. Theo. Jooste, the genial Magistrate at Volkrust, c. 1910.
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Mr. Theo. Jooste, the genial Magistrate at Volkrust, c. 1910.
Mr. Patrick Duncan, C.M.G. M.I..A., c. 1910.
Mr. Patrick Duncan, C.M.G. M.I..A., c. 1910.
Mr. Morris Alexander, the Jewish, M.L.A. of the Castle division of Capetown, c. 1910.
Mr. Morris Alexander, the Jewish, M.L.A. of the Castle division of Capetown, c. 1910.
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Mrs. J. B. Petit, a prominent Indian lady sympathiser, c. 1910.
Mrs. J. B. Petit, a prominent Indian lady sympathiser, c. 1910.
Mr. J. B. Petit, c. 1910.
Mr. J. B. Petit, c. 1910.
Mr. K. Natarajan, Editor of the Indian Social Reform, c. 1910.
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Mr. K. Natarajan, Editor of the Indian Social Reform, c. 1910.
Mr. G. A. Natesan, c. 1910.
Mr. G. A. Natesan, c. 1910.
Mrs. Jamnabai N. Sakkai, president of the Gujarati Hindu Stri Mandal, c. 1910.
Mrs. Jamnabai N. Sakkai, president of the Gujarati Hindu Stri Mandal, c. 1910.
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Imam Abdool Cadir Bawazeer, who, as Chairman of the Hamidia Islamic Society, c. 1910.
Imam Abdool Cadir Bawazeer, who, as Chairman of the Hamidia Islamic Society, c. 1910.
Mr. L. W. Ritch, c. 1910.
Mr. L. W. Ritch, c. 1910.
Mr. Sorabji Shapurji, c. 1910.
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Mr. Sorabji Shapurji, c. 1910.
Mr. V. A. Chettiar, ex-Chairman of the Johannesburg Tamil Benefit Society, c. 1910.
Mr. V. A. Chettiar, ex-Chairman of the Johannesburg Tamil Benefit Society, c. 1910.
Ebrahim Aswat, a thorough-going Passive Resister, South Africa, c. 1910.
Ebrahim Aswat, a thorough-going Passive Resister, South Africa, c. 1910.
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Mr. S. B. Aledh, who holds the record for length of imprisonment, c. 1910.
Mr. S. B. Aledh, who holds the record for length of imprisonment, c. 1910.
Mr. Amod Moosa Bhyat, c. 1910.
Mr. Amod Moosa Bhyat, c. 1910.
Mr. Pragji K. Desai, a well-tried Passive Resister, South Africa, c. 1910.
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Mr. Pragji K. Desai, a well-tried Passive Resister, South Africa, c. 1910.
Mr. Bhikji, a Mahomedan Passive Resister, South Africa, c. 1910.
Mr. Bhikji, a Mahomedan Passive Resister, South Africa, c. 1910.
Mahomed Ebrahim Kunke, a stalwart Mahomedan Passive Resister, c. 1910.
Mahomed Ebrahim Kunke, a stalwart Mahomedan Passive Resister, c. 1910.
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Mr. Moosa Essackji, a well-known Passive Resister, South Africa, c. 1910.
Mr. Moosa Essackji, a well-known Passive Resister, South Africa, c. 1910.
Mr. R. M. Sodha, who took part in the early stages of the satyagraha struggle in South Africa, c. 1910.
Mr. R. M. Sodha, who took part in the early stages of the satyagraha struggle in South Africa, c. 1910.
Mr. U. M. Shelat, a well known Passive Resister in 1908, South Africa, c. 1910.
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Mr. U. M. Shelat, a well known Passive Resister in 1908, South Africa, c. 1910.
Mr. Budree Ahir, a staunch Hindustani Passive Resiaer, who suffered imprisonment in 1913, c. 1910.
Mr. Budree Ahir, a staunch Hindustani Passive Resiaer, who suffered imprisonment in 1913, c. 1910.
Mr. Hajee Hoosen Dawad, who, even on his death bed, was eager to suffer for the cause, c. 1910.
Mr. Hajee Hoosen Dawad, who, even on his death bed, was eager to suffer for the cause, c. 1910.
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Hanifa Bibi (Mrs. Shaikh Mehtab's Mother), c. 1910.
Hanifa Bibi (Mrs. Shaikh Mehtab's Mother), c. 1910.
Miss Valiamina Moonsamy and others spent three months in gaol in South Africa, c. 1910.
Miss Valiamina Moonsamy and others spent three months in gaol in South Africa, c. 1910.
The 60 Indians deported to India by the Transavaal Government.
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The 60 Indians deported to India by the Transavaal Government.
Mrs. Sivprasad, Miss Minnatjee and Mrs. Somar, who went to gaol for the cause, c. 1910.
Mrs. Sivprasad, Miss Minnatjee and Mrs. Somar, who went to gaol for the cause, c. 1910.
South African Deportees at Madras, c. 1910.
South African Deportees at Madras, c. 1910.
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