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Soulmates  -   The Story of Mahatma Gandhi and Hermann Kallenbach
Soulmates - The Story of Mahatma Gandhi and Hermann Kallenbach

Soulmates - The Story of Mahatma Gandhi and Hermann Kallenbach

by Shimon Lev

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English

Publisher

Orient BlackSwan

ISBN

9788125046998 - Year: 2012 - Pages: 204

Binding

Hardcover

Shimon Lev
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Author: Shimon Lev
Publisher: Orient BlackSwan
Year: 2012
Language: English
Pages: 204
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788125046998

Description

Over six decades after his death, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi continues to play a role in inspiring the lives, thought and philosophy of nations and their leaders. The few relatively unexplored gaps that remain in research into his life largely concern his personal life, comradeship and friendships—among them, his close association with Hermann Kallenbach, the German-Jewish architect with whom the Mahatma developed an enigmatic friendship in South Africa, which stayed with him for the rest of his life.Soulmates: The Story of Mahatma Gandhi and Hermann Kallenbach is the first full-length, comprehensive study of this unique relationship. The account of the strands linking these two remarkable lives is a valuable addition to Gandhi Studies. This volume will inform and fascinate a readership well beyond academic or professional interests.

Contents

ContentsList of Photographs Acknowledgements Introduction Background Gandhi and Kallenbach Jews and Indians in South Africa From Russ to Johannesburg: Kallenbach’s Migration to South Africa 1. Gandhi and Kallenbach’s Meeting 2. The Upper House and the Lower House 3. Tolstoy Farm 4. ‘The people you want to serve may be your death-traps’5. ‘The remedy lies not in Palestine’ 6. Kallenbach’s Role in the Third Wave of the Satyagraha7. World War I—Gandhi and Kallenbach Part 8. Between Gandhi and Zion 9. ‘The Jews’ Conclusion Photo Gallery BibliographyIndex

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