In February 1933, a seriously ill and emaciated prisoner was carried out of an ambulance on a stretcher and put on a ship setting sail from Bombay to Europe. When the same man boarded a KLM Flight in Calcutta for Europe in November 1937, he was President-elect of the Congress. This volume brings together the letters, writings and speeches from a fascinating period of mostly enforced European exile in the career of Subhas Chandra Bose. A wide array of topics are explored - imperialism, facism, communism, psychology, philosophy, spirituality, urban planning, travel, Gandhi, Ireland, love and more. In addition to over 200 previously unpublished letters, the volume includes such major political essays as 'The Anti-Imperialist Struggle and Samyavada', 'Europe - Today and Tomorrow', 'Japan's Role in the Far East' and 'The Pros and Cons of Office Acceptance'. It is essential reading for all those interested in national and international politics of the inter-war era. As of now, Volumes 1-6 of the Collected Works are available from the Netaji Research Bureau, Calcutta. Volumes 7-12 are being published and distributed by OUP India.Bose, Subhas Chandra is the author of 'Letters, Articles, Speeches and Statements 1933-1937' with ISBN 9780195635607 and ISBN 0195635604.